The disappearance of an Irish teen girl named Nora Quoirin in Malaysia rocked the nation back in August last year.

In case you missed it, the special needs child went missing at the Dusun resort in Seremban, Negeri Sembilan, before she was sadly found dead 10 days later.

Source: BBC

Flash-forward to 2020, it has been reported that Nora’s parents have decided to bring the case involving their deceased daughter to the court. According to The Star, both Meabh and Sebastian Quoirin have filed for a civil suit against the resort. They claimed that the owner, Helen Marion Todd had “failed to keep the premise safe and secure.”


The news portal further added that the suit was filed at the Seremban Sessions Court through the family’s representative lawyer, Sankara Nair. The first mention of the case will be held on 21st January (Tuesday).

Source: NST

Not only that, it was further reported that the plaintiffs (Nora’s parents) are claiming a special sum of RM152,707.90, in addition to the general court-sanctioned sum of RM30,000, much to the dissatisfaction of local netizens.

In this case, some of them have slammed the couple and started to point their fingers at both Meabh and Sebastian for being irresponsible parents to Nora. They also suggested that the resort should just counter-sue them back.

Feel free to read some of their comments here:

Whose side are you on – Nora’s parents or the cybernauts?

Source: The Star.

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