Malaysian actress Bella Dally is clearing the air about reports on her disobeying the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO).
Earlier today (Wednesday, 21st October), it came to our attention that Bella was detained last night after she was caught cycling all the way to Genting Sempah in Bentong, Pahang last weekend. She later took to her Instagram page to formally address the controversy.
Bella shared, “Last Sunday (18th October) my friend and I travelled to the Gombak district in Selangor, near the Sungai Tua Recreational Forest which is close to the border between the states of Selangor and Pahang. A photo was uploaded on my Instagram account, with the caption, ‘Woohoo Genting Sempah with…’.”
For those wondering, the post is no longer available on the “Adellea Sofea” actress’ page.
“This caused so much confusion; people claimed that I’ve crossed these two states and violated the CMCO. I take note of all the confusion that had occurred, but I feel the need to clarify that we were still in Selangor and we didn’t even cross the state,” she further stated.
“If I was at the state border, for sure there would be signboards that signifies the border lines between Selangor and Pahang for our reference. Anyway, I’ve already learnt from what happened and apologised over the confusion that sparked due to my post on Instagram the other day,” she explained.
“Hopefully, my explanation will clear the air on the confusion and I’ll leave the authorities to carry out the investigation. Once again, I apologise, and let us all together do our best in breaking the Covid-19 chain. I pray that all of us will always be safe,” Bella concluded her statement.
Read her full post here: