The conditional movement control order (CMCO) is currently underway. Still, there have been quite a number of famous figures who have come under fire for allegedly violating the rules over the past few days.
For those wondering, these celebs found themselves facing tons of backlash from fans and netizens all over the internet after they were found travelling interstate. In this case, many of them were bummed out due to the fact that others are still unable to return to their hometowns to reunite with their loved ones.
Check out what these local celebs have gotten into this week!
1. Alicia Amin
Fashion model Alicia Amin found herself in a sticky situation after several netizens questioned about her travelling all the way to Sabah in this current situation. Refusing to stay mum about the matter, the “Meh Sandar Pada Aku” actress later clarified that she flew to the Land Below the Wind “with work permit”. She further explained that she had complied to all the SOPs and provided all the documentation needed.
2-3. Risteena Munim & Isa Khan
The celebrity couple – who recently got married earlier on 12th March – has been accused of flouting the SOPs after they posted photos of their honeymoon trip in Semporna, Sabah on their Instagram accounts. After facing massive backlash from keyboard warriors, the “Playboy Itu Suami Aku” actress quickly shut down the false claims and explained that they travelled to the state over business affairs and they also have obtained a permit from the authorities to travel interstate.
4-5. “Instafamous” Datin Inaz & Husband, Rique
Last but not least, the couple became a hot topic of conversation online since late last week. It all started after the IG user, @datininaz, dished on how to manoeuvre the travel interstate rule by using their honeymoon as an excuse. The married duo were later called by the police to testify on the case.
After the police found that there were “doubts” based on the statements provided by the two individuals, it was reported that both the woman and her husband will be subject up to a RM10k compound for giving false statements regarding the incident.