Kuala Lumpur, August 7 (ANI): A Malaysian woman has accused her former boyfriend of creating a Facebook page with her mobile number and stating that she offers sex services.
June Boon Miew Hui, 30, said the incident took place after her boyfriend, who is eight years younger than her, decided to end their relationship after a month.
She claimed she had received more than 100 SMSes and calls from Facebook users since July 28 asking her for sex services.
"I've been harassed by messages and calls, even in the middle of the night, from men asking suggestive questions and what kind of services I specialise in," the Star Online quoted her as saying during a press conference organised by Johor MCA public complaints bureau chief Chia Song Cheng.
She said she met the 22-year-old man, who works as a plastic injection moulder, through a social networking site and they immediately began dating in May.
Boon, a factory operator, said everything went well until a month later when she received a text message from her boyfriend saying that he wanted to end their relationship.
She added that she wanted to find out what had gone wrong and contacted him via SMS and Facebook, saying he had toyed with her feelings.
"He then replied with texts warning me to be careful, your phone number is going to be famous' and a lot of people are going to come and look for you'," she added.
"I want to come clean and clarify that I am not a prostitute nor am I offering any kind of sex services as portrayed by the Facebook page and I urge the public to stop bothering me."
Chia said he contacted Boon's ex-boyfriend who admitted to sending the messages but denied setting up the FB page. (ANI)