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Singapore – Dismissal order against accused man abused a two-month-old baby who died after being found with a skull fracture, It was lifted Monday after the infant died.

Peh Wei Jian, 31, allegedly slapped Zabelle Peh Yu Xuan in his flat at Block 363 Sembawang Crescent around 1:30 am on January 5.

The court has heard he faces new charges, but details have not been released.

In 2018, Bae married Sim Liang Shu, who was accused of murdering a baby on January 8.

Sim, 29, was initially accused of seriously injuring Zabel by forcing her to fall onto a cot in another unit of the same apartment building between 9pm and 10pm that day, causing a skull fracture. it was done.

The assault charge was upgraded to murder last Friday. After infant death.

Court documents do not reveal when the baby died. They also didn’t say how the pair would relate to their children.

Bae, who plans to hire a lawyer, will be charged under the Children and Youths Act and will be remanded to the Central Police Station.

His case will be heard again on February 13th.

If convicted, offenders can face up to eight years in prison and fines of up to $8,000.

Shim was also remanded to Central Police Station and her case was postponed to February 10th.

Criminals convicted of murder can be sentenced to death or be flogged for life.

Women cannot be flogged. Gag order lifted for man charged with abusing baby who died after skull fracture

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