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This is the moment a high-profile lawyer goes on a woman-beating rampage in the middle of the office as he repeatedly slaps a female worker before shoving another lass to the floor.
The startling incident was recorded by a CCTV camera at Samuel Seow Law Corporation’s offices in the city-state of Singapore in south-eastern Asia.
In the video, entertainment lawyer Samuel Seow, 46, can be seen violently shoving a young worker in the office backwards.
The worker, who has not been named in reports, manages to stay on her feet as she stumbles backwards but Seow then marches towards her and begins grappling with the woman as a male colleague tries to hold him back.
Seow then pushes his male colleague away and slaps the woman in the face. When she defends herself he repeatedly slaps her forcefully in the face.
A group of female workers then walk into the office and one of them walks over to Seow to stop him from hurting her colleague.
However, Seow then shoves the woman he was slapping to the floor and can be seen being held back as he goes after the woman.
He is eventually stopped but he can later be seen arguing with another female worker who he shoves to the floor and stands over as he shouts at her.
They continue arguing and at the end of the clip Seow can be seen slapping another woman in the face and then pushing her as they are alone in the office.
The scenes were recorded in April 2018 but have just been leaked to the public in local media.
Seow confirmed there had been an “issue in his office last year” and said he would “leave the police to reach their findings”.
He did not say what had caused the incident but claimed the people involved have “made peace” and want it to be behind them.
It is unclear if the police investigation into the incident is ongoing or not.
Seow is the managing director of Samuel Seow Law Corporation and the owner of the Beam Artistes management firm. He has represented several celebrities including popular Singaporean singer Tanya Chua, according to reports.
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