Imposter allegedly poses as Fly Entertainment agent, offers opportunities for 'physical intimacy'

Local celebrity Irene Ang took to social media on Monday (April 23) to warn the public about an imposter claiming to be an agent from Fly Entertainment. 

Fly Entertainment, a talent management company, was founded by Ms Ang in 1999, who serves as its chief executive officer (CEO).

According to Ms Ang, the imposter identified herself as ‘Janet’ had allegedly sought to introduce work and sponsorship opportunities to some female talents managed by Fly Entertainment, in exchange for ‘physical intimacy’. 

Ms Ang came to know about the incident after some artistes told her about it later. 

Fly Entertainment also placed up an official warning on its Instagram account on Monday, declaring that Janet was not an employee, and was in no way affiliated with the company. 

Read the statement:


⬆️⬆️ BEWARE ⬆️⬆️

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Ms Ang told Shin Min Daily News that Janet first appeared around four years ago, and had targeted several of Fly Entertainment’s female models.

Through Facebook, Janet tried to recruit the models for ‘touchy auditions’, in which they would have to pose for clients in sexy outfits and sign confidentiality forms. 

Ms Ang said that back then, she reported the case to the police but did not pursue legal action as no one was duped. 

She did not expect Janet to surface again four years later, and once again, target artistes under the company. 

She said:

“When a female artiste told Janet that she was uncomfortable with physical intimacy, Janet backed off immediately.”

Ms Ang added that she was attempting to convince the girls who have been targeted to accompany her to a police station and lodge a report this coming Friday.

She added:

“Janet’s Facebook account is possibly fake, and Janet herself may even be a man. 

“Fortunately, no one was deceived.”