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Her identity was outed months ago as one of the women allegedly linked to a sex-for-contracts corruption case. But Ms Cecilia Sue Siew Nang has not left her current job.
Described by friends as tall and vivacious, the 36-year-old is still a senior sales manager at technology firm Oracle Corporation Singapore, where she began working around November last year.
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Sources close to her said she did not see any reason to leave as she felt she had done no wrong.
'She is doing fine and considering her options,' said a close friend who has kept in touch with her since news of the case broke early this year.
Ms Sue has been implicated in the probe involving the former top gun of the Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB), Ng Boon Gay, 46.
The court heard on Tuesday that Ng allegedly obtained sexual favours from her on four occasions in return for his help to 'further the business interest' of her bosses.
During the first two instances between last June and November, she was a sales manager at technology firm Hitachi Data Systems (HDS). The two incidents in December are believed to have taken place after she moved to Oracle.
It is believed Oracle had no IT-related dealings with the CNB during Ng's tenure as head of the bureau between February last year and his suspension on Jan 25.
HDS is said to be a sub-contractor in CNB's IT tenders, though it was not directly awarded any contracts by the anti-drug agency.
Although the charge sheets stated that the alleged trysts between Ms Sue and Ng, who are both married, took place over a period of six months, the two are said to have been close since 2009.
Former Singapore Civil Defence Force head Peter Lim, who was charged with 10 counts of corruption last Wednesday, is also said to be an acquaintance.
Ms Sue has been married for 13 years to a businessman who is a director of five companies here. Educated at a local polytechnic and an Australian university, she has a one-year-old child and lives in a condominium in central Singapore.