Malaysian actress Bella Dally issued an apology for the confusion over cross-state allegations and seemingly disobeying the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) which is currently being implemented in three zones involving the Federal Territories, Selangor and Putrajaya.
Yesterday, Bella—or her real name, Nabilah Ali Dally—was arrested to assist in the investigation into her cycling to Genting Sempah, Bentong, Pahang, last Sunday. The 29-years-old actress was arrested after she uploaded her photos via Instagram (IG) showing her cycling activity with her friends.
In a statement, the Adellea Sofea star explained “I have testified and fully cooperated with the Gombak District Police Headquarters [..] My friend and I did a cycling leisure activity around Gombak, near the Sungai Tua Recreational Forest which is near the border between Selangor and Pahang, last Sunday.
She further explained that they were just stopping by the border but did not fully cross it. “Of course there are signs and border lines between Selangor and Pahang for reference if I cross the state. Anyway, I take a lesson from what happened and apologize for the confusion that arose due to the photos I uploaded on IG.’’
She ended her statement with “I hope this explanation can unravel the misunderstanding that caused me to be hit hard. I leave it to the police to complete the investigation,” she said. Well, it’s time for us to really #DudukRumah *shrugs*