07 Aug '11, 8am

Boss of controversial dating websites a PSC bond-breaker: The Singapore-born boss of several controversial US da...

Boss of controversial dating websites a PSC bond-breaker: The Singapore-born boss of several controversial US da...

The Singapore-born boss of several controversial US dating websites was a Public Service Commission (PSC) scholarship bond-breaker, reported the Straits Times today. A PSC Secretariat spokesman confirmed that Mr Brandon Wey, 41, broke his scholarship contractual obligations when he never returned from the United States. Wey, currently living in Las Vegas, was awarded an Overseas Merit Scholarship to Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), to read physics. To settle the matter, his parents had to pay about $300,000 in liquidated damages. Not only did he break his bond, Mr Wey may also have broken the law here for evading national service (NS). Then 19, Mr Wey had been granted a deferment to study after serving nine months of NS, but never came back to serve the rest of his stint. Asked why he chose not to return, Mr Wey - an alumnus of St Andrew's Secondary School and ...

Full article: http://www.asiaone.com/News/AsiaOne%2BNews/Singapore/Stor...

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straitstimes.com 06 Aug '11, 11pm

Mr Wey, seen here with his girlfriend, is behind websites criticised for being a thin disguise for the sex trade. -- PHOTO...