Ng Boon Gay with his wife Ng Yen Yen
23 November 2012. District Judge Siva Shanmugam allowed the prosecutions application to impeach the evidence of former Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) chief Ng Boon Gay. This means that the judge will have to decide which part of Ng’s evidence will be taken into consideration. The prosecution charged that Ng fabricated the evidence that Ms Cecilia Sue never asked for a break up. The prosecution said that Ng was lying when he said Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) Deputy Director Teng Khee Fatt pressured him into pleading guilty. Ng denying this said that Mr Teng not only used plea bargaining tactics but also threatened to drag everyone through the mud. Ng denied getting sexual favours from Ms Sue, knowing she was under the impression that he could make or break her business deals CNB. When asked by DPP Tan why he did not try to put Ms Sue’s mind at ease if he truly cared for her, Ng said that he was grieving over the death of his mother. DPP Tan charged that Ng did not have sexual intimacies with Ms Sue after the end of 2010. Ng said they continued their sexual intimacies until December 2011.