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Comedian returns cars, avoids arrest

Comedian returns cars, avoids arrest

Phnom Penh Municipal Court deputy prosecutor Kry Sok Y decided yesterday to delay issuing an arrest warrant for comedian Chuon Chan Ratana, also known as “Neang Kaay”, after she returned two out of five luxury cars she is accused of losing. Phnom Penh Koam businessman Chanmony, who has accused her of fraud, had asked the court to delay the warrant after two of the cars were returned yesterday. The comedian claimed she would return the remaining three this week, the businessman said. Chuon Chan Ratana could not be reached for comment.

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