Days After Bella Astillah Gives Birth Alone, Aliff Aziz Pleads Guilty To Theft & Disorderly Conduct
Singaporean celebrity actor and singer, Aliff Aziz, has pleaded guilty for stealing from an Indonesian celebrity and for rowdy behaviour while intoxicated not long after. Following his very public episodes of alcoholism, shouting, physical scuffles and alleged affairs with actresses, one of Aziz’s lawyers (Murali Pillai of Rajah & Tann) informed the court that the 29-year-old actor had been diagnosed with a psychiatric condition by Raffles Hospital. However, no details were given as to what the said condition is.
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The scandal-ridden “Sayang Sayang” singer was initially charged with stealing from Indonesian actress Raja Yunika Perdhana Putri in early June last year. During a meeting between the two, the fellow celebrities discussed the ways in which Aziz could further his career in Indonesia. While she was resting, Aziz is said to have gone through her handbag, pocketing S$300 (RM917) and one million Indonesian rupiah (RM287) before leaving the room. While Aziz initially denied Yunika’s accusations, he later reportedly admitted to needing the money for food and transportation. This wasn’t Aziz’s first nor last time stealing. In 2014, he was fined S$2,000 (RM6,100) for stealing two mobile phones and is to be tried in September this year for a separate incident where he was caught stealing a pack of cigarettes and a lighter from a man at Starbucks.
As of yet, Aziz has been released on a bail of S$5,000 (RM15,000).
Just last week, Aliff Aziz’s wife, Malaysian singer and actress Bella Astillah gave birth to the couples second child. Due to the current travel ban, Aziz was unable to be by her side when Astillah gave birth to their daughter. However, the 26-year-old “Tenang” powerhouse was quick to defend her husband in his absence, stating:
Aliff contacts me daily, without fail, to say hello to me and our son. With how busy work is, I don’t have time to dwell on my emotions. After all, I am not alone, my mother, father and siblings are always with me. So, I am not lonely or sad to have to go through the process of pregnancy and childbirth without a husband by my side. I am an adult, there is no time to think about such things. Instead, I try to stay calm down and patient with what is happening,”
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Alhamdulillah for another priceless blessing from you O Allah. Thank you Mummy @bellaastillah for going through the journey of bringing this beautiful girl out to the world. Welcome to the world princess. Daddy can't wait to see you. ❤️ @araadreanna #DaddysPrincess #AraAdreanna
This follows a public uproar over Astillah’s decision to get back with Aziz, who was caught cheating on Astilla with multiple women and on multiple occasions. Fans heavily criticized Astillah for wanting to continue being with him as well as for accepting a man who had proven to be disloyal to her. The couple, who got married in 2016, was initially going through a divorce in 2019 before reconciling earlier this year. During this time, Aziz was caught on camera shouting at members of the public, gesturing at them and kicking a taxi before getting into a fight with an acquaintance. For this, Aziz could face up to six months of jail time, a fine of up to S$2,000 (RM6,000) or both. Astillah has stood by the father of her two children, sharing,
I’ve made my choice for my child to have both parents and parents who are willing to try and fix each other’s mistakes. It’s easy for people to judge, but only me and my family know the backstory. And it’s enough. The man (Aliff Aziz) is not perfect’’
Here’s to hoping the couple can move forward and focus on their family.