Jackie Lee found alive after eleven years!!!
Disappeared in 1995
Re-appeared July 2005!!!
Father of the Bride, Heir, Lover,
and (for 11 years) a Missing Person
Jackie Lee dies in Singapore on or about June 12, 2015
His former wife, Maybelle, had him cremated and threw away his ashes
denying his wishes to be buried with his son. She claims, as a
Jehovah's Witness that the remains of a person are not important.
The Decline, Fall, and Return of Jackie Lee
grandson of Tiger Balm King,
Aw Boon Par
Sold 69 Holland Road residence for $5 million
and disappeared for 11 years with another woman.
He has now returned to Singapore, and lives in public housing.
He has also lost one leg to diabetes.
The timeline of Jackie Lee's disappearance...
- A missing persons report for Jackie Lee (aka Lee Teng Jin) #CD/961222/68D, was filed with the Singapore Police (officer David Wong) on December 12, 1996.
- We later informed Ng Boon Gay of the Singapore Police that Henry Ang (I/C S1474466E), told us that his business partner, Chung Sue Sian disappeared at the same time as Jackie Lee.
- Chung Sue Sian, Jackie Lee's girlfriend owns or owned a flat at 230 Lor 8 Toa Payoh #06-175, Singapore.
- According to the Singapore Police, Jackie and his girlfriend fled to Kuala Lumpur.
- March 2002, Jackie Lee's lawyer wrote us: "I do not intend to alarm your wife but I must say that LTJ's sudden disappearance also seems a mystery to me."
- 9 July 9, 2005, Jackie Lee reappears in Singapore!!!
- November 2, 2005 Jackie Lee in Singapore Family Court (case MSS 1002/95) to face his ex-wife, Mabel!
- Jan 6, 2006, Lee Teng Jin's bankruptcy annulled by his making a deal with his former wife, Mabel. (PDF Document).
- Jackie Lee Teng Jin took his former
girlfriend Chung Sue Sian to court over money. He is represented by Irving Choh of Rajah & Tann. Irving Choh was formerly with the defunct law firm, Chong Yeo & Partners.
The hearing was scheduled for Thursday, 28th December 2006 at 10:00am. Chung Sue Sian is not represented by a lawyer -- in fact, there is no indication that she has even been located. Is Jackie Lee being taken for money by Irving Choh to sue a missing person?
Irving Choh is not known for choosing the best clients. He is also defending Benjamin Koh, who advocated desecrating Islam's holy site of Mecca. An invitation to Al Qaeda to visit Singapore?
Jackie Lee was born into wealth, grandson of Aw Boon Par, one of two brothers known as "The Tiger Balm Kings." He was raised in luxury in the family beach compound on Pasir Panjang Road in Singapore.
& Shaw Vee King
Spoiled, indulgent, calculating, but entertaining, he is one of the principal characters in Escape from Paradise.
The Good Times!
Top Row: Jackie Lee, unknown, Datin Lee, the "White Monkey"
Bottom: Lee May Chu, OCBC Chairman Tan Chin Tuan, Mabel Lee. Chinese New Year 1991
He mysteriously disappeared in 1995 with a ladyfriend named Chung Sue Sian. For eleven long years, not even the Singapore Police could find him.
The Great Times!
Haw Par Villa, the house of Jackie Lee's grandfather, Tiger Balm King, Aw Boon Par
From Escape from Paradise:
As a carryover from Pasir Panjang, my grandparents continued to pay all expenses for my parents, and for Uncle Jimmy. This included utilities, servants, drivers, everything, and jobs at Kong Kong’s bank. Poor fellows, how else could my father and Uncle Jimmy get a decent job without university degrees? Even in those days, education was important in Singapore.
He took pleasure in pronouncing his new motto in life, “One wife and a million sweethearts.”Just about everyone knew about my father, and his apartment on River Valley Road. They knew about the madam, or mama-san, who would call him at the office, to tell him of new girls, so he could pile his friends into his car to go sample the latest arrivals for lunch.
My brother Sam, being a boy, should have fared better, but he didn’t. Sam wasn’t my father’s type, and Hell was about to break loose for my brother.
It was, as writers might say, that quiet time at afternoon’s end, when the tropical sun begins to fade sending yellow shafts of dimming light through the green vines clinging to my window, drawing fleeting shadows on the far wall of my bedroom.
All of a sudden, there was a ruckus coming from my father’s room! Sam and my father were fighting! Sam was only fifteen, and slender, as a growing boy his age would naturally beno match for a two hundred and fifty pound thug. It was one of the most horrible sights I could ever see.
Surprisingly, my mother stepped in and broke up the fight, apparently there were still some maternal instinct left.
The fight was over, but my father was not through with Sam. Screaming at the top of his lungs, he threw Sam out of the house, shouting one final word“Epileptic!”
I thought that later, or the next day, Sam would return home, and that everything would be forgotten.
This did not happen.
Note: Later, Sam committed suicide.
Jackie Lee, the Fugitive
From the front gate of Jackie's 69 Holland Road residence
He recently resolved the matter in October 2005