Court adjourns murder case involving Abby Choi’s former mother-in-law, Jenny Li, for alleged obstruction of justice, to 6th June

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Jenny Li Sui-heung (insert picture). Background picture: Abby Choi.

11th April 2024 – (Hong Kong) Socialite Abby Choi, has found herself entangled in a gruesome murder case involving her former husband, Alex Kwong and his family. A total of six individuals have been arrested and charged in connection with the crime. Alex Kwong, along with his former father-in-law, the former brother-in-law, and the former mother-in-law, Jenny Li Sui-heung, face charges of murder. The former mother-in-law, Jenny Li Sui-heung, has additionally been accused of tampering with evidence and obstructing the course of justice. The remaining two individuals are suspected of assisting Alex Kwong in his escape and are charged with aiding and abetting a fugitive.

The case involving the former mother-in-law, Jenny Li Sui-heung, was recently transferred to a district court for trial. Today, the case was brought before the court for further proceedings. The defence team requested a postponement of the case until June 6th to allow for the provision of legal advice and to prepare a comprehensive defence. The defence anticipates that during the next hearing, they will be able to present their arguments. The judge ultimately approved the adjournment, and the defendant was remanded in custody as no bail application was made.

Jenny Li Sui-heung, the former mother-in-law, who is a retired individual at the age of 63, is accused of obstructing and impeding the investigation and arrest of Alex Kwong by the Hong Kong Police Force on February 22nd and 23rd, 2023. Her actions are alleged to have included pressuring Alex Kwong to leave the location under investigation, providing false or misleading information to the Hong Kong Police Force, advising Zhang Yanhua not to provide information to the authorities, and providing false or misleading information to the Hong Kong Police Force.

In addition to Jenny Li Sui-heung, the defendants in this case include Anthony Kwong, the deceased’s former brother-in-law who was her former driver, Kwong Kau, the deceased’s former father-in-law and a retired individual at the age of 65, and Alex Kwong, the deceased’s former husband, who is 28 years old and currently unemployed. The three individuals are charged with conspiring to murder Abby Choi on 21st February, 2023, at a unit in Lung Mei Tsuen, Tai Po. They are also accused of preventing the lawful burial of Abby Choi’s body between 21st and 23rd February, 2023, at the same location. The case involving these three individuals will be transferred to the High Court for further proceedings.