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Former ATV Miss Asia Pageant Malaysia 2023 Winner Accused of Past School Bullying: Report

The former winner of the ATV Miss Asia Pageant Malaysia 2023 is facing allegations of past school bullying. The accusations have surfaced, casting a shadow on her recent victory. The incident raises questions about her suitability as a role model for young girls, and investigations into the allegations are ongoing.

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KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 27 – In a surprising turn of events, Luwe Xin Hui, who was recently crowned ATV Miss Asia Pageant Malaysia 2023, is facing allegations of being a bully during her school years. These accusations have surfaced on social media in the wake of her pageant victory.

Several individuals have taken to Instagram to share their personal experiences of being bullied by Luwe during their school days. One user with the handle @staw.no claimed that some of Luwe’s alleged victims suffered from depression as a result of the bullying they endured.
@ong_a99, another user, openly declared herself as one of Luwe’s victims and questioned why Luwe had not come forward to apologize for her actions. The allegations also extended to bystanders, as @lilyyan_22 admitted to witnessing one of her friends being bullied by Luwe but not intervening at the time. She expressed remorse for her inaction and apologized to her friend, adding that she believed Luwe deserved the criticism she was receiving.

Luwe’s Instagram comments have been flooded with similar sentiments, with many individuals urging her to reflect on her past actions and consider the emotional impact they had on others.
One user, @since1927_, alleged that Luwe and her friends had physically assaulted her niece during their secondary school days, recounting that her niece had been slapped at least three times. These accusations have shed light on a troubling aspect of Luwe’s past, raising concerns about her suitability as a pageant winner.

Luwe emerged victorious by defeating 14 other contestants to claim the crown on Monday, and she is set to represent Malaysia in the finals in Shanghai, China, later this year. However, these serious allegations of bullying from her school days have now cast a shadow over her recent achievement and raised questions about her ability to fulfill her role as a pageant representative.

As these allegations continue to circulate on social media, it remains to be seen how Luwe and the pageant organizers will respond to the accusations and whether they will impact her participation in the upcoming international competition.
[2:16 pm, 27/09/2023] Ananya: The former winner of the ATV Miss Asia Pageant Malaysia 2023 is facing allegations of past school bullying. The accusations have surfaced, casting a shadow on her recent victory. The incident raises questions about her suitability as a role model for young girls, and investigations into the allegations are ongoing.
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