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Travel Ban Issued Against Sena Yaddehige Over Alleged Sexual Abuse

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The Kollupitiya Police have obtained a travel ban against Sena Yaddehige, Chairman of Richard Pieris Group, in connection with the alleged sexual abuse of a female business analyst from the company, the Daily Mirror reported.

Police sources stated that the victim, a 39-year-old resident of Colombo, lodged a complaint last month claiming she was sexually abused by the Chairman on May 7 at a star-class hotel in Kollupitiya.

The complainant reported that she had been working online as a business analyst for at least a month while the Chairman was overseas. On May 6, she was contacted by the company and informed that the Chairman had returned to Sri Lanka and wanted to meet her on May 7.

Upon meeting him at the specified location, the woman alleged that the Chairman sexually abused her. She subsequently reported the incident to the Kollupitiya Police, who then informed the Fort Magistrate.

Daily Mirror said sources indicated that the Chairman left the country on the same day the incident occurred.


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