Ferrari driver convicted of assault had 'depression' and 'PTSD', says psychiatrist
The Ferrari driver convicted last year of assaulting a fellow driver along Telok Ayer Street was suffering from depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) when she committed the offence.
These were the findings revealed by Mount Elizabeth psychiatrist Sim Li Ping, who took took the stand on Wednesday (21 February) during a pre-sentencing hearing for 73-year-old Shi Ka Yee. The hearing was held to help determine if Shi’s psychiatric conditions had any bearing on the offences which she committed in February 2014.
Wearing a black dress and colourful scarf, Shi appeared in court with a female companion.
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