Andara Early

Jul 4th, 2006, in IM Posts, by

One of the "Playboy Three", Andara Early, was questioned again by police and will likely be charged with indecent behaviour.

Andara, or Andhara, was named as a suspect in the Playboy indecency case a few days ago, after she had appeared in the first edition of Indonesian Playboy magazine.

Today she underwent further interrogation at Jakarta police headquarters over her supposedly indecent poses, and said afterwards:

I have done nothing wrong. (Saya tidak bersalah)

She was asked forty questions, and said later:

I was questioned as a suspect.
(Saya diperiksa sebagai tersangka.)

Andara will likely be charged under article 282 of the criminal code concerning indecency and faces a maximum sentence of two years and eight months, if convicted. Despite this Andara says she has no regrets about appearing in Playboy and that her family remain supportive.

I don't feel down, I have to keep upbeat. I have a family and friends who continue to give me support.
(Saya nggak down. Harus tetap semangat. Karena saya punya keluarga dan teman-teman yang terus memberi dukungan.)

According to her lawyer Susilo Aribowo both of the other suspects, model Kartika Oktaviani Gunawan and editor Erwin Arnada had already been interrogated.

The head of the Womens' and Childrens' Unit of the police, Ahmad Rivai, said that the cases of the two models were still being investigated while that of Erwin Arnada had already been forwarded to the prosecutor's office.


3 Comments on “Andara Early”

  1. avatar Andre says:
    July 7th, 2006 at 10:08 am

    It’s ridiculous… I have seen the first issue of Playboy Indonesia showing Andara as its model and see nothing indecent or impolite there. Well, at least it is not for a male magazine; the story might be different if she was in teen’s mag. If the law enforcement agents really want to be consistent with what they are doing, they should have carried out the same investigation to the models from other male magazines, such as “Maxim, FHM, or Popular” or similar tabloids showing ” horrible pictures” which can be found easily at news counters on the street. Unfortunately, it doesn’t happen and seems never really happen.

    So what’s the point here? Are they carrying out the investigation because the public (or a certain group of people) force them to do so? Or is it because the magazine carrying “Playboy” in its title? To be frankly, I am not opposed to the investigation which is underway. However, prosecuting a group of people due to a certain misconduct but leaving others whom happened to do the same thing will only worsen our name as a country with inconsistent law. So, stop this drama… This country is sick of dishonesty. Let the freedom to express and publish something growing up in this nation. In a mature society, people will choose themshelves what good for them and leave bad things behind.

  2. avatar fajar says:
    July 8th, 2006 at 10:40 am

    I’m your fans,I’m very like to watch u,u the girl with a beautifull body,u are so perfect,I’m always support u whenever u want.don’t be afraid to attack everyone who hate u……

  3. avatar joko says:
    July 18th, 2006 at 4:55 pm

    you go girl, love u always



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