Rui En on accident investigation: 'I wished I handled the situation with more tact'

Rui En released an official statement taking the responsibility of the accident.

Singaporean singer-actress Rui En is reportedly in trouble after she ran into a parked motor cycle and allegedly tried to run.

The 35-year-old released an official statement taking responsibility of the whole incident and apologised to the motorcycle owner, whose vehicle she knocked down by her car.

As stated by the witness, a black BMW, which belongs to En, hit down a yellow motorcycle of a 52-year-old Malay man at Block 332, Clementi Ave 2, on 12 April.

Adding on, the Star Awards' popular artist reportedly tried to run out of the scene, but was stopped by the vehicle's owner who later confronted her. In a statement released by the actress' manager, En affirmed that she is very disappointed with herself over the incident and did not handle the situation tactfully.

The Metamorphosis actress also revealed that she was not trying to run from the scene, but was trying to park the car at safer place before jumping into the matter. She said: "My initial intention was to move the car to a traffic-free spot before addressing the matter. I tried to signal to him to allow me to move my car first but he persistently hit my screen and gradually, his knocks got louder."

Here is the copy of En's official statement, as released by Toggle: