KUALA LUMPUR: The police report that actor Datuk Farid Kamil held up in a picture posted on his Instagram account yesterday is believed to be linked to a domestic matter involving his 27-year-old actress wife, Datin Diana Danielle.
A source revealed that Farid, 37, had requested that access be granted to his younger brother, Anis Anwar Zahari, to enter his residence at Casa Tropicana, Damansara in order to collect his belongings there.
The source said that at the time the police report was made, his two children, Muhammad and Aurora, were in his care.
Farid must have made the report as a protective measure in order to safeguard his actions.
The police report was apparently made at the Pantai Police Station in Lembah Pantai, as opposed to the Mutiara Damansara Police Station, which was previously reported.
The source revealed that Farid had made his initial report at the police station on Jan 18 but the case was later referred to the police station in Damansara due to its proximity to his residence.
At about 1.40pm yesterday, Farid uploaded the photo of him holding a police report with the Mutiara Damansara Police Station in the background.
His post garnered a lot of views from fans and fellow artistes who showed support for him with well wishes and encouraging comments.
Two days ago, Farid was seen to be active again on the social media platform when he posted a promotional picture of his latest drama, Lafazkan Kalimah Cintamu, currently airing on Astro Ria since Jan 15.
Before this, the actor made headlines for slapping a police officer and kicking two other civilians at the Kota Damansara Traffic Police Station on Jan 11.
He was released on bail on Jan 17 after pleading not guilty to four charges, which included criminal assault of a public servant and another count for disorderly conduct.
The charges were read out to him at the magistrate court in Petaling Jaya before Magistrate Nor Ariffin Hisham, who later fixed March 5 for mention.