The Thai-British actress who crashed and killed an off-duty policeman on a Bangkok highway last week said the officer’s ghost has asked his family to forgive her.
Anna Hambawaris, who is also a model and better known by her stage name Anne Reese, crashed her Mercedes-Benz into a parked police car on a highway in Prawet district at around 3 am last Friday night, killing Pol.Lt. Naphadol Wongbundit, a traffic police officer from Suphanburi provincial police force who was sleeping inside the vehicle.
When police officers arrived at the scene of the accident, the 28-year-old actress refused to take a breathalyzer test, or go to a police station for questioning.
She didn’t surrender herself to police until twelve hours later, and was eventually charged with reckless driving leading to deaths of others and fleeing the scene of an accident.
While Anna was attending the officer’s cremation ceremony in Suphanburi on 1 July, a woman in the audience had a seizure, shouted that she was being possessed by the ghost of the dead policeman, and called for Anna. The actress was quickly brought over to the woman, a 36-year-old resident from Saraburi province and relative of Pol.Lt. Naphadol.
Speaking to Khaosod on the following day, Anna said the ghost had already left the woman by the time she arrived at her side, but others who watched the seizure told her the ghost had conveyed a message for her.
“He asked for his family to forgive me,” Anna told Khaosod.
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