Two mothers at one of Sydney's top private schools are suing each other for defamation after posting comments about each other on the instant messaging app We Chat.
Ava Wei Wu and Michelle Li Chen both had sons at Knox Grammar, in Sydney's northern suburbs, and became friends in mid-2011.
In May the mothers were ordered into mediation however they were unable to settle the matter.
Earlier this month the case was set down for a five-day trial before Justice Lucy Mc Callum without a jury in July next year.
In the lead up to the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China this month -- a major changing of the guard which will see widespread retirements among senior leaders -- the country's censors have been cracking down on everything from an unnerving sex doll-sharing company to even milquetoast criticism of the government in the media.
Now, popular Chinese social media app We Chat has begun restricting how its users can use the platform in an effort to offset its potential use in protests.
PETALING JAYA: A 22-year-old man went to meet a woman he met at We Chat for sex but ended up being bashed up by extortionists.
Police are investigating the case under Section 372 of the Penal Code for soliciting.He said two local men, aged 36 and 48, who are believed to be customers, were also held at the hotel.Salehhudin said a police team raided the hotel at about 5.10pm Sunday after being alerted of illicit activity there.However, their friendship soured in March 2016 and both women took to various Knox parents' groups on We Chat, sparking a feud that has gone all the way to the NSW Supreme Court.Ms Wu, a mother of two, claimed Ms Chen's comments convey the defamatory imputations that Ms Wu taught children to act with violence, attempted to commit murder and tried to run over a policeman.