Maria Ozawa recounts “horrible experience” in Indonesia

Philippine-based Japanese actress Maria Ozawa called out her hardcore fans from Indonesia after two alleged immigration officers 'stole' her passport.

BY PAULEA BENOZA

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11/7/2018 9:16 PM
Maria Ozawa recounts “horrible experience” in Indonesia


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Japanese actress Maria Ozawa yesterday, November 6, aired her frustration towards the immigration office of Bali, Indonesia after having her passport stolen by two alleged officers.

There to attend a friend’s birthday celebration, the 32-year-old said that the men asked to see her passport just as the party was about to end. The next thing she knew, the two officers have taken off with her ID without a word, leaving Maria feeling baffled. “As cheesy as it sounded, I had no choice but to show it to them,” said the star.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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With the help of her friends, Maria was able to show up at the immigration office that same night to retrieve her passport. Apparently, someone from the party set her up, although the celebrity refused to buy the explanation coming from the officers with what happened next. “And after talking about nonsense for two hours in the office, they printed out some papers for me to sign. [They] gave me back my passport, told me over and over how famous I am in Indonesia and as I was walking out from the office, they asked me to take a selfie with them. Like what? Seriously?”

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Maria then ended the note by calling out hardcore fans from Indonesia for having her privacy clearly violated. “This is so wrong in so many ways. I’m glad I’m well known but this country needs to change, these people are erasing the ‘good’ people out there. Stop harassing me every time I visit Indonesia. Clearly, I need more privacy. Wake up, Indonesia. I know you guys are better,” stressed the actress.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

I’m sure most of you guys know by now about the horrible experience I had to go through yesterday around 11pm-3am at immigration of Bali, Indonesia. I was attending a birthday party of my good friend Barbie Nouva and as the party was ending , two guys suddenly came up to me and said they wr ppl from the immigration and needed to see my passport and as cheesy as it sounded I had no choice but to show it to them and the next second they just ran off w/o saying anything with my passport ...!!! WE ALL PANICKED called up some people..Canceled the party and went straight to the immigration office. ...... LONG STORY SHORT the officers told me that someone from the bday party called up the immigration office and told them I’m trying to do something bad or business or whatever and telling all the lies,rumors anything to get me into trouble . Like WTF !!!! And after talking about NONSENSE for 2hrs in the office , they printed out some papers for me to sign.. gave me back my passport, told me over and over how FAMOUS I am in Indonesia and as I was walking out from the office,they asked me to take a selfie with them... Like what!?Seriously ? So did the immigration people make up stories and snoop around ,gathered Information, track me down take my passport ( knowing I will come get it) JUST TO TAKE A SELFIE WITH ME!? This is so wrong in so many ways .. I’m glad I’m well known but this country needs to change, these people are erasing the “good” people out there. Stop harassing me every time I visit Indonesia .. Clearly I need more privacy . Wake up Indonesia I know you guys are better .

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