Jakarta, Yuris Muda Indonesia – After the escape of Celebrity Rachel Vennya from the Covid-19 quarantine at Wisma Atlet some time ago, the status of the celebrity is now officially a suspect.

“The results of the title determine four suspects,” said the Head of Public Relations of the Polda Metro Jaya Kombes Pol Yusri Yunus, Wednesday (11/3).

He also confirmed that one of the four suspects was Rachel.

“Rachel, her boyfriend, her manager is the same as another one who helps, a civilian,” said Yusri.

For the civilians who helped Rachel and have been named suspects, Yusri stated that they were not from health workers.

“No. He helped,” said the Head of Public Relations of Polda Metro Jaya.

For the determination of the suspect status, Rachel Vennya apologized to the public through her Instagram account.

“Through this article, I want to sincerely apologize for all my mistakes that have made my friends angry and very disappointed,” Rachel wrote as quoted from her @rachelven account, Wednesday (11/3/2021).

Rachel Vennya wants to make the case a valuable lesson in the future.

“This incident was a valuable lesson for me. I learned to be responsible and follow the rules as an Indonesian citizen well,” Rachel wrote. Rachel Vennya also promised not to repeat her actions. “I promise not to repeat the same mistakes and will continue to try to be a better person,” Rachel said in her writing.

Yusri added that the four suspects met the elements of violating articles in the Law (UU) concerning the Outbreak and the Quarantine Law. “The reason is the same as the quarantine law, the threat is one year in prison,” Yusri explained.

Article 9 Paragraph (1) of Law Number 6 of 2018 concerning Health Quarantine states that everyone is obliged to comply with the implementation of health quarantine. Meanwhile, Paragraph (2) states that everyone is obliged to participate in the implementation of health quarantine.

Meanwhile, Article 14 of Law Number 4 of 1984 concerning Outbreaks of Infectious Diseases states, anyone who deliberately hinders the implementation of epidemic control is threatened with imprisonment for a maximum of 1 year and/or a maximum fine of Rp. 1 million.