Canto-pop singer Joey Yung Cho-yee, who was arrested earlier this month in connection with the alleged assault of TV actor and disc jockey Leung Sze-ho in February, was released unconditionally yesterday. Yung, 21, accompanied by her lawyer, went to Kowloon West's Regional Crime Unit Headquarters to discuss the case with detectives, who later agreed to have her bail revoked. She was unconditionally released and her $2,000 bail was returned to her. The singer was arrested on August 11 and released on bail but ordered to report back to police on September 18. Her boss, tycoon Albert Yeung Sau-shing, was also arrested, along with 12 other men, in connection with the Leung case and an assault on comedian Eric Tsang Chi-wai last month. All have been released on $2,000 bail. Yung's spokeswoman, Mani Fok Man-hey, said the singer was relieved the ordeal was over and that she looked forward to resuming her career. Earlier this month, Martin Hong Po-kui, chairman of the Hong Kong Football Association, was also arrested in connection with the assault on Leung. He was released unconditionally after he refused to have his bail extended. The release prompted Mr Hong's counsel, Alan Hoo, SC, to withdraw an urgent application for a writ of habeas corpus in the Court of First Instance. Mr Hong also won the first round of his legal battle for damages over his arrest when he was given the go-ahead in the Court of First Instance for a judicial review. A date is yet to be fixed for a full hearing.