The domestic helper was initially taken to court in Tuen Mun in May, and was released from jail on Wednesday after prosecutors decided not to press charges. Photo: Handout

Indonesian domestic helper spent three months in Hong Kong jail because she had nowhere to live after employer accused her of spiking drink with urine

Department of Justice drops case after finding no evidence alleged crime took place, as workers’ rights group highlights plight of those forced into jail by live-in law

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The domestic helper was initially taken to court in Tuen Mun in May, and was released from jail on Wednesday after prosecutors decided not to press charges. Photo: Handout
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