Investigations by the Traffic Police have confirmed that plastic surgeon Woffles Wu was behind the wheel of a car that was detected for speeding on two occasions, The Straits Times.
The two offences occurred in 2005 and 2006.
The traffic police found Wu guilty of driving at 95kmh and 91kmh above the speed limit of 70kmh, according to local media outlets.
The Straits Times also reported that the 52-year-old doctor has paid a composition fine for each offence as well as accumulated a total of 12 demerit points.
Dr Wu was fined $1,000 on June 12 this year for abetting his employee to give false information to the police.
He had asked Mr Kuan Yit Wah, 82, to take the blame for the two speeding offences.
Questions were raised about the case and on why the prosecution did not pursue stiffer charges.
The Attorney-General Chambers (AGC) had earlier addressed them by stating that it was Mr Kuan, not Dr Wu, who had given false information to the police. There is also no evidence of Dr Wu giving payment or gratification to Mr Kuan.
The issue generated a heated debate in Parliament earlier this week between Law Minister K. Shanmugam and Workers' Party (WP) MP Sylvia Lim.