Singer-actress Nur Fazura is required to pay RM156,000 to the owner of Maydan Trading as she failed to fulfill her role as the brand ambassador of Q-Tab, a hair, nail and skin treatment health product.
Maydan Trading owner Abdul Malek, 54, who is the plaintiff has filed a suit against the 35-year-old actress and Universal Music Malaysia, the first and second defendants on 16th December 2017.
75 percent payment has already been made to Fazura in October 2017. According to the term sheet, the actress is required to market the product on her social media platform, especially Instagram, with 12 posting for 6 months.
However, the 54-year-old businessman claimed that Fazura only had a media conference, a photography and video session, and made 3 postings about the product on her social media.
This does not fulfil the condition of the agreement as the 75 percent amount that has been paid to the actress does not tally with the effort made by the actress to promote the product.
The plaintiff also claimed that his company suffered loss when Fazura launched her very own beauty product called Trudolly, which somehow clashed with Q-Tab.
In her defence statement, Fazura has denied that she has entered into an agreement with the plaintiff.
Source: Berita Harian