The crisis between controversial celebrity Sharnaaz Ahmad and his wife Noor Nabila has been ongoing since the latter filed for divorce on August 27th (Tuesday).
Both Sharnaaz and Nabila were at the Mahkamah Syariah Wilayah Persekutuan, Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday (11th September) in hopes to resolve any disputes occurring in their marriage.
During the proceedings for the case, the court ordered the pair to appoint a Jawatankuasa Pendamai (Conciliatory Committee) – or JKP in short. According to news reports, the order was released following the “Juvana” actor’s refusal to accept Nabila’s request for divorce.
After the end of the proceeding, the elder sister of popular celebrity Neelofa was seen having difficulty holding back her tears. Refusing to give further comments on the case, Nabila said that for the time being she’ll focus on their one and only son, Jebat Jayden.
“I don’t want to give further statement (about the divorce). I want to focus on raising my son well. I hope everyone will pray the best for me,” Nabila said as reported by mStar.
Meanwhile, the 34-year-old actor was hesitant in addressing why he refused Nabila’s request for a divorce. Instead, he commented that he’ll try his best to look for solution regarding their ongoing crisis. He also expressed hopes that all future decisions will be made easier.
“My intention is to find the best solution for both sides. When I say that I don’t agree with decision, it means that we are trying our best to look for the way out as good as possible. People often say things are good when we get married, but it’s the opposite when it comes to divorcing. We’ll look into the good things that can be found from this matter.”
Take a look at the full clip of their interview here (Video by mStar):
Sharnaaz and Nabila tied the knot on 31st March 2017. It was reported by several local news outlets that they’ve been living separately since February 2018.
In addition, Nabila claimed that Sharnaaz only gave her RM500 nafkah (alimony) per month even though the actor’s able to provide more than the stated price.