Nur Sajat has been trending online over the past few days after a video of her being ill-treated went viral online.
Following her shocking revelation, the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (JAIS) came up with an official statement to address the situation.
In a statement posted on Facebook, JAIS explained that the investigation was made because there were several complaints received regarding the 36-year-old’s behaviour in 2018 and 2020. The case is currently being investigated in accordance to Section 10 of the Selangor Syariah Criminal Enactment No.5 of 1995.
The department has also called the enforcement officer involved to testify on the issues. “Sajat has lodged a police report regarding the incident. We have also called the enforcement officer to provide some evidence for the case,” they wrote.
As for the “Makhluk Penggoda” songstress, she recently posted some updates on her Instagram Stories, which caused concern among her followers. The controversial figure revealed that she’s been suffering from depression. Not only that, Sajat also confessed that she’s been consuming sleeping pills for four days in a row.
Adding into fans’ speculations, Sajat also shared a clip of her wearing a respirator at a medical centre. “When I die, everyone will be calm. For 2021, I want to live in peace. I want to live happily, just like other families out there, God willing. Thank you, for making me closer to my death date. Depression,” she wrote in the alarming post.
Meanwhile, Caprice (real name Ariz Ramli) has also voiced out his personal opinion on the recent controversy. As pointed out by the motivational speaker, Sajat has publicly provoked Islam for a long time and hopes that the cosmetics entrepreneur can repent soon.
Watch his video here: