Yikes, it appears that Nur Sajat is still not free from the authorities in Malaysia! It has been reported that the Shah Alam High Court has ordered for the trans figure’s assets to be seized and sold.
The court’s ruling was obtained after the 36-year-old had failed to pay RM200,000 in damages to her former main stockist OWA Resources Sdn. Bhd, local news outlet The Vibes reported.
According to a statement by a public relations firm representing the plaintiffs (via The Vibes), “Nurwati Hussin and Mohamed Syakir Hussin from OWA Resources, the main stockists of Sajat’s girdle business, took action to seize her assets after (she) failed to pay damages following the December ruling last year.”
Additionally, Utusan Malaysia also reported that the seizure and sale was carried out earlier at 10:30am today (Tuesday, 30th November) at Sajat’s house located in Kota Damansara, Selangor. As revealed by the lawyers representing the aforementioned duo, Nurul Hafidzah Hassan and Zeti Zulkifli, the assets seized will be auctioned off at market prices to cover damages that were supposed to be paid by the entrepreneur.
“The writ of seizure and sale has been pasted at the defendant’s premise today, and if the defendant failed to make any payment, all the seized items will be auctioned on 14th December. If the amount of money collected from the auction is still not enough to settle the debt, the clients will proceed with the next step by seizing more of Nur Sajat’s assets,” they revealed.
The legal reps added in their official statement to the press, “The high court’s ruling is a slap towards Sajat’s action of avoiding paying the judgement sum after being found to have breached a commercial contract to supply girdles to the stockists, as agreed upon.”
So far, Sajat has yet to break her silence in addressing the circulating reports.