Despite showing off her brand new, shiny happy life in Australia, her situation here in Malaysia is a shipwreck. She hasn’t been able to see her children, never-ending criticism from netizens, and to add salt to the wound, her assets are being seized and shall be auctioned off.
Controversies after controversies, the Malaysian LGBTQIA+ icon, Nur Sajat, who has recently migrated to Australia, is once again becoming the talk of the town. After the latest news of her assets that is expected to be seized, the auction is finally going on today.
On the 8th of December, the High Court declared that her assets will be auctioned off publicly at her home in Kota Damansara, Petaling Jaya. Nurwati Hussin and Mohamed Syakir Hussin, both formerly were Sajat’s girdle’s main stockists from OWA Resources, were trying to reclaim the losses that they have suffered after Nur Sajat failed to pay them the compensation money amounting up to RM200, 000.
The plaintiffs’ lawyers, Nurul Hafidzah Hassan and Zeti Zulkifli from NHA Advocates & Solicitors, stated, “The defendant did not make the payment after a writ of seizure and sale was put up on Muhammad Sajjad Kamaruz Zaman’s premise on 14th December. Hence, the court has approved the plaintiff’s application for her assets to be auctioned off tomorrow (14th December)“.
Both of the plaintiffs, Nurwati Hussin and Mohamed Syakir Hussin, are relieved that their names are finally cleared. They also have stated how they have never tried to defame Nur Sajat, but instead their names were the ones that were slandered by her. Nurul Hafidzah also added, “The court’s decision is a testimony of how the legal system agreed with the arguments and proofs presented by the plaintiff.”
If the public would like to participate in the auction, they can visit her home in Premis No. 2, Jalan Polo 10/3, Kota Damansara, Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Would you participate in the auction?
Update (14th December 2021, 2.50pm):
As of this afternoon, Sajat’s assets have been successfully auctioned off by the court to a bidder at the amount of RM132, 000. The auctioned assets include kitchenware, living room furniture and bedroom set from the second floor of the cosmetic entrepreneur’s bungalow. The bidding process initially consisted of 8 bidders, then it went down to 3 bidders. The bidding was opened for 6 times before her assets are finally let go to the final bidder.
A woman who would like to be known as Linda, from Mont Kiara, was said to have the intentions of joining the auction. However, she was not let entry because she was late and the auction has already started. The 37 years old woman was disappointed because she mentioned how she was interested in Sajat’s furniture that can always be seen in her viral videos; she even brought along RM5K deposit to the auction!
Source: Oh Bulan.