Yesterday (Tuesday, 14th December), we reported that Nur Sajat’s assets were being auctioned at her home in Kota Damansara. Later that day, word got out that her assets have been successfully auctioned off by the court to a bidder at the highest amount of RM132k.
However, it has been reported that the public auction may have to be held again next week after the male bidder apparently went missing! The individual, identified as Mohammad Syazwan Ahmad Fiesol, reportedly disappeared after informing the lawyers that he’d like to make a bank draft after the bidding session ended.
“The bidder said his cash was at his home, so we asked him to give us a bank draft first. But until now, he hasn’t showed up yet. It only takes awhile to make a bank draft, we suspect that the bidder is someone close to the famous entrepreneur. If the bid fails, we will have to organise a public bidding again next week,” lawyer Nurul Hafidzah Hassan told mStar.
It didn’t take long before netizens began speculating the identity of the male bidder on social media. In a surprising turn of events, they discovered that Mohammad Syazwan allegedly works as a personal assistant to Datuk Aliff Syukri!
Last night, Mohammad Syazwan revealed on his social media that he’d be leaving for a holiday overseas. In the same post, he also appeared to express his gratitude to Aliff and also his wife, Datin Shahidah, for giving him the opportunity to travel abroad.
Following this, the comments section has been flooded with social media users leaving negative remarks to the trio. Most of them suspect that the entrepreneur had hatched a plot with this apparent “joy bidder” to help the trans figure, and called for the authorities to take action against them.
That being said, the D’Herbs owner refused to issue any statement on the matter. He told the local news portal, “I don’t want to comment about this issue! I don’t want to issue any statements out of respect for everyone. Yes, I’m close to her (Sajat), but I don’t want to get involved in any controversy. I want to calm down for now.”