Just moments ago, Nurul Hafidzah Hassan and Zeti Zulkifli – the lawyers representing Nur Sajat’s former main stockist OWA Resources – revealed that they have received approval of an application from the court to hold a second public auction this week.
In a statement sent by crisis management firm Saiful Ridzuan Public Relations and Communications to Murai earlier today (Monday, 20th December), the Shah Alam High Court has since approved an application for a second public auction to be held at the queer entrepreneur’s Kota Damansara home.
“Our law firm received the declaration of sale issued by the court on Thursday, December 16. People who want to buy the list of items to be auctioned can come to the auction location on Wednesday (22nd December),” said Nurul Hafidzah.
In the meantime, the legal reps also advised the bidders to bring enough money on the day of the auction to ensure direct payment can be made after the bidding process. It is understood that the list of items that will be auctioned at 10:30 am is the same as the auction that was held on the first day of the auction which was held earlier on 14th December.
Previously, it was reported that the first auction had failed after the bidder, Mohammad Syazwan Ahmad Fiesol, who made the highest bid of RM132,000, suddenly went missing. In the same statement, Nurul Hafidzah also explained that the second auction process will be held to claim compensation of RM200,000 that failed to be paid as ordered by the court to their clients.
The lawyer stated. “The main objective of the clients (in) taking legal action through this civil suit case is to clear their names after they were accused of cheating, defamation, and when a false police report was lodged by the defendant that the client allegedly broke the trust of Muhammad Sajjad (Sajat’s dead name)’s company money of RM1 million.”
“After more than three years of fighting for this case in court, the judicial system has found that the plaintiffs have never cheated, defamed and breached trust as alleged by the defendant. The clients are innocent and justice has been prevailed,” she added in the official statement issued to the entertainment website.
You can read more on the details of the auction here.