Cosmetics entrepreneur Nur Sajat Kamaruzzaman’s million-dollar house has been put up for auction by the government starting today.
But the 36-year-old, who is now in Sydney, Australia, couldn’t care less. In fact, she told her 395,000 fans today that it is a blessing. She had reportedly bought the Damansara bungalow from fellow entrepreneur Aliff Syukri in 2017 for RM11 million (US$2.5 million).
The Shah Alam High Court last month ordered the seizure of her assets to recover RM200,000 in damages for a fraud case where she allegedly failed to supply a seller with her corsets.
Authorities sought her as a witness in June but she did not attend the proceedings because she was already in Thailand, escaping persecution by Selangor religious authorities, aka JAIS, she said. In a previous interview, Sajat accused her cousin Nurnilam Sari, who was in charge of supplying corsets, of defrauding the seller using her company’s name, Nur Sajat Aesthetic.
“I don’t care, take whatever you want,” she said in a live video when a fan asked how she felt about her house being put up for auction. “I am already oceans away.”
“It is a blessing,” she later added. “They [JAIS] haven’t moved on. They still want me to come back, but they can’t catch me.”
Previous homeowner Aliff, known for selling cosmetics, also sent her well wishes. “When I pass by this house, I think of you… Be strong, Sajat,” he said on Instagram today.
The house is located at the Selangor Polo residency in Damansara, an upscale and gated area known for its mansions.