I was recorded in spy camera, testifies Nasha

  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 30 Apr 2003


KUALA LUMPUR: Actress/ model Nasha Aziz confirmed that she was the woman in a videotape that was recorded using a hidden camera in her apartment last year. 

Nasha, 32, whose real name is Noraishah A. Aziz, told a magistrate’s court that the scenes in the two-hour long tape were those of her living room and bedroom. 

It was taped over a period of three to four months. 

VIDEOTAPE TESTIMONY: Nasha arriving at the magistrate's court in Kuala Lumpur Tuesday to testify in the trial of an assistant manager accused of trespassing into her apartment and installing a spy camera.

“It is because of my condition, my hairstyle, the lighting in my room, atmosphere of my apartment, my attire and moments when I was engaged in phone calls which occurred on different days. 

“In fact, my hairstyle shows up significantly as I had only cut my hair in early 2002, sometime in March, for my work purposes. 

“That month, I had a role in the film Laila Isabella that required me to have short hair,” she told magistrate Ida Hanani Abd Karim. 

Nasha said she could recognise the woman’s voice in the telephone calls as that of hers, apart from the music being played. 

In some part of the tape, she was heard shouting “Bakhtiar ya, Bakhtiar tunggu.”  

“Bakhtiar was supposed to collect the rent that day so when there was a knock on my apartment door I knew it was him. 

“I did not think there would be anyone who wanted to meet me that day,” she added. 

She was testifying against assistant manager Ahmad Bakhtiar Abdul Kayoom, 26, who is accused of trespassing into her apartment at B2-3, Shahzan Court, Jalan Nipah, off Jalan Ampang between April and July last year. 

Ahmad Bakhtiar, who manages the apartment complex, faces a second charge of allegedly fixing a spy camera in the apartment during the same period. 

Nasha said she first watched the videotape during an investigation by Insp Azmi Hashim. 

“I felt depressed, sad and insecure because my private rights had been intruded upon,” she said. 

The court viewed the tape behind closed-door on Monday. 

Nasha said she was not aware of the camera until she spotted it concealed in an air-condition frame in her apartment while she was doing her exercise. 

She said she had not allowed anyone to videotape her “in such a setting” or let any photographer take photographs in her apartment. 

The hearing continues.  

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