Nur Sajat residing in Sydney suburb, seeks to start afresh

PETALING JAYA: Controversial cosmetics entrepreneur Nur Sajat, who is being sought after by local authorities is currently in Sydney, Australia.

According to MStar, Nur Sajat said during a TikTok livestream that she is currently residing in Canterbury, a suburb located 12km from Sydney, New South Wales, and she was looking to start afresh.

The fugitive cosmetic entrepreneur said that she is currently under Covid-19 quarantine in Sydney and she will meet up with an agent regarding employment matters.

According to Nur Sajat, she chose to relocate to Australia as the country would accept her.

She also denied that she was running away from authorities in Malaysia.

"I'm not running away. I'm migrating. All this while I was quiet because I wanted to open a new shop at a new location, and thank you for the support."

Nur Sajat also urged the public not to judge her regarding her religious stance.

"If I'm still Muslim, just let me be with my own ways, and you follow your own ways.

"Don't judge me. We respect each other. Stop calling me a sinner as well... Thank you, I appreciate all of your advice."

Nur Sajat was reportedly detained by Thai authorities on Sept 8 for having an invalid passport.

She was then fined and is believed to be seeking refuge under the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).

Nur Sajat is presently wanted for multiple offences in Malaysia, including criminal intimidation and preventing civil servants from performing their duties.

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