Nur Sajat has new home in Australia


Cozy abode: This is Nur Sajat’s new house in a suburb near Sydney. She intends to start afresh in Australia.

PETALING JAYA: Nur Sajat has a new house in Australia and the cosmetics entrepreneur has shared pictures of her suburban Sydney abode on social media.

“Cantik tak rumah baru Sajat? (Isn’t my house beautiful?),” Nur Sajat posted on Facebook as she uploaded photos of her new single-storey corner lot home.

The transgender businesswoman relocated to Australia recently after being granted asylum there.

This follows her previous posts on TikTok where she said she was currently residing in Canterbury, a suburb 12km from Sydney, New South Wales.

She said she had sold all her businesses in Malaysia and intended to start afresh in Australia.

According to Nur Sajat, she chose to relocate to Australia as the country has accepted her.

She also denied that she was running away from the 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,” she had said earlier.

Nur Sajat, 36, was said to be on the run for the last few months after a blasphemy charge was levelled at her in Malaysia for dressing as a woman.

She was reportedly detained and fined by Thai authorities on Sept 8 for having an invalid passport.

She was then believed to be seeking refuge through the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).

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