Paul Stadlen, former media adviser to ousted Malaysian leader Najib Razak, suspected of laundering US$3.6 million

The 1Malaysia Development Berhad dragnet is continuing to expand, with Malaysian authorities now looking to arrest Paul Stadlen, a British spin doctor who worked for ousted premier Najib Razak during the height of the scandal.

Stadlen, who is believed to be hiding in the United Kingdom, is accused of two counts of money-laundering.

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