• But money can't buy Jho love

    The US Department of Justice (DOJ) in its third civil forfeiture suit on the 1MDB affair alleged around US$4.5 billion from the firm was misappropriated and also highlighted the purported masterminds, chief among them, it claimed, was Penang-born businessperson Low Taek Jho, better known as Jho Low. The DOJ covered in detail the alleged money trail from 1MDB to the bank accounts of Low and his associates, but on the side, also provided a glimpse of how he apparently courted the women of his dreams, supposedly using 1MDB-linked funds.

    published: 27 Jun 2017
  • DOJ should press charges if they have proof, says Hishamuddin

    Umno vice-president Hishammuddin Hussein has challenged the US Department of Justice (DOJ) to press charges if they have proof of wrongdoing in the 1MDB affair. Hishammuddin also sought to cast doubt on the identity of the nameless Malaysian Official 1 (MO1), whose wife has now appeared in DOJ's court filings.

    published: 18 Jun 2017
  • Scandal hit Malaysia fund battles critics | FT World Notebook

    Claims of corruption at the state investment fund 1MDB have triggered a political power struggle in Malaysia. Arul Kanda, the former banker drafted in to restructure 1MDB at the start of this year, talks to the FT’s Michael Peel about dealing with this explosive affair. ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes

    published: 22 Oct 2015
  • Singapore police freeze two bank accounts linked to 1MDB probe

    By Rujun Shen and Yantoultra Ngui SINGAPORE/KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Police in Singapore said on Wednesday they have frozen two bank accounts in connection with an investigation into alleged financial mismanagement and graft at Malaysia's troubled state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB). It was the first time accounts outside Malaysia had been frozen in connection with the investigation, which has left Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak facing his biggest crisis since he took office in 2009. "On 15 July 2015, we issued orders under the Criminal Procedure Code to prohibit any dealings in respect of money in two bank accounts that are relevant to the investigation," Singapore police said in a statement. Police did not identify the banks or the accounts in question because the invest...

    published: 22 Jul 2015
  • 1MDB: Malaysia's stunning financial scandal

    Malaysia has been rocked for more than a year by a financial scandal involving Prime Minister Najib Razak, a state investment firm, and an alleged frenzy of embezzlement stunning in its scope and complexity. Authorities in a half-dozen countries have launched investigations into suspicions that several billion dollars was looted from complicated financial transactions involving 1MDB and parked around the world. Following are answers to key questions in the affair. What is 1MDB? In 2009, a sovereign wealth fund owned by a northern Malaysian state was rebranded by Najib as 1Malaysia Development Berhad, or 1MDB, and turned into a federal entity focusing on investments in strategic development projects. The fund is owned by the finance ministry, which is headed by Najib. He also chaired t...

    published: 27 Jun 2016
  • Threats are no longer a one-nation affair says Hishammuddin

    At the Asean Defence Ministers Meeting, ADMM on Wednesday, Defence Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein says that Asean countries undertake nations threats with more confidence as a whole.

    published: 04 Nov 2015
  • Bersih 4 rally at Auto City , Penang

    This is one of the numerous peaceful demonstration held throughout major towns and cities in Malaysia calling for institutional reforms in the wake of financials scandals linked to the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) affair involving Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak. Malaysian diasporas are also holding Bersih 4 rallies in some 70 cities worldwide. Majority of protesters defied a ban on the yellow Bersih 4 T-shirts, as well as veiled threats of a state of emergency and Putrajaya’s declaration that the event is illegal.

    published: 29 Aug 2015
  • Malaysia's Mahathir resumes attack on PM over graft investigation

    Former Malaysian leader Mahathir Mohamad on Monday resumed an attack on Prime Minister Najib Razak, saying that by halting an investigation into a debt-laden state fund Najib had avoided legal action but had substantiated allegations against him. Najib has faced criticism from the public and within his party after a Wall Street Journal report in July said investigators looking into allegations of graft and financial mismanagement at debt-laden state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) found that nearly $671 million was deposited into Najib's private bank account. Reuters has not verified the report. Najib has denied taking any money for personal gain, saying the allegations were part of a malicious campaign to force him from office. 1MDB has denied transferring funds to Najib and a...

    published: 18 Aug 2015
  • EVENING 5: Red Granite, DOJ in talks to settle 1MDB-linked suit

    The producer of “The Wolf of Wall Street”, Red Granite, is in talks to settle a U.S. Justice Department lawsuit alleging that the movie was funded by money from 1MDB; SP Setia says it is on track to buy I&P, forming one of the largest property firms in Malaysia; and Genting delays the opening of Resorts World Las Vegas to 2020. Charlotte Chong has more.

    published: 18 May 2017
  • Jho Low Showers Miranda Kerr In Millions Of Dollars’ Worth Of Diamonds

    Jho Low Showers Miranda Kerr In Millions Of DollarsWorth Of Diamonds - Supermodel Miranda Kerr had been gifted with diamonds by billionaire Malaysian businessman according to a new civil complaint filed by the US government.

    published: 16 Jun 2017
  • Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir on the Saudi donation to Malaysia

    VIDEO: MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, MALAYSIA

    published: 15 Apr 2016
  • Ezam files suit for return of US$3.7 billion to 1MDB

    published: 14 Apr 2017
  • Malaysia opposition party files suit against PM, state fund 1MDB

    A Malaysian opposition party on Wednesday filed a civil suit against Prime Minister Najib Razak and indebted state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), saying they had violated electoral rules and a new election should be held. 1MDB, whose advisory board is chaired by Najib, and which has debts of more than $11 billion, is under investigation for graft and financial mismanagement. The affair has triggered a political crisis for Najib. The Wall Street Journal reported in July that investigators looking into 1MDB found that nearly $700 million was deposited into Najib's accounts. Reuters has not verified the report. Najib has denied taking any money for personal gain, saying the allegations are part of a malicious campaign to force him from office. 1MDB has denied transferring funds ...

    published: 12 Aug 2015
  • MALAYSIA 1MDB Big Scandal Part 6

    published: 11 Jul 2016
  • Shafie refuses to comment on actress vs driver scandal

    Rural and Regional Development Minister Shafie Apdal has refused to comment on the legal battle between a driver and actress Zahida Mohamed Rafiq, whom he is accused of having an affair with.

    published: 23 Oct 2014
  • Ex-Playboy Model Accused of Affair With Donald Trump: I Have Class and Integrity

    The Playboy Playmate who reportedly had an affair with Donald Trump while he was married to Melania has weighed in on the controversy. The Wall Street Journal claims Karen McDougal, who was Playmate of the Year 1998, had an affair with Trump in 2006. A rep for the playmate told Inside Edition she "never discusses her private life." She was reportedly paid $150,000 by The National Enquirer in August. The tabloid allegedly killed the story as a favor to Trump.

    published: 07 Nov 2016
But money can't buy Jho love

But money can't buy Jho love

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The US Department of Justice (DOJ) in its third civil forfeiture suit on the 1MDB affair alleged around US$4.5 billion from the firm was misappropriated and also highlighted the purported masterminds, chief among them, it claimed, was Penang-born businessperson Low Taek Jho, better known as Jho Low. The DOJ covered in detail the alleged money trail from 1MDB to the bank accounts of Low and his associates, but on the side, also provided a glimpse of how he apparently courted the women of his dreams, supposedly using 1MDB-linked funds.
https://wn.com/But_Money_Can't_Buy_Jho_Love
DOJ should press charges if they have proof, says Hishamuddin

DOJ should press charges if they have proof, says Hishamuddin

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Umno vice-president Hishammuddin Hussein has challenged the US Department of Justice (DOJ) to press charges if they have proof of wrongdoing in the 1MDB affair. Hishammuddin also sought to cast doubt on the identity of the nameless Malaysian Official 1 (MO1), whose wife has now appeared in DOJ's court filings.
https://wn.com/Doj_Should_Press_Charges_If_They_Have_Proof,_Says_Hishamuddin
Scandal hit Malaysia fund battles critics | FT World Notebook

Scandal hit Malaysia fund battles critics | FT World Notebook

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Claims of corruption at the state investment fund 1MDB have triggered a political power struggle in Malaysia. Arul Kanda, the former banker drafted in to restructure 1MDB at the start of this year, talks to the FT’s Michael Peel about dealing with this explosive affair. ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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Singapore police freeze two bank accounts linked to 1MDB probe

Singapore police freeze two bank accounts linked to 1MDB probe

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By Rujun Shen and Yantoultra Ngui SINGAPORE/KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Police in Singapore said on Wednesday they have frozen two bank accounts in connection with an investigation into alleged financial mismanagement and graft at Malaysia's troubled state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB). It was the first time accounts outside Malaysia had been frozen in connection with the investigation, which has left Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak facing his biggest crisis since he took office in 2009. "On 15 July 2015, we issued orders under the Criminal Procedure Code to prohibit any dealings in respect of money in two bank accounts that are relevant to the investigation," Singapore police said in a statement. Police did not identify the banks or the accounts in question because the investigation is continuing. A 1MDB spokesman declined to comment. 1MDB, a property-to-energy group whose advisory board is chaired by Najib, is facing criticism over its debt of nearly 42 billion ringgit (£7.07 billion) and alleged mishandling of its finances. The freezing of the Singapore bank accounts follows a similar move in Malaysia where a task force investigating 1MDB said this month that it had frozen half a dozen bank accounts following a media report that millions of dollars had been transferred to accounts belonging to Najib. The Wall Street Journal reported on July 3 that investigators looking into 1MDB had traced close to $700 million (£448 million) of deposits moving through Falcon Bank in Singapore into the personal account of Najib in Malaysia. Reuters has not verified the Wall Street Journal report. Najib has denied taking any money for personal gain and said the corruption allegations are part of a malicious campaign to force him out of office. A 14-day notice period given to Dow Jones & Co, which publishes the Journal, to respond to a letter from Najib's lawyers seeking clarification, ended on Tuesday. TASK FORCE Singapore's central bank also said it is in contact with financial institutions in relation to the 1MDB investigation and Falcon Bank has said it is co-operating with inquiries. On Tuesday, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) said it was looking into whether banks followed rules on properly identifying customers and their sources of funds and on reporting suspicious transactions. "We're actually looking back to see if they have done all these things," MAS managing director Ravi Menon told a news conference. Malaysian authorities have set up a task force including police, the attorney-general, the central bank and the national anti-corruption agency to look into the 1MDB affair. As part of the investigation, two people have been arrested this week, the Bernama state news agency reported. One of them was identified as the managing director of a company, who was arrested on Tuesday, while the director of a construction company were arrested at Kuala Lumpur's international airport on Monday, Bernama said. Authorities did not identify the two. Separately, two opposition lawmakers who have both been critical of 1MDB said on Wednesday they had been barred from leaving the country. Tony Pua and Rafizi Ramli both said authorities had not given them a reason for the travel ban. Immigration authorities were not immediately available for comment. Earlier, a former newspaper editor seen as close to the ruling party recently alleged that the two had worked with a website to forge documents on 1MDB. The two politicians denied that. The website, Sarawak Report, has published allegations of graft and mismanagement within 1MDB, citing documents from whistleblowers. The site's editor, Clare Rewcastle-Brown, has also denied the accusation. Authorities have blocked her website since Sunday for violating an Internet law. (Additional reporting by Trinna Leong, Anshuman Daga, Saeed Azhar and Praveen Menon; Editing by Rachel Armstrong, Robert Birsel)
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1MDB: Malaysia's stunning financial scandal

1MDB: Malaysia's stunning financial scandal

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Malaysia has been rocked for more than a year by a financial scandal involving Prime Minister Najib Razak, a state investment firm, and an alleged frenzy of embezzlement stunning in its scope and complexity. Authorities in a half-dozen countries have launched investigations into suspicions that several billion dollars was looted from complicated financial transactions involving 1MDB and parked around the world. Following are answers to key questions in the affair. What is 1MDB? In 2009, a sovereign wealth fund owned by a northern Malaysian state was rebranded by Najib as 1Malaysia Development Berhad, or 1MDB, and turned into a federal entity focusing on investments in strategic development projects. The fund is owned by the finance ministry, which is headed by Najib. He also chaired the company's advisory board until it was dissolved in May. Its wide-ranging investments have included power plants and other energy assets in Malaysia and the Middle East, as well as major real estate developments in Kuala Lumpur. How did the graft allegations come out? By 2014, concerns began to emerge over reports that 1MDB was more than $11 billion in debt as a result of a massive borrowing spree and a series of opaque overseas acquisitions. Late that year it missed a payment on a nearly $1 billion loan. Though it eventually paid off the loan, its continued debt troubles brought intensifying scrutiny. What are some key allegations? In 2009, 1MDB invested $1 billion in a short-lived joint venture with PetroSaudi Holdings, a Saudi Arabian energy company. Media reports citing emails among players in the deal say they indicate $700 million disappeared from the venture and may have gone to a close Najib family associate, a charge that 1MDB hotly denies. In another instance, Abu Dhabi's sovereign wealth fund this year accused 1MDB of failing to pay back a loan of more than $1 billion. 1MDB insists it repaid the loan, but a Wall Street Journal report said documents show the money was paid to a shadowy British Virgin Islands company unrelated to the Abu Dhabi fund. In April, a Malaysian parliamentary report said 1MDB made more than $4 billion in suspicious payments to the now-dissolved British Virgin Islands company. How is Najib implicated? In July 2015, the Wall Street Journal revealed that Najib had received payments totalling $681 million in his personal bank accounts in 2013. Subsequent reports said the money originated from 1MDB and may have exceeded $1 billion, which 1MDB denies. Najib at first rejected the report as false and threatened legal action, but his government later acknowledged the payments. It (Other OTC: ITGL - news) said earlier this year the funds were a "personal donation" from the Saudi royal family. Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir in April said it was a "genuine donation" but only after weeks of Saudi silence that fuelled doubts about the alibi. The nature of the "donation" has never been fully explained. Najib and 1MDB strongly deny the "donation" came from the company. Has anyone faced justice? Authorities in Switzerland and Singapore have frozen millions in assets on suspicion of 1MDB-related embezzlement and money-laundering, but so far no major figures have been brought to justice. The most notable casualty so far has been Switzerland-based BSI Bank, which Swiss authorities accused of "serious breaches" of money-laundering regulations in its dealings with 1MDB. Swiss regulators last month approved plans for BSI Bank to be taken over by another private banking group and eventually dissolved. A half-dozen countries including the United States are still investigating the affair. What impact has this had on Malaysia? Over the past year, Najib has purged 1MDB critics from his cabinet, curbed domestic investigations, and moved to prevent further discussion of the scandal, sparking accusations he was clamping down to save his skin. As a result, Najib has dramatically strengthened his control of the country. A state-level election and two parliamentary by-elections in recent weeks were won handily by Najib's ruling coalition, further bolstering his position. Analysts say 1MDB looks unlikely to unseat Najib and that the various foreign investigations are so far not expected to touch him due to the carefully constructed complexity of the questionable money flows (Other OTC: UBGXF - news) .
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Threats are no longer a one-nation affair says Hishammuddin

Threats are no longer a one-nation affair says Hishammuddin

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At the Asean Defence Ministers Meeting, ADMM on Wednesday, Defence Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein says that Asean countries undertake nations threats with more confidence as a whole.
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Bersih 4 rally at Auto City , Penang

Bersih 4 rally at Auto City , Penang

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This is one of the numerous peaceful demonstration held throughout major towns and cities in Malaysia calling for institutional reforms in the wake of financials scandals linked to the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) affair involving Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak. Malaysian diasporas are also holding Bersih 4 rallies in some 70 cities worldwide. Majority of protesters defied a ban on the yellow Bersih 4 T-shirts, as well as veiled threats of a state of emergency and Putrajaya’s declaration that the event is illegal.
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Malaysia's Mahathir resumes attack on PM over graft investigation

Malaysia's Mahathir resumes attack on PM over graft investigation

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Former Malaysian leader Mahathir Mohamad on Monday resumed an attack on Prime Minister Najib Razak, saying that by halting an investigation into a debt-laden state fund Najib had avoided legal action but had substantiated allegations against him. Najib has faced criticism from the public and within his party after a Wall Street Journal report in July said investigators looking into allegations of graft and financial mismanagement at debt-laden state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) found that nearly $671 million was deposited into Najib's private bank account. Reuters has not verified the report. Najib has denied taking any money for personal gain, saying the allegations were part of a malicious campaign to force him from office. 1MDB has denied transferring funds to Najib and an interim government report found nothing suspicious. The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has said the money in Najib's account was a donation, and not connected to 1MDB. Mahathir, Malaysia's longest-serving prime minister who remains highly influential, has become Najib's fiercest critic and has called for the prime minister to step down over the 1MDB affair. Najib has suspended a parliamentary committee looking into 1MDB's accounts, replaced the attorney-general and several MACC and central bank officials who were suspected of leaking investigation information were questioned by police. Referring to that, Mahathir said Najib was shielded from legal action. "Now no legal action can be taken against Najib as the allegations cannot be proven," Mahathir said in a post on his blog. "But his very actions prove that there is substance in the allegations made against him". Last month, Najib sacked his deputy in a cabinet reshuffle, removing ministers critical of his involvement with the state fund which ran up debts of more than $11 billion. Najib is the chair of 1MDB's advisory board. The central bank said last week it has completed its investigation into the fund and submitted its findings to the attorney general. It gave no details. Mahathir said that "the rule of law has been turned upside down". Amidst the political uncertainty, Malaysia is struggling with lower commodity prices and slowing domestic consumption. The ringgit has fallen almost 15 percent this year. On Monday, Najib issued a statement aimed at allaying concerns about the economy, saying: "The government will continue to take a proactive role in managing the economy". Mahathir, however, raised the prospect that Malaysia's "economy will collapse" as market conditions worsened amid poor confidence in Najib's leadership. "Public opinion therefore remains strong in wanting Najib to resign as PM," Mahathir wrote
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EVENING 5: Red Granite, DOJ in talks to settle 1MDB-linked suit

EVENING 5: Red Granite, DOJ in talks to settle 1MDB-linked suit

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The producer of “The Wolf of Wall Street”, Red Granite, is in talks to settle a U.S. Justice Department lawsuit alleging that the movie was funded by money from 1MDB; SP Setia says it is on track to buy I&P, forming one of the largest property firms in Malaysia; and Genting delays the opening of Resorts World Las Vegas to 2020. Charlotte Chong has more.
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Jho Low Showers Miranda Kerr In Millions Of Dollars’ Worth Of Diamonds

Jho Low Showers Miranda Kerr In Millions Of Dollars’ Worth Of Diamonds

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Jho Low Showers Miranda Kerr In Millions Of DollarsWorth Of Diamonds - Supermodel Miranda Kerr had been gifted with diamonds by billionaire Malaysian businessman according to a new civil complaint filed by the US government.
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Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir on the Saudi donation to Malaysia

Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir on the Saudi donation to Malaysia

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VIDEO: MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, MALAYSIA
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Ezam files suit for return of US$3.7 billion to 1MDB

Ezam files suit for return of US$3.7 billion to 1MDB

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Malaysia opposition party files suit against PM, state fund 1MDB

Malaysia opposition party files suit against PM, state fund 1MDB

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A Malaysian opposition party on Wednesday filed a civil suit against Prime Minister Najib Razak and indebted state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), saying they had violated electoral rules and a new election should be held. 1MDB, whose advisory board is chaired by Najib, and which has debts of more than $11 billion, is under investigation for graft and financial mismanagement. The affair has triggered a political crisis for Najib. The Wall Street Journal reported in July that investigators looking into 1MDB found that nearly $700 million was deposited into Najib's accounts. Reuters has not verified the report. Najib has denied taking any money for personal gain, saying the allegations are part of a malicious campaign to force him from office. 1MDB has denied transferring funds to Najib and an interim government report found nothing suspicious. Last week, the national anti-graft agency said the funds in Najib's account were donations from the Middle East, and not from 1MDB. Jailed opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim's People Justice Party (PKR) said the donation of 2.6 billion ringgit ($645 million), the movement of funds and dealings involving 1MDB and its affiliates were linked to an election campaign in 2013. "The fact is that the alleged amount spent by Najib far exceeds the allowable amount for elections," said Nurul Izzah Anwar, the party's vice president and Anwar's daughter. "This is a clear-cut breach of the election law," she told Reuters. Spokesmen for 1MDB and the government did not immediately respond to requests for comment. The PKR said the $645 million amount was more than 26 times the permissible amount allowed under the electoral law. The party, according to a copy of its suit seen by Reuters, wants the judiciary to declare that Najib and 1MDB had acted illegally and the ruling National Front coalition should be de-registered and a fresh election called. The suit names Najib, 1MDB, the Election Commission and the secretary general of the Najib's United Malays National Organisation's (UMNO), the dominant party in the coalition. Anwar, a former finance minister and deputy prime minister, was jailed in February for five years for sodomizing a former male aide. He denies the charge, calling the case a conspiracy by Najib's government to cripple the opposition.
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MALAYSIA 1MDB Big Scandal Part 6

MALAYSIA 1MDB Big Scandal Part 6

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Shafie refuses to comment on actress vs driver scandal

Shafie refuses to comment on actress vs driver scandal

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Rural and Regional Development Minister Shafie Apdal has refused to comment on the legal battle between a driver and actress Zahida Mohamed Rafiq, whom he is accused of having an affair with.
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Ex-Playboy Model Accused of Affair With Donald Trump: I Have Class and Integrity

Ex-Playboy Model Accused of Affair With Donald Trump: I Have Class and Integrity

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The Playboy Playmate who reportedly had an affair with Donald Trump while he was married to Melania has weighed in on the controversy. The Wall Street Journal claims Karen McDougal, who was Playmate of the Year 1998, had an affair with Trump in 2006. A rep for the playmate told Inside Edition she "never discusses her private life." She was reportedly paid $150,000 by The National Enquirer in August. The tabloid allegedly killed the story as a favor to Trump.
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