However, the cosmetic entrepreneur whose real name is Muhammad Sajjad Kamaruz Zaman was released on bail.
Newspaper daily Metro reported that Nur Sajat was detained on September 8 after Thai authorities received information about his whereabouts from Malaysian authorities.
Citing a source, the report said Nur Sajat had been detained along with a transgender Thai in a luxury condominium in Bangkok by immigration authorities.
“On June 4, Thai Immigration authorities discovered Nur Sajat’s hideout in Bangkok,” the source said, as reported by The Star, Monday (20/9/2021).
“After some intelligence gathering, the raid was carried out on September 8 at around 6pm.”
“Nur Sajat was arrested and the inspection showed that he was wanted by the Malaysian authorities,” the source continued.
The report noted that Nur Sajat was indicted in a Thai court for immigration-related offenses and released on bail of RM8,343 on September 10 which was paid by local residents.
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