Boy Iman Remanded Again over House That Was Never Built

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Actor-turned-pro­perty developer Datuk Noru­liman A Rahman, popularly known as Boy Iman, has been arrested again.

The remand order against the DBI Properties managing director came from the Ampang Magistrate Court.

“We received a report from a woman who claims to have had dealings with DBI Properties.

“She claims to have signed agreements to build a bungalow house,” Ampang Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Hamzah Alias said yesterday.

He added that the woman paid RM10,000 in cash as well as transferred RM50,000 to the company.

“Payment was made but the house that was promised was never built,” he said.

Noruliman, 38, was first arrested on Oct 3, 2017. He is one of three suspects in an alleged scam where houses were offered at below-market prices to buyers, causing losses of up to RM6.2 million.


According to Harian Metro, more than 210 reports nationwide have been recorded by victims on their claims of the housing scheme fraud involving DBI Properties.

Noruliman had previously been remanded in among others Shah Alam, Muar, Sungai Petani and Kubang Pasu.

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