Jho Low tried to get government officials, including Najib Razak, to say he was not involved in the 1MDB scandal after news of it broke in 2015.
The palace had expressed concerns over the role played by Jho Low in TIA which later became 1MDB.
Cradle Fund CEO Nazrin Hassan had lodged a police report in 2015 after his house was broken into, the High Court was told today.
Two NGOs handed over the forensic report by a British firm on the gay sex video implicating Azmin Ali to the Sultan of Selangor.
The prosecution will prove that Cradle Fund CEO Nazrin Hassan was murdered and his body set on fire by his own family to conceal their crime.
High Court judge Collin Lawrence Sequerah reprimanded defence lawyer Muhammad Shafee after Najib was late for proceedings for the second time today.
Najib's former aide said Jho Low gave him US$200,000 as a bridging loan for a home purchase in Kota Damansara in 2010.
Sixty witnesses to testify in Cradle Fund CEO's murder trial.
Mubadala Development Company chief executive Khaldoon Al Mubarak said the Malaysian government made promises to him that were not delivered.