Lebanese Jeweller Claims No Trace of 40 Items Worth US$13.6M Sent to Rosmah

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Only four items worth slightly more than US$1 million with cops.

Lim Huey Teng/Malaysiakini

After inspecting photographs of the 12,000 pieces of jewellery seized from residences linked to Najib Abdul Razak, a Lebanese jeweller claimed that only four of the 44 items it had sent to the former premier’s wife Rosmah Mansor are in police custody.

In view of this, Global Royalty Trading’s (SAL) lawyer David Gurupatham said he is amending the statement of claim with regard to the firm’s RM60 million suit filed against Rosmah in June last year over the 44 pieces.

“We are stating in the amended statement of claim that only four items are in police custody.

“The four items are a diamond pear-shaped ring worth US$325,000, a diamond oval ring (US$125,000), a diamond oval bracelet (US$444,000) and a diamond emerald bracelet (US$220,500),” he told Malaysiakini. – Malaysiakini