MACC to get info from US DoJ for its investigation into Rohana.
It is learnt that she arrived at the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) headquarters at 9am on Monday (Feb 28).
Sources said Rohana spent about three hours with graft investigators, where she was likely to have explained the contents of the documents that she had brought along.
However, it is not known what the documents were.
This was the second time that Rohana was called by graft investigators following testimony by Tim Leissner in a US federal court in the trial of Malaysian Roger Ng, accused of conspiring to launder money and violate an anti-bribery law involving 1MDB funds.
On Feb 24, Rohana was summoned by the MACC for her statement to be recorded.
The MACC had issued a freeze order on assets and a bank account belonging to Rohana.
The freeze order was made as graft investigators began to probe claims of her receiving the house that was bought using money from 1MDB.
Meanwhile, the MACC will make an application to the United States Department of Justice (DoJ) to obtain information from Leissner for its investigation into Rohana.
It was reported that MACC sources said an application would be submitted to the US DoJ to obtain more information on Leissner’s allegations.