Nora Danish denies $3m bungalow was gift for her

Nora Danish denies $3m bungalow was gift for her

Actress Nora Danish (pic) has refuted allegations that the RM7.2mil (S$3 million) luxury bungalow bought by Nedim Nazri Aziz was a present for her, reported Sinar Harian.

"As far as I know, he bought a bungalow house and a luxury car for his mother and he did not pay for it alone.

"I pity him that everything that he does will be linked to me," said Nora, when asked about rumours that Nedim had bought a RM7.2mil house as a present for her.

The actress hoped that her explanation would stop rumours that had linked her with the issue.

Nora admitted she was close to Nedim, the son of Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Aziz, but denied allegations that she had befriended him because of his wealth.

"Many had accused me of being close to Nedim because of his status, wealth and because he is a minister's son.

"But if they think carefully, why would I want to date someone who is rich, or a son of a minister, as past experience had thought me a lot."

Asked why she had decided to be friends when negative reports seemed to swirl around Nedim, Nora replied: "I understand that he is known for his personal life, but I have known him for seven years, and Nedim is a good guy and charitable person."

Although she is quite open about their relationship, Nora said that she could not reveal any more details about their status.

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