Najib's son spotted with Taiwan actress Celia Chang in Taipei's top shopping district

Najib's son spotted with Taiwan actress Celia Chang in Taipei's top shopping district
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PETALING JAYA - Mohd Nazifuddin Najib, the son of former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, was spotted with a Taiwanese actress in Taipei, Taiwan News reported.  

The Taiwanese online portal said that Mohd Nazifuddin went out with Celia Chang after Najib was released on bail following his arrest on July 3 for his role in the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) scandal.  

The report which quoted Apple Daily said Mohd Nazifuddin was seen dining at a steakhouse and having a massage at a top luxury shopping district near Taipei 101 on Thursday (July 5).  

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The couple apparently spent more than three hours at the steak restaurant eating and drinking red wine.  

It also said that after dining at the steakhouse, they proceeded to the massage parlour and had a candlelight dinner.  

The report also said that the couple then chilled at a pub for two hours before heading to the Grand Hyatt Taipei hotel at 1am.  

However, the report said Chang’s spokesman had clarified that Mohd Nazifuddin was only a "friend of hers" and she had acted as his guide during his trip in Taipei.  

Mohd Nazifuddin reportedly flew back to Malaysia on Friday (July 6).

Former Malaysia PM Najib charged with corruption

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    Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is expected to face several charges for committing offences under two Acts, sources said.

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    "We believe Najib will be charged under the Anti Money-Laundering Act and the Penal Code," a source told The Star yesterday.

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    Other sources said Najib is expected to face four counts of committing criminal breach of trust and anti-money laundering charges involving a total of RM42mil and believed to be linked to the SRC International Sdn Bhd case.

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    Yesterday, Najib was arrested at his house in Jalan Lang­gak Duta in Kuala Lumpur at about 3pm and was whisked to the MACC headquarters in Putrajaya about an hour later.

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