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Yes, "Designing the truth," how true and appropriately put by the Sydney Herald, that is the sub heading under which you'd find the comments on this story about Rosmah's alleged, "lavish A$100,000 (approximately MYR 322329.70 ) spending spree" in Sydney.
Rosmah's immediate reaction was one of denial, claiming that the report was all "rubbish" and it was, ''wildly exaggerated' and she was a ''victim'' adding that Kapp (the designer whom she had gone to make her purchases) would be issuing a statement on the affair.
Kapp is the designer who is caught smack right in the middle of this whole story.
The story first appeared in respected Australian fashion journalist Patty Huntington's Frockwriter website after Kapp's Sydney publicity firm, Little Hero, pitched the story to Huntington, along with two other media outlets. So this story had been pitched and publicised before it was picked up by PS the reporter from the SMH.
It is reported that, "When PS called, Kapp was only too happy to talk about FLOM, even posing for a photo having already crowed about his new VIP muse on his Facebook page, though it was mysteriously deleted" once Rosmah issued her denials saying, "Kapp would be issuing a statement' "
(Notice how things mysteriously disappear, including some immigration records here in .)
PS also reports that Rosamh was introduced to Kapp on New Year's eve as the First lady of Malaysia.