Second wave of sex video, images out, less than two hours after Azmin’s denial

Azmin said he has told his lawyers to take appropriate legal action against those who made the allegations and other perpetrators. — Picture by Mukhriz Hazim
Azmin said he has told his lawyers to take appropriate legal action against those who made the allegations and other perpetrators. — Picture by Mukhriz Hazim

KUALA LUMPUR, June 12 — A new gay sex video and images targeting Datuk Seri Azmin Ali were released to the media and Pakatan Harapan (PH) leaders this evening, barely two hours after the minister decried the personal attack against him.

Several media personnel, including one Malay Mail reporter, and the politicians were added at around 7pm to a new WhatsApp group which subsequently forwarded one video and two images of homosexual sex.

The group was named “Azmin ali part 2/4”, implying that there could be two more releases in the future.

Yesterday, several videos of roughly 90 seconds each began circulating on social media which depicted a man performing sexual acts on another man who allegedly resembles the minister.

The videos were first spread to journalists on a WhatsApp group purposely created for it, where several screenshots of bank transactions believed to be doctored with Azmin’s name were also attached.

In response, Azmin has categorically denied he was purportedly the man in a gay sex video widely shared across social media networks this week, claiming it was a “vicious libel” against him.

The economics affairs minister said he has also told his lawyers to take appropriate legal action against those who made the allegations and other perpetrators, and he will use all legal means available to expose the culprits behind the alleged plot.

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