Rosmah Claimed To Be A Naturally Gifted Accountant With A Recording Album In 2013
She explained how she "earned and saved so much" in her 2013 autobiography.
Australian news and entertainment website news.com.au reported on the autobiography of Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor yesterday, 22 May
The report mainly detailed Rosmah's extravagant spending spree over the years following a raid at Pavilion Residences last Friday, 18 May.
According to news.com.au, Rosmah responded to criticisms of her spending in her 2013 autobiography, published by Yayasan Amanah Perdana Malaysia.
"I have bought some jewellery and dresses with my own money. What is wrong with that?" Rosmah questioned.
Rosmah also explained her earnings and savings in the book, reported news.com.au
Rosmah was reported as writing that she was a "naturally gifted accountant", and had released her own recording album.
She alleged that she earned millions from the album although it was not released to the public.
Rosmah added that government ministers, who were big fans of her singing talent, purchased her album.
Previously, Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad reportedly suggested the 180-page autobiography to be distributed to schools
Malaysiakini reported that Mahathir launched the book in 2013, and sympathised with Rosmah over the lies and attacks she faced.
"I always say that our leaders should write more about their experiences and observations," Mahathir was quoted as saying by Malaysiakini.
"This is a good book that will serve as guidance for the next generation 100 or 200 years from now... this is to make sure that our children are able to read from the other side as well," he added.