Kuala Lumpur, Sept 25 (ANI): Tired of being called a gold digger, S. Usharani, the second wife of missing Malay-Indian businessman A. Muthuraja has accused her in-laws of coveting her husband's wealth.
"They have been against me since we got married. They wanted my husband's property from the beginning. My husband's property does not matter to me. If they want it so badly, they can have it," The Star quoted Usharani, as saying.
She claimed that her husband was in dispute with his family a few months before he went missing. Alleging that her in-laws talk ill of her, she also denied allegations that she was having marital problems.
However, A. Ramalakshmi had claimed that her son Muthuraja was not on good terms with Usharani and that he wanted to leave her but could not as she had threatened him with suicide.
Muthuraja was reported missing early this year and his disappearance has been linked to the suspects in the murder of cosmetics queen Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya and three others.
Earlier, Usharani, accompanied by Kapar MP S. Manikavasagam, had reportedly submitted a handphone containing important recordings of a telephone conversation and a memorandum to the Bukit Aman police headquarters. (ANI)