KUALA LUMPUR – Controversial investment scheme JJPTR founder Johnson Lee has finally made an appearance in public.
He appeared at a press conference facilitated by Gerakan, which featured 100 JJPTR investors with disabilities.
At the press conference, Lee declined to take questions from the press, but returned the investments of 10 of these people, saying he would fully the refund the other 90.
Several armed policeman were at the scene here at Jalan Ipoh on Wednesday, but they did not stop Lee from leaving.
JJPTR grabbed the headlines a few weeks ago when its 28-year-old founder claimed that the company had lost US$400mil (RM1.738mil) due to a purported “hacking job.”