Local Businesswoman Fined RM32,500 For Possessing 65 Counterfeit Gucci Bags

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Local Businesswoman Fined RM32,500 For Possessing 65 Counterfeit Gucci Bags

08-Jan-2024
By Ayunie


In Kuala Lumpur's Sessions Court today, a 31-year-old businesswoman, Jenny Chen, received a fine of RM32,500 or six months' imprisonment in default for being in possession of 65 counterfeit Gucci bags last year.


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Judge Norina Zainol Abidin imposed the penalty after Chen pleaded guilty to the offense. The incident took place on February 27th last year at a location in Lorong Haji Taib 3, Off Jalan Raja Laut, around 1:10 pm.


Chen was charged under Section 102(1)(c) of the Trademark Act 2019, related to selling goods with falsely applied trademarks. The charge specifies a penalty not exceeding RM10,000 or a maximum imprisonment of three years for each item, or both, upon conviction.


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Source: The Sun Daily

counterfeit Gucci bags businesswoman RM32 500


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