Shamsulbahrin merekodkan pengakuan itu selepas didakwa di Mahkamah Sesyen Kuala Lumpur hari ini.
Beliau didakwa menipu Mohamad Salleh supaya menyerahkan cek bernilai RM1.755 juta di Solaris Mont Kiara pada 25 November hingga 6 Disember 2011.
Beliau juga didakwa atas tuduhan menjanjikan Mohamad Salleh untuk memberikan “khidmat perundingan” yang diketahuinya tidak boleh ditunaikan, untuk satu jumlah bayaran.
Beliau didakwa melakukan perbuatan di satu restoran di Bukit Tunku, Kuala Lumpur.
Lelaki yang memiliki beberapa syarikat termasuk perkhidmatan limosin itu direman polis dan diserahkan kepada SPRM pada 22 Disember.
Mohamad Salleh telah menafikan kaitan keluarga antara "Datuk" berkenaan dengan dirinya dan juga isterinya, menteri pembangunan wanita dan keluarda Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil.
A man who claimed to be a 'datuk' today pleaded not guilty to cheating the director of National Feedlot Corporation of almost RM2 million in consultation fees.
Shamsulbahrin Ismail, 45(above pic-smiling), is charged with two counts of cheating under Section 420 of the Penal Code at the Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court.
Shamsulbahrin is charged with cheating NFC director Mohamad Salleh Ismail into handing over cheques worth RM1.755 million at Solaris Mont Kiara on Nov 25 to Dec 6, 2011.
He is also charged with cheating by promising Mohamad Salleh "consultancy services" which he knew he could not deliver, in order to charge a fee, at a restaurant in Bukit Tunku, Kuala Lumpur.
Shamsulbahrin, who was dressed in a blue striped shirt and a blazer, appeared calm.
He was first arrested on Dec 22 for attempting to bribe police investigating officers in the NFC probe, and had his remand extended several times this week.
Shamsulbahrin, who owns several companies including a limousine service outlet, was under police remand and handed over to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission on Dec 22. If found guilty, Shamsulbahrin faces a jail term between one and 10 years.Mohamad Salleh (left), who is NFC chairperson, has denied that the “datuk” was related to him or his wife, Women, Family and Community Development Minister Shahrizat Abdul Jalil.
The NFC fiasco hogged national attention following the 2010 Auditor-General’s Report saying that NFC had failed to comply with the objectives of its formation after a soft loan of RM250 million was given by the government.
Go after those thieves who carted away RM250 million, if you guys in PDRM and MACC ada teloq!!!!
Yang depa gaduh si 'Datuk' ni tipu suami Sharizat Jalil. Ini yang syarikat suami Sharizat Jalil menipu rakyat tentang ternak lembu NFC macam mana pula?