For the most part, these stories are unverified.
Last night, Rosmah responded to those "internet stories".
"They are slanderous allegations and are not true."
Here's from Malaysiakini:
Those who need clarifications should ask her directly, she said.
“Whatever you read on the Internet, don’t telan bulat-bulat (take it as it is),” the Star quoted her as saying today.
"I guarantee that all the stories on the Internet about me are not true,” she said in her speech at a charity event in Kuala Lumpur last night.
Rosmah was responding to certain allegations about her published recently on the Internet and expressed disappointment that some resorted to deceit.
However, she did not detail the allegations against her.
“When I am patient and quiet, people resort to slander. I kept quiet previously thinking that people can decide for themselves but now even ridiculous stories are being believed.
“Fitnah (Slander) is not a small sin that can be easily forgiven especially when it involves trying to bring disrepute to others,” she said.
“Don’t believe those who use deceit to get positions. They are willing to fool the community to get what they want. May Allah forgive them and may they return to the right path,” Rosmah added.