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Citing information received from Malaysian authorities, Indonesian police chief Tito Karnavian said Siti Aisyah, 25, was paid to be involved in "Just for Laughs" style pranks, a reference to a popular hidden camera show.

He said she and another woman performed stunts that involved convincing men to close their eyes and then spraying them with water.

He is believed to have two sons and a daughter with two women living in Beijing and Macau.

"If there is no claim by next-of-kin and upon exhausting all avenues (to obtain DNA), we will finally then hand over the body to the (North Korean) embassy," Adul Samah Mat, a senior Malaysian police official, said Friday. Kim Jong Nam reportedly fell out of favor in Pyongyang in 2001, when he was caught trying to enter Japan on a false passport to visit Tokyo Disneyland.

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"She was not aware that it was an assassination attempt by alleged foreign agents." North Korean officials made no public comments for several days, but they privately demanded custody of the body and strongly objected to an autopsy.

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But senior Malaysian police official Abdul Samah Mat denied the second autopsy had taken place.

"No such thing as a second post-mortem," he said, adding that the results of the first autopsy were not yet released.

Without citing much in the way of evidence, observers including South Korea pointed to the obvious culprit in Monday's attack: Kim's half brother, Kim Jong Un, who has executed or purged a slew of high-level officials since taking power in 2011.