Source: Cairo – Ashraf Abdel Hamid
The First Chamber of the Cairo Economic Misdemeanor Court, today, Saturday, punished the Egyptian dancer Sama Al-Masry with three years in prison and a fine of 300,000 pounds for accusing her of inciting immorality and debauchery.
The Egyptian Public Prosecutor had ordered the imprisonment of Samia Ahmed Attia Abdel-Rahman and her fame Sama Al-Masry for accusing her of publishing pictures and video clips of her disingenuous of public modesty through her own accounts on social media websites, publicly displaying shameful acts, and announcing in advanced ways an invitation that includes a lure of prostitution.
The Public Prosecution accused the dancing of attacking family principles and values in Egyptian society, establishing, managing and using these sites and accounts on the information network with the aim of committing breaching crimes.
Egyptian security forces arrested the dancer at the end of April.
The prosecution then ordered an investigation with her, after a number of lawyers, in addition to the announcer Reham Saeed, submitted reports against her after she published pornographic pictures and videos on her account on Facebook, with the aim of what they considered “arousing instincts,” accusing the artist of “hitting all human values and religious beliefs.” “.
One of the attorneys confirmed that Al-Masry’s publication of this image aims “to fame and to achieve the largest percentage of views, which would bring him huge financial gains.”
It is noteworthy that the name of Sama Al-Masry has been associated with battles and issues with public and artistic figures and pioneers of the communication sites, due to her statements, pictures and videos.