Today, Sunday, the Cairo Economic Court of Appeal is examining the appeal submitted by Sama Al-Masry to her ruling of two years imprisonment and a fine of 100,000 pounds, in accusation of insulting and defaming the media Reham Saida, as well as two years imprisonment and the payment of 300 thousand pounds in the case 979 for the year 12 judicial economic crimes in assaulting the Community values and post sex videos.
Counselor Marwa Hisham Barakat issued a ruling to punish Sama Al-Masry in the case of insulting and slandering the media, Reham Saeed, with two years imprisonment and a fine of 100,000 pounds, and the “seventh day” obtained the referral order of the accused Samia Ahmed Attia, famous for “Sama Al-Masry” in Case No. 535 of 2020 And the accused of insulting and defaming the media, “Reham Saeed“.
The referral order stated that the defendant Samia Ahmed Attia, better known as “Sama Al-Masry”, made the following charges in August 2019 in the Azbakeya Department of Cairo Governorate:.
– The victim was tossed Reham Amr Hassan Saeed, famously “Reham Said”, that she was assigned to matters that, if they were sincere, would have necessitated her contempt, and this matter included a stab in her presentation, by appearing in a video clip and directing to the victim the phrases shown in a description of the papers, and she sent this section To her friends through the “WhatsApp” application, as described in the investigations.
– She sat on the phone road of the victim, “Reham Saeed”, by directing her the words and expressions offensive to honor and stabbing in the show, by appearing in a video clip in which she directed the phrases described in a description of the papers, and she published this clip by sending it to her friends through the application of “WhatsApp” as indicated by the investigations.
– I became accustomed to family principles and values in the Egyptian society, by appearing in a contrary video clip and sending it to her friends through the application of “WhatsApp“.
– She published information and news through the information network that violated the privacy of the victim, “Reham Saeed”, without her consent, by committing the acts as reported in the first accusation and sending them to her friends through the application of “WhatsApp” as indicated in the investigations.
In the second case, the Cairo Economic Court upheld its ruling of two years imprisonment for Sama al-Masry and a fine of 300,000 pounds, for accusing her of incitement to immorality and immorality, and the First Circuit of the Cairo Economic Court, headed by Counselor Rami Mansour, ruled that Sama al-Masry was sentenced to two years imprisonment and a fine of 300 thousand pounds, for accusation of incitement. On immorality and immorality.
Last May, the referral papers from the Public Prosecution to the Economic Court, of which Al-Youm Al-Sabe received a copy, revealed that on April 24, 2020, the Chief Prosecutor for Financial and Commercial Affairs, which included the indictment against Samia Ahmed Attia Abdel Rahman, the famous b “Sama Al Massri“.
The referral order revealed that in October 2019, in the Department of Azbakeya Department, Cairo Governorate, she published, with the intention of displaying, blasphemous images of public shame by broadcasting through her personal accounts on the social networking sites “Facebook – Instagram – YouTube”, video clips of her highlighting her charms, accompanied by phrases Sexual innuendo and suggestion, in a manner that breaches public decency, and as indicated by the investigations.
The referral order indicated that “Sama Al-Masry” publicly did a scandalous act that violated public shame, by seducing her charms and the phrases, insinuations and pictorial sexual suggestions that she broadcast through her personal accounts on social networking sites, “Facebook – Instagram – YouTube”, as indicated in the investigations of the case.
The accused also announced through her three personal accounts – “Facebook – Instagram – YouTube” – an invitation that includes seduction in a way that draws attention to prostitution by broadcasting video clips in which her charms are highlighted in a way that arouses sexual instincts..
The referral order indicated that the defendant assaulted the general principles and family values of the Egyptian society, by publishing video clips of her through her personal accounts on the social networking sites “Facebook – Instagram – YouTube”, seducing her charms in light of the sexual phrases, insinuations and suggestions that she showed, as shown in the investigations. .