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Including Haifa Wehbe and Tamer Hosni, artists involved in the "Fairmont Nile City" case.

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Artists implicated in a rape case known as "Vimont Nile City" Artists implicated in a rape case known as "Vimont Nile City" Photo source: - Compilation of news visibility from Google

Egyptian news vision: - An Egyptian lawyer filed a report with the Attorney General, requesting that several artists and celebrities be investigated in the case of gang rape that took place at the Fairmont Nile City Hotel, which took place in 2014.

In addition to nine defendants, the lawyer demanded investigations of Haifa Wehbe, Tamer Hosni, Bossi, Rami Ayyash, Mahmoud al-Laithi, and Sophinar.

The lawyer accused these artists of complicity in the crime because they know that they are organizing these parties to increase the number of participants in them and that they should be punished according to the law, according to his opinion.

The Egyptian lawyer added, "After verifying the evidence, these are considered accomplices in the crimes of organizing group sex parties, because they were present at the crime scene at the time of the crime, and they were playing a role in the organizational process of committing the crime, and though the organizers and in cooperation with the hotel manager they were involved in Mock concerts. "

The Egyptian Public Prosecution decided to imprison the defendants Ahmed Al-Ganzouri and Nazli Mustafa Karim - the daughter of Noha Al-Amrousi - for four days pending the investigation of the sexual assault case known in the media as the "Vermont Case".

This comes after preliminary investigations revealed new details about the incident related to the collective rape of a girl by several young men, which turned the case around.

She pointed out that the facts were contrary to what was promoted, as investigations revealed the involvement of the largest network of perversion in the case, and the daughter of the artist and a famous lawyer is behind her release in this way.

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