A well-known Egyptian artist recounted the story of the harassment of the American University in Cairo, “Ahmed Bassam Zaki”, among the more than 100 girls of the university students who fell victim to his sexual harassment throughout their school years there.
And the young artist Lala Faddah has sparked widespread controversy on various social media sites, after she narrated her story with the harasser Ahmed Bassam Zaki, after a scandal harassed him with more than 100 girls from the American University.
The young artist, Lala Fadda, said through the feature of storyboards, on her account of the famous Instagram photo and video site, that she knew this young man, and they talked together before, and it was possible that he was one of his victims.
And she continued: “You are aware of the written? The idea is that this person talked to me once and twice before, I could have been anywhere in any country like some of your companions or your sister. Whatever you know, it could be the place of girls states.”
She added: “I do not want to hear anyone saying this is the reason. I do not want anyone saying that it is forbidden for his future, enough enough and talked about this issue more and more because unfortunately this animal’s family raised a case against the first girl who spoke of defamation.”
Lala Fadda is the daughter of celebrity photographer Khaled Fadda, she studied at the Institute of Music at the American University.
She is a composer and musician, who performs a different kind of “underground” music, and one of her most prominent songs is a song called “A Bedtime Story.”
She is also an actress who stole the attention in the series “Al-Prince” starring the star Mohamed Ramadan, and this work is her second experience in the field of acting after she participated two years ago in a short film called “Azzuma Al-Layla D”.
On Thursday, social media as well as in the Egyptian media spread dramatic accounts of a heinous sexual harassment crime that affected more than 100 girls at the American University in Cairo, amid calls to hold the accused accountable.
Source: social media