The court also imposed a fine of 100,000 pounds each, and placed them under police surveillance for a period of 3 years.
The two defendants, Sherifa Rifaat, best known as Sherry Hanim, and her daughter Noura, known as “Zumoroda”, arrived at the headquarters of the Cairo Economic Misdemeanor Court, held under the presidency of Counselor Marwa Hisham Barakat, before the verdict was issued against the two defendants on charges of assaulting family values and inciting prostitution. .
The Public Prosecution ordered the imprisonment of the two accused “Sherifa” – famously “Sherry Hanim” – and “Nora” – known as “Zomoroda” – for accusing them of assaulting family principles and values in Egyptian society and violating the sanctity of private life, and publishing them with the intention of distributing and displaying images and crude video clips. Public modesty, and their announcement of an invitation that includes temptation to prostitution and draw attention to it, and the habit of one of them to engage in prostitution and incite the other to it and help and facilitate it in that, and its establishment, management and use of accounts for the information network with the aim of committing these crimes.