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Cairo University spokesman, Dr. Mahmoud Alam El Din, revealed the university’s position on the student Hanin Hosam, after she was arrested on charges of “trafficking in human beings,” this morning, Tuesday, stressing that Hanin Hosam will be dealt with from the point of view of the law, noting that it was suspended Restricted until a final ruling is issued.
Alam El Din indicated, in a telephone interview to the “Tahrir Hall” program, broadcast on “Sada Al-Balad” channel and presented by the media, Azza Mustafa, that after her arrest today and setting a date for her retrial, the final verdict will be awaited; Stressing that the university expels any student who commits dishonorable act
Alameddine pointed out that exams are currently taking place at Cairo University, and its legal position will be determined, taking into account the human dimension.
Security forces arrested Haneen Hosam, the “Tik Tok Girl,” hours after she appeared in a new video on the Tik Tok channel in the early hours of this morning, Tuesday, in Shubra, Qalyubia Governorate.
Haneen Hosam appeared in the early hours of Tuesday morning, after she was sentenced to 10 years in prison, and said: “I have never harmed anyone. You made a mistake, and I swear by God Almighty, I did not make a mistake in the first place, and I, you group, did an application for you, and there is no forbidden need and all people do it.”
On Sunday, the Cairo Criminal Court in the Fifth Settlement area had sentenced Haneen Hosam, the tik tok girl, to 10 years in prison and a fine of 200,000 pounds, and also decided to a strict prison sentence of 6 years and a fine of 200,000 pounds. Confiscation of all the seized items used in the filming and obligating them to pay the judicial fees.
After arresting Haneen Hossam “Tik Tok Girl”, in order to implement the sentence issued against her to 10 years in prison and a fine of 200,000 pounds for her accusation of “human trafficking”, Haneen Hosam faces 5 charges, which are:
1- Attacking the values and principles of the Egyptian family and society.
2- Participating with others in luring girls and exploiting them through live broadcasts.
3- Committing the crime of human trafficking.
4- Receiving bank transfers from the application administration in return for the viewing it achieved.
5- Publishing videos that incite immorality to increase the percentage of followers, and membership in the “WhatsApp” group to receive assignments to exploit girls, as well as encouraging teenage girls to broadcast similar videos, escaping from justice and trying to hide and encrypt their phones and accounts.