The Egyptian media, Amr Adib, submitted an appeal against the ruling issued against him by the Sheikh Zayed Misdemeanour Court, with a fine of 10,000 pounds, in the lawsuit brought by the artist, Mohamed Ramadan, against him, accusing him of insulting and slandering him.
The media’s defense, Amr Adib, confirmed in press statements, “The ruling issued by the Sheikh Zayed Misdemeanour Court is not a final judgment, and it will be appealed to the Sheikh Zayed Misdemeanour Appellant tomorrow,” noting that “the Court of First Instance did not respond to the civil plaintiff’s requests with the articles of indictment that stipulate Obligatory detention, and the court decided to impose a fine, which will be appealed.
In his lawsuit, Ramadan demanded a compensation of 100,000 pounds and one, temporary compensation for the damages he sustained as a result of Adeeb’s attack on him in an episode of his “Al-Hekaya” program, which he criticized after publishing the “money” video after losing the case of pilot Ashraf Abu Al-Yusr.
And the lawsuit newspaper stated, “The first advertiser, Amr Adib, took advantage of his job as a journalist and violated the work charter, so he wanted to achieve a media scoop and false fame, so he directed phrases, words, insults, slander, defamation and threats to the student and broadcast this through his media platform.”
According to the lawsuit, “It was intended to harm the reputation and honor and insult his family, and he took up a public issue in a personal capacity and allowed himself to insult the student and insult and insult his family.”
Source: “Cairo 24”