Rajaa Al-Jeddawi poisoned me in food and wanted to kill me.. Shocking and fiery confessions made by Etimad Khorshid, who ignited the artistic community?

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        </p><div itemprop="articleBody"><p>More than three months have passed since the death of the Egyptian artist and producer, Etimad Khurshid, at the age of 82.

Etimad Khorshid, who is nicknamed the Black Box, was known for her controversial statements, including her recent statements about the late artist, Rajaa Al-Jeddawi, and accusing her of trying to kill her with poison.

Etemad Khorshid said during her meeting with the Iraqi broadcaster Sari Hosam: “My officer, Ali Noureddine, the prosecutor, told me well that you did not leave the party because you were affected by the poison that killed King Farouk ..

One of them works with him, her name is Rajaa Al-Jeddawi, I said her name remains, and what happens happens is she died, may God have mercy on her.

And she added, “I told Hassan Al-Shafei and he said, ‘You pay 13,000 pounds to die Khurshid’s adoption, and I decided to please all the movie stars so that when I fall they say a heart attack.

And the artist, Etemad Khorshid, sparked a state of wide controversy because of her statements about the late artist, Rajaa Al-Jeddawi, while the audience described these statements as false.

Etimad Khorshid was transferred to the hospital some time ago in a critical condition, and then entered the intensive care room, and after her health condition stabilized, the doctors decided to leave her.

She was born on August 29, 1935, and founded a film production company with Salah Ramses and Lubna Abdel Aziz, and participated in the production of many films.

She also established “Khurshid Etimad Laboratories” for printing and development, which participated in the production of a number of works from the late fifties to the seventies, most notably:

“The Three Bachelors, The Great Adventure, The Belle and the Students.” She also produced films, including: “The Children of the Refuge” and “The Comic Wife Killing Society”.



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