5 years imprisonment for Haifa Wehbe's business manager in Egypt
An Egyptian court has sentenced Mohamed Waziri, the former director of the work of the Lebanese artist, to five years in prison in the cases of fraud and seizure, which was announced by Haifa Wehbe, thanking the fair Egyptian judiciary.
The artist confirmed, through her official accounts on social networks, that the Zayed Misdemeanor Court in Cairo had sentenced my ministers to five years in prison with work and enforceability, on charges of fraud and seizure with civil compensation and obligating him to expenses and attorney fees, and seizing all his money and property.
My minister has also been referred to the criminal court for the crime of money laundering, which is what the artist is waiting for as a result of a decision.
Haifa Wehbe thanked the team of lawyers who are following up the case.
And she concluded by saying, "This is one of a group of other issues whose rulings are awaiting ... and victory is only from God, praise be to God," so that the curtain falls on the first chapter in the crisis.
Waziri claimed that he was married to Haifa, which the latter denied and accused him of several charges, which are still under discussion before the Egyptian courts.
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