The judiciary acquits Amr Adeeb of the accusation of insulting and defaming Muhammad Ramadan
The Sheikh Zayed Appellate Misdemeanor Court in Egypt acquitted the media, Amr Adib, of the charges of insulting and defaming the artist, Mohamed Ramadan.
The Sheikh Zayed Misdemeanor Court had fined the media, Amr Adib, 10 thousand pounds, and rejected the corresponding civil lawsuit, accusing him of insulting and defaming the artist, Mohamed Ramadan.
The lawsuit filed by lawyer Ahmed El-Gendy as an agent for the artist, Mohamed Ramadan, demanded a compensation of 10,001 pounds.
The lawsuit stated that the journalist, Amr Adib, took advantage of his job and violated the charter of work in it, and wanted to achieve a press scoop and false fame for himself, by directing phrases, words, insults, slander and defamation of the artist, Mohamed Ramadan.
The lawsuit added that Adeeb threatened Ramadan through his media platform, with the intention of undermining his reputation and honor.
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