An Arab series threatened to stop its presentation for a strange reason
The series "Suits in Arabic" is facing a legal crisis that threatens to stop its showing on screens during the month of Ramadan
The series is an Arabized version of the American series with the same name “Suits”, co-starring the American actress, Megan Markle, before her marriage to British Prince Harry.
In an official statement, the Egyptian lawyer’s office, Kamal Shoaib, accused the company that produced the TV series “T-Vision” of not paying the price of the clothes purchased from Orange Square, with an approximate financial value of 2 million and 700 thousand pounds.
"The office announces, in its capacity as the legal advisor to the company" Orangesquare", a pioneer in the trade of suits and men's clothing, that all legal measures have been taken against the "T-Vision" company for media production, represented by Mr. Tariq Al-Janaini, producer of the series "Suits in Arabic". This company covers all the clothes and allowances of the stars of the series “Suits in Arabic”, which is currently broadcast on “CBC”, without paying the price of those clothes and allowances, which amount to an amount of approximately 2 million and 700 thousand Egyptian pounds.
The statement continued, stressing that "all criminal measures are being taken against the representative of the aforementioned company, in addition to setting the nearest session to consider the lawsuit to stop showing the series, until the "Orangesquare" company obtains its full rights, from exploiting its products without paying for it."
Because of the nature of the series' heroes work in a prestigious law firm, they wear elegant and expensive suits.
And the series, starring Aser Yassin, Ahmed Daoud, Mohamed Shaheen, Saba Mubarak, Tara Emad and Reem Mostafa, and written by Mohamed Hefzy, directed by Essam Abdel Hamid, and shown on the encrypted network “OSN” and the Egyptian “CBC” satellite. .
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