A report from Ashraf Zaki against Menna Arafa's husband, accused of defaming Rogina

 The head of the Artists Syndicate in Egypt, Ashraf Zaki, filed a complaint against Mahmoud Mahdi, the husband of the artist, Menna Arafa, on charges of “defaming” his wife, Rogina.

And in details, Shaaban Saeed, the lawyer of the artist Ashraf Zaki, issued a report accusing Mahmoud Mahdi of defaming the captain’s wife, the artist Rogina, through the social networking site, where the investigations of the Dokki Police Department in the Giza Security Directorate received this communication, the record was registered, and all necessary legal measures were taken regarding it. The incident and presentation to the Public Prosecution to initiate investigations.

According to "Cairo 24".

The artist Ashraf Zaki revealed the details of submitting a complaint to the Attorney General against Mahmoud Al-Mahdi, because of the abuse directed at many Egyptian artists, pointing out that “many artists submitted communications to the Attorney General, due to the statements of the so-called Mahmoud Al-Mahdi against them, which dealt with the infringement of some of them with many words. And the Supreme Media Council’s move is the second measure against intrusion.”

The Supreme Council for Organization and Information, headed by Karam Jabr, had decided to close Mahmoud al-Mahdi’s accounts on “Facebook” and “Instagram”, for “violating media codes and standards, and broadcasting publications representing slander, slander and stalking of complainants, and insulting the profession of art and those in charge of it,” after examining the complaint. Presented to the council by the Syndicate of Representative Professions, Ashraf Zaki, on April 7, 2022, as Mahmoud Al-Mahdi had attacked the artist Ashraf Zaki in one of the programs, saying: “Eh, Ashraf Zaki, for holding the Syndicate of Representative Professions and most of his roles as extras, and this does not shame him.”

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