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Juvenile Misdemeanour Court dismisses Moka Hegazy’s appeal and upholds verdict against her of two years in prison

Publish Date : Tuesday, 29 March, 2022
Last Update : Tuesday, 31 May, 2022
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31 May 2022 

Today, the Juvenile Misdemeanour Court of Appeal upheld the verdict issued against Content Creator Nancy Ayman Sobhy, known as “Moka Hegazy,” to two years in prison in connection with Case No. 5459 of 2020 (Juvenile appeal) registered under No. 188 of 2022  (Juvenile Misdemeanour). The Court also amended the verdict of the first charge to put Hegazy under Judicial probation, instead of one year in prison.

On February 24, Juvenile Misdemeanour Court sentenced Hegazy to one year in prison on the charge of practicing prostitution with men without discrimination in return for money, and two years in prison for offering herself in a public manner that contained temptation to practice debauchery.

26 April 2022 “Juvenile Misdemeanour Court to adjudicate Moka Hegazy’s appeal against verdict of 3 years in prison on May 31”

Today, the Juvenile Misdemeanour Court of Appeal set next May 31 as a date to adjudicate the appeal of Content Creator Nancy Ayman Sobhy, known as “Moka Hegazy,” against the verdict issued against her to 3 years in prison in connection with Case No. 5459 of 2020 (Juvenile appeal) registered under No. 188 of 2022  (Juvenile Misdemeanour).

As in today’s hearing, the court heard Hegazy’s defense panel and issued its decision to adjudicate the appeal in the next hearing. Hegazy faces charges of practicing prostitution with men without discrimination in return for money and offering herself in a public manner that contained temptation to practice debauchery; on February 24, Juvenile Misdemeanour Court sentenced Hegazy to one year in prison against the first charge and two years in prison against the second charge.

12 April 2022 “Hearing of Moka Hegazy’s appeal against verdict of 3 years in prison adjourned to Apr 26” 

Today, the Juvenile Misdemeanour Court of Appeal decided to adjourn the hearing of the appeal of Content Creator Nancy Ayman Sobhy, known as “Moka Hegazy,” in connection with Case No. 5459 of 2020 (Juvenile appeal) registered under No. 188 of 2022  (Juvenile Misdemeanour), to next April 26 hearing.

The court’s decision to adjourn the hearing came against submiting the defense’s the following requests, First: to include the prosecution’s investigation file in Case No. 5679 of 2021, which the current case was copied from regarding the charge of practicing prostitution with men without discrimination in return for money, as the defendant is a minor;  which indicates her indecency assault and being a victim in this incident, second: to issue a court record regarding the crime of human trafficking, and third: the court’s permission to issue the criminal record of Hegazy.

On February 24, Juvenile Misdemeanour Court sentenced Hegazy to one year in prison on the charge of practicing prostitution with men without discrimination in return for money, and two years in prison for offering herself in a public manner that contained temptation to practice debauchery.

29 March 2022  “Hearing of Moka Hegazy’s appeal against verdict of 3 years in prison adjourned to April 12”

Today, the Juvenile Misdemeanour Court of Appeal decided to adjourn the hearing of the appeal of Content Creator Nancy Ayman Sobhy, known as “Moka Hegazy” in connection with Case No. 5459 of 2020 (Juvenile appeal) registered under No. 188 of 2022  (Juvenile Misdemeanour), to next April 12 hearing.

On February 24, Juvenile Misdemeanour Court sentenced Hegazy -16 years- to one year in prison against the charge of practicing prostitution with men without discrimination in return for money, and two years for offering herself in a public manner that contained temptation to practice debauchery.

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