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In the last week of July 2021, a police force arrested videographer Osama, who filmed the videos of content creator Yasmine Abdel Razek, known as the “Hohos girl.” He was arrested after lawyer Samir Sabry submitted a lawsuit carrying the number 85101 to the public prosecutor’s technical office, accusing Abdel Razek of posting videos violating the public morals and values.

Osama was brought before the West Alexandria Prosecution a day after his arrest. He faced charges of helping Abdel Razek to film and post videos that violated public morals and helped spread immorality and debauchery.

In August 2021, the West Alexandria Prosecution referred Osama, along with Abdel Razek, to the Economic Court in Alexandria, which on 18 September sentenced them to 3 years in prison and ordered them to pay a fine of 200,000 pounds each.

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