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Actress Faces Five Years In Prison For Her Revealing Dress

Egypt_webShe could be jailed for up to five years.

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An Egyptian actress is going on trial on charges of ‘inciting immorality’ after wearing an ‘obscene’ dress to the Cairo Film Festival.

Rania Youssef, 45, could face up to five years in jail if found guilty, a judicial source told AFP.

Youseff, who wore a black lace dress that exposed most of her legs, said she would not have worn the dress if she had known how much controversy it would have caused, BBC News reports.

Rania posted a ‘statement and clarification’ on Facebook in Arabic (translated by Google):

Respecting the feelings of every Egyptian family angered by the dress I wore at the closing ceremony of the Cairo International Film Festival, I would like to emphasize that I did not mean to appear in a way that angered and angered many who considered the dress inappropriate. I could have appreciated it as I wore the dress for the first time and did not expect to provoke all this anger.

The opinions of fashion designers and fashion specialists often affect the choice of clothing choices, and they may have taken into account that we are in an international festival.

I did not expect everything that happened and I knew when I was wearing the dress
Here I reiterate my adherence to the values ​​and ethics that we have raised in the Egyptian society, which have been and will continue to be respected.

I am proud to be an artist with a good and positive balance with my fans. I hope that everyone will understand my good intentions and my desire to anger anyone. God willing, I will be at the good of everyone.

I also cherish the membership of the Artists’ Union, its enlightenment role, its protection of values ​​and its defense of art.

The charges were brought by lawyers Amro Abdelsalam and Samir Sabri, who are known for taking celebrities to court.

Sabri told AFP:

Youssef’s appearance did not meet societal values, traditions and morals and therefore undermined the reputation of the festival and the reputation of Egyptian women in particular.

Last year singer Shaimaa Ahmed was jailed for two years for appearing in a music video in her underwear while suggestively eating a banana.

Another Egyptian singer was controversially held for ‘inciting debauchery’ in January this year. Laila Amer was detained after her music video showed her dancing and allegedly making suggestive gestures.

Fans have expressed their discomfort with Rania’s trial, saying:

Wondering what’s happening in Egypt? Actress Rania Youssef wore this dress to the Cairo International Film Festival.

A group of lawyers then took it upon themselves to submit a legal complaint against Rania for what they have determined to be too revealing for a dress.

Another wrote:

Egyptian actress Rania Youssef charged over revealing dress.

Terrible that what a woman wears is seen to incite others (ie men) and that she is seen to be responsible and therefore culpable.

Some people think she disrespected the Islamic culture of Egypt, while others think she should be able to wear what she wants to wear.

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Actress Faces Five Years In Prison For Her Revealing Dress

Egypt_webShe could be jailed for up to five years.

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Rania YoussefRania Youssef/Instagram

An Egyptian actress is going on trial on charges of ‘inciting immorality’ after wearing an ‘obscene’ dress to the Cairo Film Festival.

Rania Youssef, 45, could face up to five years in jail if found guilty, a judicial source told AFP.

Youseff, who wore a black lace dress that exposed most of her legs, said she would not have worn the dress if she had known how much controversy it would have caused, BBC News reports.

Rania posted a ‘statement and clarification’ on Facebook in Arabic (translated by Google):

Respecting the feelings of every Egyptian family angered by the dress I wore at the closing ceremony of the Cairo International Film Festival, I would like to emphasize that I did not mean to appear in a way that angered and angered many who considered the dress inappropriate. I could have appreciated it as I wore the dress for the first time and did not expect to provoke all this anger.

The opinions of fashion designers and fashion specialists often affect the choice of clothing choices, and they may have taken into account that we are in an international festival.

I did not expect everything that happened and I knew when I was wearing the dress
Here I reiterate my adherence to the values ​​and ethics that we have raised in the Egyptian society, which have been and will continue to be respected.

I am proud to be an artist with a good and positive balance with my fans. I hope that everyone will understand my good intentions and my desire to anger anyone. God willing, I will be at the good of everyone.

I also cherish the membership of the Artists’ Union, its enlightenment role, its protection of values ​​and its defense of art.

The charges were brought by lawyers Amro Abdelsalam and Samir Sabri, who are known for taking celebrities to court.

Sabri told AFP:

Youssef’s appearance did not meet societal values, traditions and morals and therefore undermined the reputation of the festival and the reputation of Egyptian women in particular.

Last year singer Shaimaa Ahmed was jailed for two years for appearing in a music video in her underwear while suggestively eating a banana.

Another Egyptian singer was controversially held for ‘inciting debauchery’ in January this year. Laila Amer was detained after her music video showed her dancing and allegedly making suggestive gestures.

Fans have expressed their discomfort with Rania’s trial, saying:

Wondering what’s happening in Egypt? Actress Rania Youssef wore this dress to the Cairo International Film Festival.

A group of lawyers then took it upon themselves to submit a legal complaint against Rania for what they have determined to be too revealing for a dress.

Another wrote:

Egyptian actress Rania Youssef charged over revealing dress.

Terrible that what a woman wears is seen to incite others (ie men) and that she is seen to be responsible and therefore culpable.

Some people think she disrespected the Islamic culture of Egypt, while others think she should be able to wear what she wants to wear.

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Kid Rock Under Fire After Calling The View’s Joy Behar A ‘B**ch’ On Live TV

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American singer-songwriter Kid Rock has come under fire, and been ousted as the Nashville Christmas parade Grand Marshall following his TV attack on Joy Behar.

The staunch Republican musician and former spouse of Pamela Anderson called the American comedian a ‘b**ch’ on live TV.

In an interview with Fox News’ Steve Doocy, Kid Rock, real name Bob Richie, expressed a need to ‘get less politically correct’.

Speaking to Fox News, Ritchie said:

People need to calm down, get a little less politically correct and love everybody. Except, I would say, screw that Joy Behar b**ch’

Immediately Doocy gives Ritchie a telling off for cursing on air and reassures the audience that those views are not shared by Fox News.

After he receives a telling off, Kid Rock apologises for the words he used but maintains he is not sorry for the sentiment.

Responding to Kid Rock’s comments, Joy said on The View:

All I can say is this bitch and all these bitches would be happy to have you on the show for a beer. Come on down.

What is it about me that he feels the need to say that about though? Who am I? I’m just a comedian on a show. Why doesn’t he go after the big shots? Why me?

Following a barrage of criticism for his language used, Kid Rock has defended himself saying ‘Mess with the bull, you get the horns.’

Behar has been an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump and when Myself, Sarah Palin and Ted Nugent visited The…

Posted by Kid Rock on Friday, 30 November 2018

His full Facebook post read:

Behar has been an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump and when Myself, Sarah Palin and Ted Nugent visited The White House last year, Behar called it “the saddest day in in the history of the White House since the British burned it to the ground in 1814.”

Today I said “Screw that Joy Behar b**ch”

Mess with the bull, you get the horns. End of story.

I apologized for cursing on live tv, I will not for my sentiment nor do I expect an apology from her or anyone else who has choice words for me or doesn’t like me.

God Bless America.

Posted by Sarah Palin on Wednesday, 19 April 2017

A portrait of Rock, Nugent and Palin took a dismissive photo in front of Clinton’s portrait in the White House last April, to whcih Behar slammed the trio.

In response to the childish photo, Behar said on The View:

Is this the saddest day in in the history of the White House since the British burned it to the ground in 1814?

Nashville’s mayor dropped Kid Rock from the Christmas parade and replaced him with James Shaw Jr, the so-called Waffle House hero who thwarted a mass shooting in Nashville last spring.

What I’m getting from this is that Kid Rock’s ego was bruised and he thinks of himself as a bull.

God Bless America, ey?

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