Thursday, April 18, 2024

Ayesha Akram, a TikToker, makes a statement before the FIA

TikToker Ayesha Akram recorded her testimony with the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Sunday in connection with a blackmailing case involving her associate, Rambo, who used her immoral videos to blackmail her.

Ayesha Akram claimed in her statement before the FIA that Rambo, together with a man named Khan Baba, blackmailed her by utilising footage with her fiance as a form of blackmail.

According to Ayesha’s allegation, Khan Baba lives in Wah Cantonment and uses the name Anaya on social media. Ayesha says Khan Baba lives in Wah Cantonment and uses the name Anaya on social media.

Read more: Ayesha Akram in trouble, making her own inappropriate videos

According to sources, the TikToker said she had given Rs1 million to Rambo because he had been blackmailing her, but she failed to offer any evidence to the FIA.

In response to her immoral movies posted on social media by her accused associate, Rambo, TikToker Ayesha Akram called the Cybercrime Wing of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) for assistance.

A female TikToker asked the Financial Intelligence Agency (FIA) to investigate a 13-person group accused of leaking her obscene recordings.

Read more: Ayesha Akram complains to FIA about her leaked videos

According to reports, authorities have acquired audiotapes of a conversation between female TikToker Ayesha Akram and her partner, Rambo, in which the latter can be heard blackmailing the former. This is a significant development in the case.

Amir Sohail alias Rambo, an accomplice of a female TikToker who was sexually harassed at Minar-e-Pakistan, had seven audio tapes from his mobile phone, according to the police. The tapes were seized by the police from Amir Sohail’s phone, which had seven audio cassettes on it.

Read more: Iqrar ul Hassan apologized for supporting Ayesha Akram

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