TikToker Ayesha Akram has filed a complaint with the Cybercrime Wing of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) regarding immoral films posted on social media that were reportedly published by her associate, Rambo.
An application submitted to the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) by a female TikToker has demanded that the cybercrime wing take action against a 13-member group that has been accused of leaking her filthy videos.
She has named her associate Rambo, Ali Shah aka Khan Baba, and 13 others as suspects in a felony investigation.
After conducting a merit-based investigation, the Cybercrime Wing of the Federal Investigation has informed her that justice will be served and that action will be taken against the offenders.
According to reports, police on Monday purportedly acquired audiotapes featuring a conversation between female TikToker Ayesha Akram and her partner, Rambo, in which the latter can be heard blackmailing the former.
Police have seized seven audio tapes from the cell phone of Amir Sohail nicknamed Rambo, an accomplice of a female TikToker who was sexually harassed at the Minar-e-Pakistan, according to the circumstances of the case.
On one of the audio recordings, the associate can be heard threatening Ayesha Akram with the release of her filthy videos on websites.
In a statement, DIG Investigation verified the retrieval of audio and video evidence from the suspect’s mobile phone, and stated that they had sent the evidence off to a forensic laboratory for authentication.