Egyptian film star charged with 'inciting immorality' for wearing see-through dress

FILE PHOTO: Egyptian actor Rania Youssef attends the ultimate rite of the 40th version of the Cairo Global Movie Competition on the Opera Area in Cairo, Egypt November 29, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed Soliman

CAIRO (Reuters) – An Egyptian movie superstar faces trial subsequent month selling immorality after attending the Cairo Movie Competition in a see-through get dressed, state-owned on-line newspaper Al-Ahram Gate reported on Saturday.

Rania Youssef will face a tribulation in January in Cairo after receiving quite a few court cases about her apparel, accusing her of inciting immorality and selling vice.

The actress grew to become heads on the ultimate rite of the competition on Thursday when she gave the impression in a black get dressed that revealed what some commentators described as a suit underneath it.

The images of the 44-year-old superstar left social media customers divided, with some calling her names and different protecting her proper to put on what she needs.

“This get dressed and design is named ‘I forgot my trousers whilst going to be venerated,” wrote one Twitter consumer.

Any other consumer mentioned Rania’s look will lend a hand her get extra paintings.

“This access has no less than 15 motion pictures, two tv collection and 13 tv and radio display appearances,” wrote Karim Ahmed on Twitter. “Congratulations.

Any other Twitter consumer writing underneath the title Zakaria MJ frowned on the complaint.

“Rania Youssef is taking a look stunning,” he wrote in a message in English. “I don’t get why everyone is mad at her.”

Reporting via Sami Aboudi and Ahmed Tolba; Writing via Sami Aboudi and Nadine Awadalla

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