Police seek legal opinion for action against female TikToker


The City Police have sought legal opinion from the law department to launch an investigation against TikToker Ayesha Akram and her partner Rambo under Peca Act for making objectionable videos and uploading them on social media on Wednesday.

Police officials said that uploading compromising videos and pictures on social media is a culpable act and if they are proven guilty, they could get seven years imprisonment.

Moreover, Judicial Magistrate Hafiz Khalid granted two-day physical remand of 11 accused including Rambo to the police. The judge sought an investigation report on the next hearing.

On the other hand, family members of Rambo and his co-accused in the Greater Iqbal Park case protested outside courtroom and demanded the court to issue arrest orders of the accused Ayesha Akram.

The protesting families claimed that Ayesha Akram herself stated these persons (11 accused including Rambo) were innocent.

Meanwhile, TikToker Ayesha Akram approached the Cybercrime Wing of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) against her immoral videos uploaded on social media allegedly by her associate, Rambo.

In an application submitted to FIA, the female TikToker has requested the cybercrime wing to take action against the 13-member gang allegedly involved in leaking her obscene videos. She has nominated her associate Rambo, Ali Shah alias Khan Baba and 13 others in FIR.

The Cybercrime Wing of the Federal Investigation has assured her of justice and action against the accused after completing an inquiry on merit.

In an important development into the case, Police on Monday allegedly recovered audiotapes involving a conversation between female TikToker Ayesha Akram and her associate, Rambo, in which the latter could be heard blackmailing the former.

According to details, the police have recovered seven audio tapes from the mobile phone of Amir Sohail aka Rambo, an associate of female TikToker who was sexually harassed at Minar-e-Pakistan.

The associate could be heard in the audios threatening Ayesha Akram to leak her obscene videos on online platforms.

DIG Investigation confirmed recovery of audio and video evidence from the suspect’s mobile, saying that they had sent them to a forensic laboratory to verify their authenticity.

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