New developments have emerged in the case of Egyptian business woman Mona Ghadhban, who was suspended for alleged appearance in a pornographic film with director and parliamentarian Khaled Youssef.
"I want you in a work of art because your face (photogenic), and then the relationship has evolved into a love story and then we got married in a traditional way," he said.
"I have nothing to do with the disclosure of the video … I was very afraid to see what was happening on social networking sites, and I called and told me that he did not know how to lose."
"I was married to him and I did not know he would shoot me in the bedroom.
Prosecutors have decided to detain Ghadban for four days in custody because of his appearance in a sex video with Khaled Youssef and have highlighted a traditional marriage contract dating back to 2015.
Source: Egyptian media