Public Prosecution detains Egyptian businessman for sexually abusing girls in Upper Egypt orphan



Sat, 08 Jan 2022 - 07:17 GMT


Sat, 08 Jan 2022 - 07:17 GMT

CAIRO - 8 January 2021: Egypt's Public Prosecution announced on Saturday detaining businessman Mohamed Al-Amin pending investigations for sexually abusing girls in his orphanage in Upper Egypt’s Beni Suef.

According to a statement by the prosecution, Al-Amin faces the charge of human trafficking and indecent assault.

Police investigations affirmed that Al-Amin had committed the crime, the statement said.

The victims also stressed that Al-Amin used to molest them and take some of them to his villa in North Coast to commit his crime.

An official from the Social Solidarity Ministry also revealed that the victims suffer from post-sexual assault traumas.

Al-Amin is a prominent Egyption Businessman who founded the CBC channels group, Modern network along with the Arab News Agency [AUA], and Al-Nahar TV. He also has been a partner in Amer Group Holding Co.



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