FILE - Nancy Ajram and her husband Fadi al-Hachim
CAIRO - 13 March 2020: The lawyer defending Nancy Ajram villa ‘s slain, Rehab El Betar announced that the report of the Syrian forensic pathologists will be released after two days.
Earlier a number of lawyers from different Arab nationalities announced their solidarity with the man who was killed in Nancy Ajram’s Villa and went to Lebanon to defend him.
The number of volunteer lawyers reached 28 lawyers, including 14 Syrian lawyers living in US, 4 Moroccan lawyers, 3 Egyptian lawyers, and 7 others from Syria and Lebanon.
The Lebanese forensic pathologist report revealed that the man who entered Lebanese singer Nancy Agram’s villa for theft was killed by 17 bullets, one shot in the right forearm, two shots in the left shoulder, one shot under the left armpit, three shots in the chest, two shots in the abdomen, seven shots in the back, and one shot in the left thigh.
“Thanks God for saving me and my family from this catastrophe that took place at my residence. I hope that no one would ever have to go through this misery,” Ajram previously wrote on her twitter account.
In an interview on OTV channel, the Lebanese star said: “My husband’s reaction to the killer was after intense threatening that took place for almost 6 to 7 minutes. The man was threatening my husband and asking for the place of his wife and children. To all those who criticized my husband, what would you do if you were in Fadi’s shoes?”
Lebanese Prosecutor Ghada Aoun released Nancy Ajram’s husband, Lebanese dentist Fadi al-Hachim, after listening to his testimony and banned him from travelling outside Lebanon.
Some Syrian media outlets claimed that the deceased Syrian thief was a gardener who used to work in Ajram’s villa and came to take his financial receivables, the matter that was completely refuted by Hachim's brother.
Directly after this accident, Ajram’s husband was transferred to the hospital, according to sources that revealed that Hachim had a breakdown after the accident.
Lebanese newspapers explained that the thief got 16 bullets, and it was later revealed that the thief had a fake pistol, but Hachim did not realize that.
Some sources said that one of the employees at Nancy Ajram's house was involved in the case and that he helped the thief enter the secured villa.
On January 5, Hachim shot dead a Syrian named Mohamed Hassan Moussa who entered the Lebanese singer’s villa at dawn in New Sheileh region for theft. Ajram got a minor injury in her right leg, but her daughters are safe. Lebanese security forces arrived at the star's villa at once and launched investigations into the accident.
The Lebanese diva is always eager to post pictures on her official social media platforms with her children and husband, unlike many celebrities in the Arab World who prefer not to expose their family members to the public.
Ajram was born in May 1983 in Achrafieh, Lebanon. When Ajram was 15 years old she released her debut studio album "Mihtagalak" (I need you) produced by EMI. The following year, she released her second album "Sheel Oyoonak Anni" (2001) (Take your eyes off me).
She was exceptionally accepted to the Syndicate of Professional Artists in Lebanon despite being under the legal age.
Her career boosted in 2003, and in 2007 she sold over 2 million records, ranking third best-selling female artist in Lebanese history. According to her website, she was described on the Oprah Winfrey Show as one of the most influential personalities of the Middle East.
Ajram was announced the best-selling Middle Eastern female singer of the decade (2000–2009).
Ajram does not shy away from diversity in her songs; her albums usually draw on many dialects, including Egyptian, Lebanese or Khaleeji (Gulf). She is also one of the judges in "The Voice Kids" airing on MBC Masr.
Throughout her career, Ajram has released a number of studio albums, including two dedicated for children, and numerous chart toppers such as the Lebanese hits "Yay", "Ehsas Jdeed" (New feeling); the Egyptian hits "Ya Tabtab", "Mo'egaba" (I'm in love), "Ibn El-Giran" (Neighbors' son), "Fi Hagat", "Ma Tegi Hena" (come here); and the Khaleeji hit of "Ya Kether".