Sindh High Court orders security for TikTok star Hareem Shah after the hearing was held in Sindh High Court on her application on Tuesday.
Her legal counsel said that the TikTok star has concerns regarding her safety and security after two separate incidents. Hareem Shah’s legal team said that she has received threats from unknown calls and social media. She was also chased and threatened several times. A letter has been written to the Chief Secretary informing him about the incidents. The court was urged to provide security to her. On this, the court ordered the Chief Secretary to oblige and approve the application of Hareem Shah.
Earlier, Pakistani TikToker Hareem Shah said that she will donate the winnings from the casino to the flood relief fund. Shah is currently vacationing with her husband in Malaysia and uploaded a video of winning a game in the casino.
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She recently shared a video with her husband who won 5,000 ringgit (equal to 260,500 PKR). TikTok shared the news with her followers and fans on social media. She has shared multiple videos and pictures from her tour to Malaysia. She has flooded her Instagram and TikTok accounts with videos from her visit to Malaysia. TikTok remains in news frequently.
Earlier, this year Federal Investigative Agency (FIA) launched a money-laundering probe against TikToker Hareem Shah. The investigation against the TikTok star was launched after she claimed that she had traveled from Pakistan to the United Kingdom with a significant amount of cash.
She shared her video on another video-sharing platform, Snack Video, in which she showed two stacks of British Pounds. Sharing the video, Hareem Shah said that this is the first time she has carried this much money from Pakistan to the UK.
Her video ensued a frenzy on social media and caught the attention of investigative agencies as well. According to the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR), a passenger can bring any foreign currency to Pakistan but up to the amount of $10,000 unconditionally.