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TikToker Ayesha Akram allegedly asks Rambo to extort money from people

In the audiotape, Ayesha was heard saying she had identified six people in the identification parade and investigation. She discussed her plan to get Rs.600,000 from each of the six people identified by her. To which Rambo said that they all belong to poor families.

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The harassment case of TikToker Ayesha Akram has taken another twist following the alleged leaked audiotape between her and her partner Amir Sohail aka Rambo.

TikToker Ayesha Akram was physically harassed and assaulted at the Minar-e-Pakistan Lahore on Independence Day. She filed a complaint against the incident at a police station a few days after the incident when videos of the assault went viral on social media.

The case was lodged against 400 suspects besides nominating some of them in the investigation later. Now, in the alleged audiotape, Ayesha was heard saying she had identified six people in the identification parade and investigation.

She discussed her plan to get Rs.600,000 from each of the six people identified by her. To which Rambo said that they all belong to poor families and will not be able to give this amount. On which Ayesha agreed to ask for Rs.500,000 from them.

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A police official has said that a forensic analysis of the audiotapes will be done and further action will be taken based on the reports.

Police further said that they have recovered audio call recordings of Rambo in which he is heard threatening Ayesha Akram for allegedly leaking her many objectionable video clips.

Ayesha Akram changed her statement a few days ago and had accused Rambo of orchestrating the entire Minar-e-Pakistan incident.

On Friday, Lahore police arrested the partner of female TikToker, Ayesha Akram, who survived sexual harassment incident at Minar-e-Pakistan Lahore on 14th August.

According to Lahore Police, seven people including accused Amir Sohail aka Rambo have been arrested in separate raids. Raids were made to arrest Rambo’s accomplice, Badshah, but he fled.

Earlier, the victim, Ayesha Akram, had alleged that Rambo planned her visit to 14th August Independence Day.

She had filed a complaint to the DIG Investigation that Rambo planned the entire 14th August episode and that he had been harassing her with some of her obscene videos. She has given him 1 million rupees so far and is also regularly paying half of her salary to him.

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She further alleged that Rambo had been running a TikTok gang along with his associated Badshah.

 

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