Controversial singer Dounia Batma recently made headlines in Arab newspapers, as a result of her arrest to carry out the prison sentence issued against her, against the backdrop of her follow-up in the case of a scandal known as the “Hamza Moon Baby” account.
Shock among the family and the public, and widespread solidarity on the part of the artists
The news of the arrest of controversial singer Dounia Batma caused great sadness among her friends Moroccan celebrities, who expressed their broad solidarity with her and their great support for her in the ordeal she is going through, and this applies to everyone Saad Lamjarred, who called for patience and relief for her, in addition to Anas El-Baz, Rajwa Al-Sahli, Safaa Haberkou, and others.
Artists call on Saeeda Sharaf to compromise and reconcile
Private sources revealed to Al Jarida 24 that a group of artists entered into a dispute with Batma and Saeeda Sharaf and demanded that the latter turn the page on the dispute and drop the complaint she had filed against her colleague.
Saeeda Sharaf responds to her accusation of gloating over Batma
Saeeda Sharaf responded to the accusations that she gloated over the artist Dounia Batma after her imprisonment, saying that she did not cause her arrest out of hatred, nor did she ever gloat over her, but the legal matters took their natural course.
Does Batma’s arrest affect the custody of her daughters?
The singer’s fans wondered about the fate of the custody of her daughters after her arrest, as it became clear that the case being pursued strictly would not give her ex-husband, Muhammad Al-Turk, the possibility of dropping custody. Claiming that the criminal act being pursued because of it will not affect the custody of her two daughters, because it falls within the framework of electronic crimes, and not within the category of prosecution in corruption cases, or drug trafficking and addiction.
Batma hopes for a royal pardon
Batma had previously confirmed in one of her recent media outings that she had submitted a request for a royal pardon as a first step in her continued defense of herself, indicating that she hoped to benefit from it on one of the upcoming occasions.