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TikToker’s assault case: Nabbed Rambo releases video statement

The incident of harassment at Minar-e-Pakistan took place on August 14 this year and the news of it spread on social media. (Photo: File)

The video statement of Rambo, an associate of the female Tiktoker Ayesha Akram, who was arrested in the Minar-e-Pakistan harassment case, has come to light.

Ayesha Akram held her team member Rambo responsible for the Minar-e-Pakistan incident that occurred on Independence Day. Now, in his video statement, Rambo said, “I know how Ayesha Akram was taken home alive. It’s not my fault, it’s not hers. She had to go to Minar-e-Pakistan with someone else however his brother had died so instead of him, I decided to go at Minar-e-Pakistan with her.”

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On the other hand, the TikToker said in her statement that Rambo and his accomplices tore her clothes and stripped her naked. They snatched her cash and jewelry, according to Akram. “Rambo had already invited friends there. All the accused, including Rambo, pushed me into the rush. People started teasing and insulting me,” she said.

The TikTok has asked the police to take legal action against Rambo and his accomplices. In her statement yesterday, Ayesha said that Rambo along with her colleagues made obscene videos of her on the basis of which she was being blackmailed and so far she has paid Rs 1 million to Rambo as extortion.

Earlier, DIG Investigation Sharq Jamal had said that seven accused, including Rambo, involved in Greater Iqbal Park, were arrested on charges of insulting and harassing Ayesha, who would be prosecuted. Yesterday, police said that in the light of the written statement of Ayesha, a victim of Greater Iqbal Park, the accused Rambo, and seven other accomplices were arrested. She had filed a written petition against 12 accused, including Rambo.