Tik Tok star Mawad Eladham reportedly received funds from multiple sources abroad up to LE2.4 million through various bank accounts, according to a Central Bank of Egypt report.
Her bank accounts were as follows:
A bank account in the Fifth Settlement witnessed total transactions of LE9,051. It received LE 3,476 transferred from a technology company, as mentioned in the investigations.
A bank account in New Cairo with total transactions of LE990,966.
The New Cairo account received LE45,116 from a technology company, as mentioned in the report, and another account in US dollars with transactions that amounted US$8,809.
A bank account Tenth of Ramadan city with total transactions of LE795,749.
The report then referred to transfers received by the accused, which came as follows:
-Transfers received by the accused from a bank during the period from May 5, 2016 to August 16, 2016, with a total of 7 transfers from people from two Arab countries, amounting to 2,326.59 US dollars.
-Twenty-one transfers received by the accused from a bank from June 27, 2018 to February 24, 2020, from different people in Arab countries, the US, Germany, France and the UK totaling US$2,154.20, and LE 77,494.
-Thirty-eight transfers received by the accused between July 23, 2016 to April 16, 2020, from people in Arab and other foreign countries totaling US$17,132.25.
Mawada Eladhm was sentenced on Monday to six years in prison and a fine of LE200,000 for infringing Egyptian family values, based on the country’s strict cybercrime law.