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homeland- Tunisian model Maryam al-Dabbagh did not wait long after her release from prison, to return to excitement and nudity again.
Striptease in Istanbul
Maryam al-Dabbagh resumed her activities from where she left off, when the authorities arrested her at Tunis-Carthage International Airport.
Where Maryam Al-Dabbagh went to Istanbul, and documented the moment of her arrival.
The controversial Tunisian also published a picture wearing a black legging with a white top, and standing in a way that highlights her butt, in an advertisement for one of the watch brands.
Through the story feature, Maryam published clips wearing sexy sportswear and playing tennis, also in an advertisement for a brand of rackets.
The security authorities in Tunisia released Maryam al-Dabbagh, hours after her arrest at Tunis-Carthage International Airport.
For her part, Maryam Al-Dabbagh published a series of videos via the Al-Astori feature on “Instagram”, in which she confirmed that she was innocent of the charges against her.
Maryam al-Dabbagh confirmed that she felt fear and shock at first, for fear of imprisonment.
The Tunisian celebrity collapsed in tears, adding: “Many people supported me and demanded my release. Thank you to everyone who supported me.”
Hurt and shocked
Maryam al-Dabbagh confirmed that she was organized in her dealings with the checks, and the charge against her was incorrect.
And she continued: “In it, the story .. What happened to what I know, the important thing is that I stopped and got out .. Painful and shocked .. My life in my life did not imagine entering a prison.”
The Tunisian celebrity indicated that the policemen treated her well during her arrest and even spoiled her.
And she added, “I do not wish my enemy to go through what I went through, even if it was half a minute … as if it had been 20 years, and your mind would imagine the worst.”
The local radio station, Mosaique, reported that the Public Prosecutor of the Court of First Instance had ordered the arrest of Maryam al-Dabbagh, on the grounds that search warrants had been issued against her for the contents of sentences in absentia that sentenced her to ten years in prison with immediate effect.
Maryam al-Dabbagh had arrived at Tunis-Carthage International Airport in order to travel.
When the tanner went to the border authorities and checked her identity, she was surprised that she had been searched for the contents of sentences in absentia that sentenced her to ten years in prison with immediate effect. This is in order to issue bonds without balance.
The Public Prosecution Office of the Court of First Instance ordered the arrest of Maryam al-Dabbagh and brought her to her attention today to judge her case, and to consider her objection to the rulings issued against her.