Video: 'I am dying', Egypt female TikTok star Haneen Hossam tells the president
Hossam was sentenced to ten years in prison in her absence because she failed to appear in court.
In Egypt, a female TikTok star was sentenced to ten years in prison for human trafficking.
Haneen Hossam, 20, made a video in which she begged for mercy, claiming she had never done anything wrong.
The decision came five months after a different court overturned Hossam's prison sentence for "violating family values" using TikTok videos.
Hossam was sentenced in her absence because she failed to appear in court.
Hossam posted a video on her social media accounts the day following the judgement, pleading with Egyptian President Abdul Fattah Al Sissi to re-verify her case.
She was screaming and crying, pleading with the President to help her.“Your daughter is dying, Mr President. Your daughter is dying, I swear to God. I kept my calm so that I could speak and request the president's and people's assistance. “What should I do?” said Hossam.
“I was wronged, and I did not do anything. I am literally dying. Save me. My mother is about to have a stroke after the ruling," she added.