Super Model Ayyan Ali Refused to Meet her Father

Written by  Published by:Pakistan Views Monday, 25 May 2015 11:25

RAWALPINDI: A banking court on Monday extended the judicial remand of supermodel Ayyan till May 28 after the prosecution refused to argue her bail application filed in the previous hearing.

The court heard two applications, one filed by Ayyan’s counsel requesting bail and the other by the customs’ investigation team to register a money laundering case against her.

Defence lawyer Khurram Latif Khosa requested the court to allow him to argue over her bail application which the prosecution refused to take up, saying they were not ‘prepared’.

The court, headed by Judge Sabir Sultan, ordered the prosecution to prepare their arguments and adjourned the case until May 28.

Ayyan Ali's father also arrived at the court for the hearing. But Ayyan, surprisingly, refused to meet her father upon her return from the court.

In the advent, frustrated by the continuous stalking, supermodel Ayyan Ali twisted the arm of a man who was trying to capture her in camera for a close-up.

Just last month, investigators probing money laundering charges against the supermodel submitted an interim charge-sheet in court and included two new suspects for interrogation.

Ayyan was arrested by customs officials on March 14 from the Islamabad airport after over $500,000 cash was found in her baggage. The Lahore High Court had rejected the model’s bail application on March 31.


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