Pakistani actress Uzma Khan has registered a First Information Report (FIR) against the women who barged into her house and threatened the actress and her sister.
The Jawani Phir Nahi Ani actress has been the center of the video leak contorvery since Tuesday when a video started circulating the internet where Uzma Khan and her sister were accused of having extra marital relation with a man named Usman.
Later it came to be known that the three women who barged into the home of Uzma were daughters of Pakistani business tycoon Malik Riaz and the Amina Usman, the wife of the man in the video Usman Malik.
Uzma Khan along with her sister held a press conference today at Lahore Press Club with their lawyer where they clarified that the incident took place on Chand Raat (eve of Eid-Ul-Fitr) at DHA Phase VI residence in Lahore.
According to the actress, it was the end of her Aitikaaf and when she got up and came out of her room, Usman Malik was already present at her residence unannounced and five minutes later, his wife Amina Usman with both her aunties (daughters of Mailk Riaz) stormed into their home with gunmen and started threatening the sisters.
Uzma also revealed that she had known Usman Malik for two year as he had proposed to her in the past but the actress did not accept his proposal.
Another video of Amina Usman also surfaced online where she claimed that the house she stormed into belonged to her husband and she even claimed of warning Uzma Khan multiple times to stay away from her husband.
However, you can see in the press conference that Uzma and her lawyer had paperwork to the house and it was under the ownership of Babar Naseem who was an old friend of Uzma and there was a rent agreement in Uzma’s name meaning that the claim made by Amina Usman was false.
Uzma Khan Press Conference
A First Information Report (FIR) has been registered against the three women according to Uzma’s lawyer at the Defence Station C under section 452, section 427 and section 506 of the Pakistan penal code.
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