The Sheikh Zayed City Public Prosecution Office summoned the Egyptian singer, Cherine Abdel Wahab, to a hearing session considering the petition filed, accusing Hossam Habib of insulting and slandering her, as well as possessing a firearm with an expired license.
Jamil Saeed, the artist Hossam Habib’s lawyer, revealed that the latter indicated in the prosecution’s investigations that he verbally answered to the artist Cherine to his trustworthiness two weeks after the divorce in front of four witnesses and denied his threat to her with weapons.
Regarding the reasons for not renewing the weapon’s license, he said that Habib had paid the renewal fees, but the similarity of his name to another person who had a case of dissipation led to the postponement of his receipt of the license.
The Public Prosecution Office in Sheikh Zayed City ordered the release of the artist, Hossam Habib, after interrogating him. After his arrest, Habib said that he went to Cherine’s villa to agree on works of art, but a dispute arose between them, which prompted her to contact the police, denying her threat or assault.
Cherine Abdel Wahab later demanded to obtain a pledge from the artist, Hossam Habib, not to be exposed to her, during a report she made to the emergency police in Giza.