The Egyptian actress paraded through the red carpet in Cairo last week, turning and smilingon lace clothing.
Sin place to doubt, then attracted attention, but today it doubles after that episode She faces a series of criminal charges that could lead her to prison.
Three Egyptian lawyers, known for using the courts to participate in moral Buddhism, they filed a lawsuit against Rania Yusef, accusing her of wearing clothes at the Cairo International Film Festival, which was "inciting debauchery".
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The trial is scheduled for January and Yusef, who has more than 40 years, may face a possible sentence of five years in prison if convicted.
One of the actresses is the latest case of this type, but often lawyers who want to control public morality that regulates dressing, behavior and even jokes, are warned to put "an order" under the pretext of protecting the Egyptian nation.