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Female influencer is arrested in Saudi Arabia for ‘immoral’ content

Female influencer has been arrested in Saudi Arabia for ‘immoral’ content after she posted a live video inviting a woman and boasting ‘you’ll scream how much fun we’ll have’

  • Tala Safwan was arrested in Riyadh after she posted the video with a friend
  • Girlfriend says not to come over because it’s 3:30am, Safwan reportedly says ‘Even better because everyone will be asleep and they won’t hear what I’m doing’
  • Riyadh police said they had arrested a resident who broadcast “talking to another with sexual content and suggestion that would damage morality.”

A female influencer has been arrested in Saudi Arabia for posting “immoral” content after uploading a live video of her inviting a woman in the early morning hours.

Tala Safwan, from Egypt, was arrested in Riyadh after she posted the video asking her Saudi friend to come over at 3:30 am because she is lonely.

Her boyfriend says she won’t come over because it’s too late and Safwan reportedly says, “Even better, because everyone will be asleep and they won’t hear what I’m going to do to you,” she said. Al Jazeera.

Tala Safwan (left), from Egypt, was arrested in Riyadh after she posted the video asking her Saudi friend to come over at 3:30 am because she is lonely (pictured)

Tala Safwan (left), from Egypt, was arrested in Riyadh after she posted the video asking her Saudi friend to come over at 3:30 am because she is lonely (pictured)

She reportedly adds, “They won’t hear your screams… how much fun we’ll have.”

Safwan has not been named by the police, but they did post a vague version of the offending video on their Twitter account.

They wrote: “Riyadh police arrested a resident who appeared on a broadcast and spoke to another with sexual content and suggestion that would harm public morality.”

Homosexuality is illegal in Saudi Arabia.

Her boyfriend says she won't come over because it's too late and Safwan reportedly says 'Even better because everyone will be asleep and they won't hear what I'll do to you'

Her boyfriend says she won’t come over because it’s too late and Safwan reportedly says ‘Even better because everyone will be asleep and they won’t hear what I’ll do to you’

Safwan, who has five million followers on TikTok and more than 800,000 subscribers on YouTube, said the clip was taken out of context from the full video to cause a scandal.

It comes just days after the Saudi media regulator demanded that YouTube remove ads it deems offensive to the country’s Islamic values ​​and principles. The regulator threatened legal action if nothing was done.

The announcement followed complaints from Saudi parents that their children were being exposed to inappropriate content in ads broadcast on YouTube.

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