Meesha Shafi, Who Accused Ali Zafar Of S*xual Harassment During #MeToo Movement, Faces Three-Year Jail Term(Photo Credit – Instagram)

Pakistani singer Meesha Shaafi during the #MeToo movement in 2018 had accused singer Ali Zafar of s*xual harassment. Following the allegation, the latter categorically denied all her claims and even filed a defamation case in opposition to her.

Back in September 2020, the Pakistani Law Enforcement company had booked Meesha for working a smear marketing campaign in opposition to Ali Zafar. Now the most recent report claims that Meesha will probably spend three years in jail. Scroll all the way down to know extra about it.

According to Daily Mail, Meesha Shafi has been sentenced to a few years of jail time period as the utmost punishment in a case filed by Ali Zafar. In the defamation case, Zafar had said that her claims led to ‘irreparable’ harm to his profession. Meesha additionally known as the system ‘rigged’ and said, “Which woman has got justice in a case of this nature and at what cost?’” Her legal professionals are planning to problem the courtroom’s choice.

Back in 2019, Ali Zafar had appeared on Geo News present, Naya Pakistan, the place he talked brazenly about Meesha’s allegation. The Mere Brother Ki Dulhan actor mentioned, “All of us have been quietly suffering for so long. Not just me, but my family – my kids and my wife too. I haven’t said a single word in the last year as I had decided to take action legally through court’s procedures. But they have been making fake accounts and tagging everyone who tries to hire me in tweets against me in order to ruin my career.”

On the opposite hand, throughout the #MeeToo motion, Meesha Shari had issued a press release alleging s*xual harassment in opposition to Ali Zafar. She mentioned, “I have been subjected, on more than one occasion, to sexual harassment of a physical nature at the hands of a colleague from my industry: Ali Zafar. These incidences did not happen when I was young, or just entering the industry. This happened to me even though I am an empowered, accomplished woman who is known for speaking her mind! This happened to me as a mother of two children.”