Minar-e-Pakistan incident: TikToker duo blame eachother as spat takes a new turn

Amir Sohail alias Rambo, companion of Ayesha Akram — the TikToker who was assaulted by dozens of men in Lahore’s Greater Iqbal Park on August 14 — on Saturday said that it was him who saved Ayesha’a life during the incident.

Earlier on Friday, Ayesha, in her complaint with the police, had blamed Rambo for the incident and accused him of blackmailing her. She had alleged that Rambo had made the plan to go to Greater Iqbal Park, adding that Rambo along with his companions had filmed a nude video of her and was blackmailing her for the past three years.

She had claimed that they had extorted Rs3 million from her. She had said that she is lodging a police complaint against Rambo as she is unable to give more money to him.

However, Rambo, who is in police custody, on Saturday said that he was the one who saved Ayesha from the mob but now she is putting the entire blame on him.

“Only I know how I took this girl (Ayesha) out of that situation alive and took her home but now Ayesha has nominated me in the case. This was neither my fault nor Ayesha’s,” he said.

“She wanted to go [to Minar-e-Pakistan] with someone else but his brother died so I had to go with Ayesha,” he added.

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