Mohammad Ramadan released: Says he was shooting film, not firearms!
It might have taken 10 thousand Egyptian pounds to bail him out, but young actor Mohammad Ramadan was finally released by the chief prosecutor in Al Marj District, Egypt.
According to Fil Fan website, it all started on the 6th of May when Mohammad was stopped by a patrol car and asked if his car could be searched while on his way to Islamileyeh to shoot the controversial film “The heart of the lion”. He unwittingly agreed to the officer’s request, only to be surprised when firearms were found inside the vehicle.
Ramadan later accused the police of planting the firearms and an electric shocker in his car, while he was asked by one of the officers to take pic on the side of the road, according to AlAhram website.
That’s a pretty nasty trick if that’s true. Mohammad was certainly ready to shoot that day, but his weapon was talent, not firearms. The director of the film did say that Mohammad carried a "sound pistol", which he sometimes used for scenes in the movie, and the kid is causing a lot of hullabaloo everywhere he goes it seems.
Was Mohammad really bearing arms or ready to shoot film only? Please share with us your thoughts!
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