Image 1 of 10: Egyptian artist Sherihan denies any relationship with Alaa Mubarak as well as the reported Mubarak family attempt to murder her by throwing her from the 7th floor of her building, instead citing her backbone injury as from a car accident.
Image 1 of 10: There were rumors about a relationship between the Egyptian artist Eman El-Toukhi and President Husni Mubarak. Some said they were married to each other while others claimed that the relationship was only platonic.
Image 1 of 10: The case of Moroccan singer Leila Ghufran’s daughter’s murder by either the accused Mahmoud Eisawy or suspected former PM Ahmed Nazif’s son has reared its ugly head. Father dismisses this "nonsense" as slandering son, saying recent events have fed such rumors.
Image 1 of 10: Safwat El-Sherif the NDP’s former Sec. Gen unofficially held responsible for death of Egyptian diva Suad Husni. A convincing case discredits her ‘suicide’. Sleazy Sherif: supplied women to the regime, using sex videos as blackmail.
Image 1 of 10: Regime Tycoon charged with murder of Lebanese singer Tamim exploits revolution to escape from prison. In 2009, businessman & lawyer Hisham Talaat Moustafa, plus hitman, sentenced to death, later reduced to imprisonment.
Image 1 of 10: Tunisian singer Thikra rumored love affair with Jamal Mubarak. Her family is confident that Jamal was involved in her murder and her husband's. The family says Tunisian & Egyptian overthrown regimes are behind the set-up, implicating her husband.
Image 1 of 10: The wife of youngest son Jamal, Khadejah is surrounded from three sides by corruption scandals: her father, her husband
and her father are all at the heart of the Regime’s fallout allegations.
Image 1 of 10: Alaa Mubarak’s father-in-law, Magdi Rasekh, previously safe in the bosom of the regime that granted him impunity, faces
criminal conviction regarding abuse allegations of Filipina workers at his agency. He has been barred from the Philippines.
Image 1 of 10: The wives Junior of the Regime: Haydi Rasekh, married to Alaa Mubarak & Khadejah Al-Jammal, wife of Jamal Mubarak. Khadija, graduate of AUC, substantially younger than hubbie, daughter to a wealthy business man, her family is famous in Dumyaat.
Image 1 of 10: Land in the North of Egypt around the strategic Suez has been unlawfully sold by the state to business tycoons. Ahmad Izz, or the Emperor of Steel as well as Hisham Talaat and father inlaw of Ala Mubarak are some of the beneficiaries.
More murder and intrigue linked with the Mubarak's ousted regime is emerging in this time of post- regime settling of scores. It seems to be a free-for-all space of charges, recriminations and some serious accusations to an apparently very corrupt regime. Specifically, we see an interplay between some regular ingredients: women, money, celebrity, death, murder, and binding all together, the regime.