Ali Zafar exposes fake social media accounts involved in 'Smear Campaign' against him

03:27 PM | 1 May, 2019
Ali Zafar exposes fake social media accounts involved in 'Smear Campaign' against him
LAHORE- Amidst the Ali Zafar and Meesha Shafi sexual harassment debacle, the former has stepped forward on Tuesday with his legal counsel claiming to soon present evidence against all allegations on him.

Taking to Twitter and Instagram, Ali posted screenshots of numerous accounts who he has now claimed have run a smear campaign against the actor.

Criminal procedure initiated against the account(s) that threatened to take me to cleaners before my movie release,” he posted. “Kindly help us identify any more accounts/person(s) that may be involved in the campaign against me, my family and my film.”

He further tweeted that these very accounts were now shutting down after he filed an application to FIA.

“As I said, the smear campaign against me was running through fake accounts who are now shutting down after our application to the FIA,” Zafar wrote. “Our resolve to set a precedent that no one can do this ever to an innocent person is stronger than ever now.”

After Zafar's posts, both sides have again taken to social media to prove their innocence. Moreover, Ali Zafar’s manager, Taha Sadaqat has also shared images of what he now claims is a conspiracy prior to Meesha’s allegations.

“This is where it all started. On 21st February 2018, In response to promotional material for ‘Teefa in Trouble,’ I was given a threat about this grand plan they had to sabotage the film in particular and Ali Zafar’s career in general,” he posted. “Said profile under inquiry, proof attached.”

Let's see what happens next and how Meesha will respond to all this. Stay tuned for more updates!