Sherine Abdel Wahab’s lawyer responds to “Rotana”

Hossam Lotfy, the lawyer of the artist Sherine Abdel Wahab, responded to the statement issued by the “Rotana” company regarding her failure to receive any songs from his client, confirming that her crisis with the company had ended, and that the contract signed between Sherine and the company had expired according to the court’s ruling.

Sherine’s lawyer confirmed that his client can release new songs, without Rotana Audio and Visual Company harming her, saying: “If Sherine presents new songs, she can release them, and Rotana has no right to anything after that.”

He pointed out that the term of the artist’s contract with the company had ended with a ruling issued by the Economic Court, which stated: “In the first part of the appeal ruling, the ruling was accepted in form and in substance by amending the appealed ruling, and obliging the first defendant – Sherine Abdel Wahab – to pay the plaintiff in his capacity – Rotana Company – Three million pounds and its confirmation later. Second: In the second part of the company’s appealed ruling, it was not accepted, and the appellant Sherine Abdel Wahab was obligated to pay the expenses and one hundred pounds for attorney’s fees.”

Rotana had published a press statement in which it denied everything the Egyptian artist said about her delivery of the album’s songs, confirming that it was taking all legal measures against what was rumored.

The company published the statement through its official account on “Instagram” and said: “In response and clarification to what was mentioned and spread on social networking sites, the “Rotana” Music Group confirms that it has not received from the artist Sherine Abdel Wahab, or anyone who represents or represents her, any new song. “Her voice is relevant to her contract with the group.”

The statement added: “Therefore, the song “Gold”, which was published on Arab and international digital listening platforms, remains the last thing that the artist presented to “Rotana”, and “Rotana” is ready to release the songs as soon as it receives the master, legal papers and clearances signed by the artist Sherine, so it is necessary to note, and that Everything that is rumored to the contrary is completely false, and Rotana reserves all its rights to respond legally to these allegations.”

Sherine Abdel Wahab recently sparked controversy again over her relationship with Rotana Audio and Visual Company, after accusing the company of delaying the release of her songs during television interviews following her last concert in Kuwait.

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