The Egyptian actress, Safaa Maghribi, revealed her current suffering, regarding the decision to deport her by the Canadian authorities, because they considered that she was dead and that she had “impersonated her.”
And Safaa wrote through her account on “Facebook”: “I am in great misfortune, deported from Canada .. I am Safaa Jamal Maghribi Ahmed, born in Sohag on June 28, 1987, and I am married to director Youssef Sharaf El-Din, and I have two children Youssef and Ali. Her name is Safaa Maghribi, who is me, and I sent them proofs from Egypt, but they considered that my husband as a director prepared it for me and did not admit her, and that Saffa Maghribi died due to the rumor of death, and I am like Safaa Moroccan Jamal Ahmed Badaa if she and I entered her name.
And she continued, “Their source is my pictures on Google, meaning” your father, “and when they saw me, I was still a Caesarean mother, without a makeup and a tired, and they said,” I was not a form or an age, I was born in 1987 and the reporter of 1977 relied on the news, not me. “
She said, “I have been psychologically devastated, nightmares, horror, collapse and sedatives .. In Egypt, I was expelled from the play” Bab al-Futuh “because of a rumor of death in which I had grievances, and they prevented me from working because of it, and no one is satisfied with my work in Egypt because of the rumor and I came to Canada for all my husband’s family here. Two Lebanese Canadians and my son raised with his sisters and family, and I started from scratch.
She added, “I have had fits of terror for the past period, and Youssef asked me for ambulance because of the deportation. They gave me a sleep and I have a psychiatrist .. I remained devastated, not saying other than if I am the same person .. I took someone’s identity and did not impersonate me.”
It is noteworthy that some newspapers and websites reported the death of the young artist, Safaa Mughrabi, from her media official, and her husband, director Youssef Sharaf El Din, denied the rumor several hours later, before a number of artists accused her of promoting the rumor of her death for the sake of fame.
Source: Masrawy + FaceBook