Pakistani TikToker arrested, Ertugrul's engine Altan Duzyatan for scamming.
A Pakistani man has been arrested for defrauding Turkish actor Engin Altan Düzyatan, who is well known for his performance as Erturul Bey in the film Diriliş: Erturul. Lahori Tiktoker was apprehended on Thursday by police in Lahore.
Düzyatan has sent a message to Inspector General (IG) Punjab to ask him to record a case against Chaudhry for scammers, sending him fake bank draughts and checks and using his images without his consent.
However, the Deputy Superintendent of Police for Crime Investigation Agency (DSP CIA), Mian Shafqat, said that he had not been consenting to do so. "Speaking of the DSP CIA.
DCP CIA stated that in response to the email from Düzyatan, a case against the fraudster had been filed at the Racecourse Police Station, according to the official statement.
The accused had transferred fraudulent bank drafts and cheques worth Rs90 million to Turkey, according to the DSP, who also stated that a total of six fraud cases against Kashif had been recorded in police stations in Sialkot and Lahore, for which he had previously been arrested "According to the DSP.
In Lahore, Kashif Zameer Chaudhry hosted Ertugrul star Engin Altan, and the reason for this was unclear.
In December 2020, Kashif Zameer Chaudhry's name went viral after images of the man with Altan were shared on social media.
With his performance as Ertugrul Ghazi in Diliris: Ertugrul, Altan has gathered a significant following in Pakistan. His presence in Pakistan naturally attracted attention and intrigue to the man that brought him here.
When Altan fled the country and Kashif was apprehended, the speculations became even more intense.
Is he a genuine TikToker or a fraudster?
An extremely popular TikToker, Kashif is well-known for his love of heavy gold chains and his habit of keeping pet lions at home, both of which have gotten him into trouble.
He claims to be the Chaudhry Group of Companies owner in Punjab, and he has posted photos of himself with many leaders and celebrities on his social media accounts.
In terms of police reports and arrests, the number is increasing.
Kashif was apprehended by authorities on December 17, 2020, and is being held without bail. In at least eight incidents of fraud and deceit, treason for trust, auto theft, and robbery, the authorities stated he had been nominated.
He is also accused of making threats against a local television anchor. It is not clear when freed from prison or on what grounds he was released.
A multi-million-dollar scheme involving deception and fraud
The reporter reported that Kashif had signed a $1 million deal with the Ertugrul singer but had only given over a $5,000 check, which had bounced when Altan attempted to cash it.