Latest updates on TikToker Zoi Hashmi’s alleged rape video that went viral online
In the video, a distressed and crying Zoi Hashmi is seen in an unacceptable condition.
Another harrowing incident of sexual violence against women in Pakistan has become the talk of the town. The conversation sparked when a video of Pakistani TikToker Zoi Hashmi allegedly being raped surfaced online.
In the video, a distressed and crying Zoi Hashmi is seen in an unacceptable condition. Sources allege that the Pakistani TikTok star and social media influencer was raped.
Netizens Demand Justice
As soon as the video went viral on social media, a massive outrage enveloped all social platforms. Netizens took to these online public spaces to demand the prosecution of the culprits.
Just came to know about the horrible incident happened with Zoi Hashmi.
Government should take practical steps to stop these brutal rapists otherwise this society is becoming unsafe with every passing day.#ZoiHashmi #ZoiiHashmi pic.twitter.com/DkghVsTxaJ
— Abdullah Qamar ツ (@AbdullahQamarr) February 8, 2021
Dear @OfficialDGISPR in your era a model/Tiktoker Zoi Hashmi got raped and those animals filmed the rape. The video is very painful..
— Gohar (@GOHARFIAZ) February 7, 2021
— Ali (@Ali30150965) February 10, 2021
History of TikToker Leaked Video Scandals
It should be noted that plenty of TikTok stars have recently become victims of leaked video scandals. The victims of these leaked videos include TikTokers such as Nadeem Mubarak AKA Nadeem Naniwala, Romaisa Khan, Jannat Mirza, and Aiman Zaman.
Most of these videos were of rape or sexual violence and fell under the evidence of a rape crime.
Previous instances of leaked videos included TikTokers engaging in pre-marital coitus, deemed a crime in Pakistan and prosecuted under adultery.
It is pertinent to mention that the laws that prosecute these actions are stated in military Dictator General Zia-ul-Haq’s ‘Hudood Ordinances’. However, sources observe that after the military dictator’s fall, the regulations only remain a part of Pakistan’s legislation and are not enforced aggressively.
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