TikToker Kashif Zameer Chaudhry was arrested in Lahore over charges of defrauding Ertugrul star Engin Altan Duzyatan.
As being reported, the Turkish actor had submitted an application online with a request to the inspector general of police for action against the TikToker who claimed to be the owner of the Chaudhry Group of Companies.
A famous TikToker, Kashif is known for his love of wearing heavy gold chains and keeping pet lions at home, had struck a $1 million deal with the Ertugrul star but handed over a $5,000 cheque, which had bounced.
Furthermore, the CIA has also traced six more such criminal cases registered against Kashif in Lahore and Sialkot, showing him a habitual fraudster.
“Engin Altan Düzyatan had sent an email to Inspector General (IG) Punjab, requesting him to register a case against Chaudhry for scamming him, sending him fake bank drafts and cheques, and using his pictures without his consent,” said Deputy Superintendent of Police of the Crime Investigation Agency (DSP CIA) Mian Shafqat.
The DCP CIA added that in response to the email from the Turkish actor, a case has been registered against the scammer at the Racecourse Police Station.
He further added that the accused had sent fake bank drafts and cheques to Turkey worth Rs90 million.
DSP added that a total of six cases pertaining to fraud have been registered against Kashif in police stations of Sialkot and Lahore, for which he was previously arrested as well.