Deniz Çakır, who allegedly insulted girls in a slippers in a mall, testified to the prosecutor within the scope of the investigation launched against her. "The accusations stand up to my attitude and are not attractive at all. An artist does not distinguish a woman from her head child, without a scarf," said Çakır in a statement to press members.
Actress Deniz Cakir, with his lawyer Bahri Bayram Belen to testify, arrived at Istanbul Courthouse in Caglayan. Security officers who closed the corridor on the floor of the prosecutor's office where Çakır came to witness took intense security measures.
Cakir sat down in the room to witness for a while, and the deputy prosecutor who was in charge of press charges around noon. 11 am, confirmed Murat Çağlak. Cakir, who lasted about an hour, followed a statement with his lawyer appearing in front of the courtroom.
"MY DAYS FOR DAILY STOP FOR THIS DAY"
Deniz Cakir made a statement to the press members gathered here. I've always been my attitude and the things I've done so far. I didn't do anything to break it down, but I did a lot of battle. I did nothing at all. I have already given my testimony.
Çakır continued as follows: An artist "a woman with a scarf, without a skull", he does not distinguish. In my life there are many people in turban, head shoe, different religions, colors, family, friends, fans. I've packed everything. They love me very much. They're with me right now. "
Cakir, on the question of journalists, "Photos have added them to the prosecutor's office. But now I have a legal process not to speak any more. All the photos were examined. Already in the middle of everything," he said.
"POWER IN THE CHRISTIAN IS SEA THIRD HANIM'S SIGN"
Cakir's lawyer Bahri Bayram Belen stated that there were serious charges against his client, such as "Persecution, disruption of privacy and elevation of hatred and enmity." Lawyer Belen said she did not believe that a negative decision could be made and she could not explain the details of the incident because it was a forensic process.
A journalist, "goes to Saudi Arabia," he said, "the lawyer Belen," he said, said no such thing. "You filed a criminal complaint?" The question "to complain is very simple. But actually making a criminal complaint is not contrary to the ideas of Mrs Deniz, which increases the excitement of society. We did not need this. Buna
7 women in a hair color, sitting in a shopping mall in Istanbul, a number of women with head children, Deniz Cakir was accused of allegations of insulting them.
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