Security forces have arrested a well-known Moroccan artist and director in his apartment after accusing him of treason.
A Moroccan newspaper reported that a raid and arrest had been carried out at Najat Al-Wafi's apartment and the artist was presented to the King's agent at the Casablanca Court of First Instance, on charges of infidelity accompanied by director Said Khallaf.
Al-Wafi and her new film director are being released after their husband al-Wafi saw them at an apartment in Maariv district of Kutiye and reported to security services, the newspaper reported.
News of the arrest of al-Wafi, who recently returned from Canada with Moroccan filmmaker Said Khallaf at an apartment in Casablanca after the filming of the new series, was reported on the pages of the communications website.
According to local sites, artist Najat Al-Wafi was released after listening to her, for lack of flagrant delict, while the artist confirmed that she was meeting director Said Khallaf to study their joint works of art.
Sources said the husband, who returned to Morocco 48 hours before the incident in Morocco, filed a complaint with his wife for reasons described as "illogical," such as suspicion of delaying answering his phone calls, where he was asked to speak via video of Alwatsab late into the night to prove that she was at home, and only gave statements from someone who had entrusted him with the supervision of his wife, although he knew that it was not an argument to prove an abnormal relationship with the director or other employee.