Millionaire Gets Death Sentence In Pop Star’s Death

May 21, 2009

Egypt (ChattahBox) – The man responsible for ordering the death of Lebanese pop star Suzanne Tamim last summer has been sentenced to death.

The millionaire real estate tycoon was found guilty and sentenced to death by hanging, after it was discovered that he ordered a man who worked for one of his four season hotels to murder his former mistress in her Dubai apartment.

According to records, Hisham Talaat Moustafa , a married father of two, was angry with Tamim for ending the relationship. Allegedly, he had spent millions on his mistress, and so felt the need to seek revenge.

He paid Mohsen el-Sukkary to kill her discreetly, but the secrecy around the act began to unravel after photographs of Tamim’s slit throat began to circulate the Internet.

The case has caused a huge stir in the media, mainly because of Moustafa’s ties to the country’s political system. Not only is he a dedicated member on the National Democratic Party, but he is close to Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak’s son, who it is rumored will be taking the position in the case of his father’s death.

Moustafa’s attorney has said that he will appeal the death sentence, which still have to be authorized by religious authorities.

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