According to details, plaintiff Usman Gohar filed a petition against supermodel Ayyan for taking in a hefty sum of Rs 6 million and failing to organise a concert with a performance by globally renowned musician Edward Maya.
The petitioner reached the district and sessions court in order to direct the police to register a case against the supermodel for defrauding him. He alleged that Ayyan and her brother Zulfiqar Ali had promised to arrange a concert with the lead performance by Romanian DJ and producer Edward Maya. The concert was scheduled to take place last year in the month of October, according to Usman. For that very purpose, Ayyan and her brother had received Rs 6 million from the aggrieved.
However, after failing to organise the concert, Usman claimed Ayyan and her brother were refusing to return his money back to him. He also alleged that the supermodel had threatened him and ‘delivered threats of dire consequences to cause death or grievous hurt’.
Usman claimed he was in possession of evidence which showed Ayyan had been a party to the agreement. He said he had signatures of Ayyan and witnesses on the contract agreement, along with other video and other documented evidence.
“[She] dishonestly embezzled petitioner’s money and caused huge financial loss,” he said. Usman also made Islamabad Senior Superintendent of Police, Kohsar station a respondent in the case and said that he was an influential person in this case. He claimed that the SHO had no intention of registering a case against Ayyan and her brother, when in fact his duty required him to do so.
Usman also said that Ayyan was involved in various cases of money laundering and cheating. He requested the courts to direct police officials to register a case against Ayyan.
The supermodel, who has been the brand ambassador of various renowned brands in Pakistan and worldwide, made headlines last year when she was arrested for traveling abroad with $506,800 in cash. Ayyan was sent to Adiala Jail where she was kept for four months, before the courts granted her bail.