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Miss World Bangladesh 2017 Jessia files complaint over cyberbullying

  • Published at 09:23 pm February 12th, 2019
Jessia Islam at Cyber Crime's Unit office at DMP
Jessia posted a photo on her Facebook page, with the cyber crime unit official after filing her complaint on Tuesday evening | Facebook

The popular model submitted her complaint with Cyber Crime Unit’s Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) Md Najmul Islam on Tuesday afternoon at the unit’s office in Dhaka’s Minto Road

Miss World Bangladesh 2017 Jessia Islam filed an official complaint with the Dhaka Metropolitan Police’s (DMP) Cyber Crime Unit over being bullied and defamation online.

The popular model submitted her complaint with Cyber Crime Unit’s Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) Md Najmul Islam on Tuesday afternoon at the unit’s office in Dhaka’s Minto Road.

Jessia posted a photo on her Facebook profile with the cyber crime unit official after filing her complaint on Tuesday evening. 

The caption of the photos reads: “I have submitted my complaint with Dhaka Metropolitan Police’s Cyber Unit today afternoon. A group of ill-intentioned people have been spreading fake videos on social media platforms to defame and socially ostracize me for the last few days. Basically, I filed my complaint to ADC Nazmul so that he can bring these culprits to justice. I am hopeful this unit will find these evil people, bring them to justice and delete these fake contents from the internet.”

ADC Najmul Islam told the press that they have already identified four people in total, from Bangladesh and abroad, in this connection. 

Jessia Islam, 20, is a Bangladeshi model who represented Bangladesh in the Miss World 2017 pageant. She was placed in the Top 40. 

After returning to Bangladesh she expressed her interest in working for the silver screen, but after her graduation. 

She had a brief relationship with popular Bangladeshi YouTube influencer, Salman Muqtadir during 2018.