Sky News Arabia correspondent reported on Sunday that the Kuwaiti Attorney General issued a decision to seize the funds of a number of famous social media networks.
Our correspondent stated that the Kuwaiti Attorney General also decided to prevent these celebrities from traveling, adding that this comes "against the backdrop of the inflation of their bank accounts" and local media reports said that the inflation of the bank accounts of some famous social networks raised "suspicions of money laundering."
About a week ago, an Instagram account ousted a gang that specializes in money laundering.
Over the course of 3 months, this account was monitored by the security services in Kuwait, which later turned out to have a relationship with an Iranian resident who owns a car and travel office.
The gang members admitted to the acts attributed to them, and said that the money is from the proceeds of trafficking in alcoholic beverages, but investigators are intensifying the investigation to see if it is from another suspicious source.
During the security operation, luxury cars, precious hours and a quantity of alcoholic drinks imported from abroad were found.
Reports stated that a number of famous social platforms in Kuwait were summoned, given their relationship with the account that promotes luxury cars.