Abdallah Morsi, the youngest son of Egypt’s ousted president Mohamed Morsi, died on Wednesday night of a heart attack in Cairo, a family lawyer told AFP.
Abdallah, 25, began to feel chests spasms while driving in Cairo with a friend and died shortly afterwards, AFP reported the family lawyer as saying.
Morsi was removed from office in 2013 following the 30 June popular uprising. He died on 17 June in Cairo after suffering a heart attack during a trial session in an espionage case.
Abdallah Morsi was a business administration graduate of the Canadian International College in Cairo.