Lebanese pop superstar Nancy Ajram has said she is "fine" after her husband shot an intruder to death in her villa in New Sheileh, Lebanon.
"I am fine," Ajram, who sustained a minor leg injury in the incident, told Lebanese TV channel MTV on Sunday, thanking all the people who called her.
Early on Sunday, Ajram's husband Fadi Al-Hachem shot dead an intruder, identified by the prosecution as Mohamed Hassan Moussa, who allegedly broke into the home with the purpose of theft.
The couple's children were in the house at the time of the incident.
Al-Hachem has been detained by police for questioning.
"I am fine, my family is fine. I can't talk right now," Ajram told a reporter at her home.
Ajram shot to fame with the 'Akhasmak Ah' video clip almost two decades ago, and has since become one of the most popular pop singers in the Arab region, producing a series of hit albums and starring in the most prestigious international talent shows.
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