The Egyptian actress is facing the next month, charged with public obscurity after attending the film ceremony ceremony in Cairo, carrying an embroidery bag that revealed the fullness of her legs.
The trial of Rania Youssef, which is scheduled to start January 12, follows a complaint to the chief prosecutor by a group of lawyers against the actress.
Egypt is largely a conservative country with Muslim majority.
The Arab country of 100 million people has secured tracking for secularism in recent decades, increasing religious preservative, but Youssef's case suggests that the Islamic fundamentalism still lasts the society five years after the Islamist president was expelled by the military.
Youssef faces up to five years in prison if he is convicted.