According to court documents and corroborated by the Felony Division of the Lake County Clerk's office, former CAIR-Florida representative, Ahmad Saleem, has pled "not guilty" to two charges stemming from his arrest for attempting to have sex with a twelve-year-old girl last month. Now, the question is what will be the excuse(s) for his actions.

On May 20, 2015, Orlando resident Ahmad Abrar Saleem traveled to a house in Clermont, Florida with the intent to have sex with a twelve-year-old girl he had chatted with online. Upon opening the door of the home, instead of finding the girl, though, he found a number of police investigators who quickly brought him to the ground and proceeded to arrest him.

Two days following the arrest, someone put up $100,000 ($50,000 for each charge) to bond Saleem out of prison. Since then, Saleem has been free, awaiting his felony arraignment. Within that time, Saleem had hired a private attorney, who got Saleem's arraignment moved from the original date of June 15th to June 29th and who entered a written plea of "not guilty."

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