I would call this “typefacegate,” but then I am an insufferable pedant.
The daughter of Pakistan’s prime minister has become subject of ridicule in her home country after forensic experts cast doubts on documents central to her defence against corruption allegations. … Documents claiming that Mariam Nawaz Sharif was only a trustee of the companies that bought the London flats, are dated February 2006, and appear to be typed in Microsoft Calibri. | But the font was only made commercially available in 2007, leading to suspicions that the documents are forged. | Social media users have derided Sharif for this apparent misstep, coining the hashtag #fontgate. —The Guardian