DOHA-(MaraviPost)-On March 5th local time, it was reported that the escaped Dubai Princess Haya’s case in London was finally settled, with the Supreme Court ruling that Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
The sheikh of Dubai had finally come to an end.
Maktoum kidnapped and tortured his two biological daughters, and also concluded that Princess Haya had been forced to flee from Dubai to London.
The court’s decision was announced by High Court judge Sir Andrew McFarlane.
The analysis suggests that this means that Dubai will be under international pressure or release the two princesses who have been imprisoned.
The two princesses detained were sister Shamsa and sister Latifa.
Samsa is understood to have not been seen in public since she was captured on the streets of Cambridge, London, 20 years ago.
Laifah, who recorded a video before her 2018 abduction, claims her sister had been drug-controlled and imprisoned in a Dubai palace, where she had “tried to kill herself many times.”
Samsa was reportedly taken back to Dubai after being anaesthetized, while Latti was taken from the speedboat by 15 masked men at sea, and the sisters are being held in Dubai’s palace.
Princess Haya, 45, knows about the two non-self-born princesses, and last year she fled to London with her two children, 12-year-old daughter Jalila and eight-year-old son Zayed, on the grounds of fear for their lives, and applied to the court for custody of the children and a compulsory marriage protection order.
In response, Sheikh Mohammed also commissioned a lawyer to appeal to the High Court, saying he wanted his two children to return home.
Sheikh Mohammed, 70, is considered one of the richest men in the world, has assets of 9 billion pounds (about 80.8 billion YUAN) and has six wives, and Princess Haya, a former Princess of Jordan, is the sixth to accompany her husband on top social occasions in London.
It is also the guest of the Queen of England.