Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has said the case of Princess Latifa is “concerning” and the pictures of her are “very distressing”, adding that people want to see that “she is alive and well”. The Dubai princess has accused her father of holding her hostage in secret videos released to Sky News , following attempts to flee the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Princess Latifa is a daughter of one of the world’s richest men, Dubai’s billionaire ruler Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum. Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player ‘Beaten, drugged and imprisoned’: What happened to Princess Latifa? She escaped from Dubai in February 2018 but was forcibly returned the following month in what the royal family say was a rescue mission. The 35-year-old claims she was beaten, drugged and imprisoned in a jail following her return, and has since been locked away in a royal villa and placed under armed guard. Advertisement She says she wants her passport and to be free to leave the UAE. The United Nations has said it will raise the matter with the country. More from Princess Latifa Son’s plea for detained UK businessman ‘caught in prisoner-swap with Princess Latifa’ Princess Latifa:… Read full this story
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