Dubai King Divorce Settlement: The King of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, is in deep trouble for brutally treating his sixth wife, Princess Haya. Now he will have to give 5500 crores as divorce, which is the highest in the history of Britain.
The wife of the King of Dubai gave heart to the bodyguard,
According to reports, after tied in marriage for about 16 years, she left Dubai in the year 2018 and secretly fled to London with her children. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid had crossed all limits of cruelty against his wife Princess Haya. The King of Dubai also used to spy on Princess Haya through the controversial Israeli software Pegasus. Meanwhile, Princess Haya surrenders to her bodyguard and leaves the country with his help. Princess Haya’s bodyguard married
Ex-wife was tortured
The court found that the King of Dubai had planned to kidnap his two children, Princess Latifah and Princess Shamsa, to torture his wife.
After this, Princess Haya threatened on the streets of Cambridge, and a campaign launched to intimidate her.
Simultaneously using NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware. The King of Dubai hacked the phones of five of his associates, including his ex-wife Haya and their two lawyers. After which the lawyers of Kajkumari Haya had told her that her life was in danger.
Princess Haya gave 12 crores to hide her love affair
Princess Haya has left Dubai and has been living in Britain for many years. The ruler of Dubai divorced Princess Haya in February 2019 under Sharia law without informing her. After this, Princess Haya sued in a UK court over the custody of the children and the decision came in Haya’s favor. Sheikh Mohammed has a total of 16 children. According to a report, Princess Haya had spent 12 crores to hide her relationship with the bodyguard.
had absconded with the bodyguard
According to reports, Princess Haya escaped from Dubai with her two children after married for several years.
It is said that Princess Haya’s affair started with one of her bodyguards, Russell Flower, and the two also had an illicit relationship. The court said the total amount the children would receive could be more or less than £29 million. It depends on various factors such as how long they live and whether they reconcile with their father. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, 72, is also the Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates.