Dubai princess disappears after posting chilling last video
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By Aletha Adu, The Sun
March 14, 2018 | 1:20pm | Updated March 14, 2018 | 8:31pm
Dubai “princess” Sheikah Latifa Mohammed Al Maktoum has reportedly gone missing off the coast of Goa, India, after posting a chilling YouTube video in which she says that “this could be my last.”
Latifa, 33, who is said to have vanished alongside American Herve Jaubert, instructed her US-based lawyer to circulate the video in the event of her death or disappearance.
The bare-faced Latifa, who speaks directly to the camera, can be seen wearing a simple blue top with her hair tied back.
Giving a harrowing account of her life as a member of Dubai’s royal family, she says: “I am making this video because this could be the last video I make.”
“Pretty soon I’m going to be leaving somehow I’m not sure of the outcome, but I’m 99 percent positive this could work.”
Latifa reportedly sent her last WhatsApp message to her UK-based representative, Radha Stirling, on Sunday, March 4, from a US-registered boat at least 50 miles from India’s coastline, NDTV reported.
She told Stirling: “Radha, please help me, there are men outside,” before claiming to hear gunshots.
Stirling asked Latifa to record the gunshots, but she did not reply.
Stirling said Latifa first got in touch with her firm, Detained in Dubai, on Feb. 26, claiming she escaped Dubai, where she was tortured for helping a sibling who also ran away.
Latifa said her older sister fled because she was “not allowed to make choices for her future.”
She said her sister was denied choices that some people would take for granted — like driving a car or returning home at a certain time.Read More...