New footage has come from Princess Latifa al Maktoum, 35, daughter of Emir of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, who was caught fleeing the country in 2018.
In the photo, two women stand next to Princess Latifa, who is seen sitting on the dining room floor in a shopping center.
One of the women turned out to be Soned Taylor, a math teacher living in Dubai.
Another detail from the photo posted on Instagram recently is that the film, the poster of which was seen on the back, was released in the United Arab Emirates on May 13.
Stating that she received medication from the UAE commandos who caught her while fleeing to India, the princess explained in the video that she could no longer see the sunlight after being locked in the villa.
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She said she didn’t know her father’s plans for her and the situation was getting more and more desperate by the day, and the princess’s last words were: ‘I’m really, really tired of this. ”.
Tiina Jauhianen, Latifa’s friend and director of Latifa’s campaign for freedom in recent months, and human rights lawyer David Haigh told Demiroren news agency that they did not have heard about Latifa for 6 months and were worried about her life.
At the same time, spokeswoman for United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Marta Hurtado said at the same time that they wanted ‘proof of life’ from Dubai that Latifa was alive. , but that they couldn’t get a response from Dubai.
The UAE royals claim Latifa suffers from mental health issues.