February 20 Recently, Princess Latifah of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, revealed that her imprisonment attracted attention.
The Dubai royal family issued a statement on the 19th in response that Latifah was receiving treatment at home.
According to CNN, the embassy of the United Arab Emirates in London quoted a statement from the princess family: “In response to the relevant media reports, we would like to thank those who expressed concern about her health, although these reports obviously do not reflect the actual situation.
The princess is being treated at home and is cared for by her family and medical professionals. Her situation is constantly improving, and we hope she can return to public life in due course.”
Latifah, 35 years old, is the daughter of the vice president and prime minister of the United Arab Emirates and the chief of Dubai.
Latifah, who tried to escape abroad by yacht at the end of February 2018, was eventually brought back to Dubai, and has not appeared in public since then.
This is the second time she has failed to escape abroad. In 2002, Latifah, who was only a teenager at that time, also tried to leave the United Arab Emirates.
Several video clips broadcast by the BBC on the 16th showed Latifah hiding in a locked bathroom and whispering in English: “I’m a hostage. The villa was converted into a prison.
All the windows are closed, and I can’t open a single window. I was alone, solitary confinement, no medical care, no trial, no charges, nothing.”