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A mother who was detained in Dubai for three days with her four-year-old daughter after drinking a glass of wine has landed back in the UK and was greeted by her delighted family.

Swedish dentist Ellie Holman lives in Sevenoaks in Kent with her English partner Gary and her three children received an apology from the government in Dubai after she and her daughter were released yesterday.

She told MailOnline: "I am so relieved to be at home and can not wait to be with my family, to rest and to rest."

Dr. Ellie Holman and four-year-old Bibi thrown because Mrs. Holman drank a glass of wine on her flight to Dubai. (Photo: SWNS)

One year old, met by her partner Gary at Gatwick Airport, added, "It feels great to be free and back in a safe country.

"I'm just looking forward to being with my family. I want to keep everyone together and never let them go. "

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Earlier, she announced that she and Bibi, four, were housed in a "hot and foul-smelling" room and had slept in a canteen area

According to the Detained in Dubai human rights group, she was initially denied water and had to clean toilets while in detention.

The Kent-based dentist was told she could go for a personal intervention from the country Mr. Sheikh Mohammed

Mrs. Holman became arrested on 13 July after drinking a glass of wine on an eight-hour Emirates Airline flight from London to Dubai, a statement by the Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that was formed to help people the United Arab Emirates (UAE) said

Bibi had already flown home after her release with her father. (Photo: SWNS)
] Mrs. Holman, 44, said she is looking forward to being with her family (Photo: MailOnline)

She became arrested after an immigration officer questioned her about her visa and asked if she had consumed alcohol.

The group said that Ms. Holman and Bibi were traveling to Dubai for five days. Day break to visit friends after visiting several times before.

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After landing, she was questioned by an immigration officer who voided her visa and She must return to London. The group immediately said to London:

Ms. Holman claims he is "repellent and rude" when she asked if she could buy another visa and was then asked about her alcohol consumption.

But Hours Before She Flew Home Dubai's attorney general claimed she was not jailed for a glass of wine but because she insulted an immigration officer because her passport expired.


<img data-orig-id = "wp-image-7829010" data-orig-w = "" data-orig-h = "" data-max-width = "540" width = "540" height = "670" data-rsz = "shrink" src = "https://metrouk2.files.wordpress.com/2018/08/sei_24827218-7257.jpg?quality=80&strip=all&zoom=1&resize=540%2C670" alt = " A mother told of her terrible trial that she was locked up in a dirty house in Dubai for three days with her four-year-old daughter to drink a glass of wine on a London flight Ellie Holman, 44, was arrested after she was arrested An immigration officer at Dubai International Airport was asked if she had consumed alcohol on the eight-hour flight.Three mother, a dentist from Sevenoaks, Kent, said she was detained in a "hot and foul-smelling cheek." Airport Detention Center and was not allowed to call her husband, Gary, and now Dr. Holman has to spend up to a year in the strict Arab state to handle her case She said exclusively to MailOnline: "My little girl had to go to the toilet on the cell floor. I never heard her cry the same way I did in this cell. "My passport remains seized until the case is clarified, which, I'm told, will take at least a year." She said. "So far, this situation has cost me around € 30,000 in legal fees, expenses and lost work, my practice is closed, all of our savings are gone, and her nightmare began after she had risen from Emirates Airlines to Dubai on July 13 On the flights from the UK to Dubai, alcohol is served by default on Emirates Airlines, and on arrival Dr. Holman was questioned by an immigration officer about her visa, which told her that it was not valid She said she had visited the UAE several times before, and since the visa had not expired, it was assumed that it was still valid, and the immigration officer told her that the visa was valid for a single visit and said she needed it Buy a ticket and return to London immediately Dr. Holman says that she pleaded with the "repellent and rude" official who allowed her to fly to the airport To apply for a new visa and to tell him that her daughter is exhausted. "The idea of ​​buying another ticket and turning around for another long flight was unthinkable," she said. During a tense dispute with the immigration officer, Dr. Holman, he had become angry with her and refused to answer her questions. She said he had asked her if she had been drinking. I told him I had drunk a glass of wine on the flight. It was provided to me by Emirates Airlines employees for free. The official told Dr. Holman possession of alcohol? even when consumed? was a crime in the UAE. As the official became more nervous, Dr. Holman filmed him on her phone, so she had some evidence of his rude behavior. Within seconds, she was surrounded by a dozen armed police and said filming by airport officials was a criminal offense. The frightened couple was taken to a cell at the airport and their phones and passports removed. Dr. Holman said her daughter Bibi was heartbroken and she tried to comfort her by reading her books in prison. They were taken to a police station where she was told to deliver a blood test for an alcohol test. She said a guard took out her earrings and tried to strip her hair extensions. While the police were speaking in Arabic, Dr. Holman for water and food. She claims that they also asked to use a toilet, but they were denied permission. Dr. Holman, a Swedish national, says she and Bibi were instructed to sleep in a canteen area used by other inmates. She claims that the lights in the room are on, and without air conditioning, she says it's hot and smelly. ? She said that the male guards offered no help as she struggled exhausted and shocked from her experience to lift the mattress. The guards stood by and laughed, she asserted. "My daughter is a happy, smiling girl, but she was scared." She said. The frightened couple arrived at a police station where a man in a dirty white coat said he would take a sample of her blood as proof that she had drunk alcohol. She was told the results showed 0.04% alcohol in her blood? a reading far below the UK Drink Drive Limit. During their detention the couple do not eat. The food smelled of rotting garbage and neither Bibi nor I could give it a try. I stayed awake all three days? She said. She claims that they were denied a pillow or a change of clothes and that Dr. Holman was forced to clean toilets and wipe the floor while her daughter stood by her side. She said Bibi was in a state of shock, refusing to be comforted. Back at her home in Kent, partner Gary was desperate with worry as he had not heard from the couple. Dr. Holman said: "Friends had found out that I was in jail and tried to visit them, nobody was allowed to see us, we were not told, Gary flew to Dubai and left the child's other children, Suri, Nine and Noah After her imprisonment, Dr. Holman was handcuffed back to the airport and given bail, Bibi and her father were now allowed to fly back to the UK while Dr. Holman stays with friends in Dubai, Gary said Seeing his partner and daughter arrested is "devastating to the whole family." "The thought of Ellie and our little girl in this terrible prison breaks my heart. ? Ellie is a sensible, professional person and excellent mother who would never knowingly break the law. ? Why Emirates Airlines serves alcohol for a passenger to drink and then through the airport. "It was devastating for the whole family, Ellie took a much needed break with little Bibi looking forward to the beach and playing in the sea, hoping that it can all be over so we can all be together again and start Radha Stirling, CEO of Detained In Dubai, said the British NGO for Human Rights, representing Ellie, said in a statement: "The UAE maintains a deliberately misleading view that drinking alcohol is perfectly legal for visitors. Examples include bars at the airport, hotels, restaurants and clubs that offer drinks. Tourists can not be blamed for believing that the Emirates tolerate Western drinking habits, but that is far from reality. It is completely illegal for any tourist to have alcohol in his blood. It is illegal to consume alcohol in a bar, hotel, and restaurant, and if that person is intoxicated, she is imprisoned. David Haigh, a Detained partner in Dubai, added, "It's heartbreaking to see a mother and a child arrested over something as trivial as a glass of wine." 19659026? The family had visited Dubai several times. (Photo: MailOnline)

<img data-orig-id = "wp-image-7826740" data-orig-w = "" data-orig-h = "" data-max-width = "540" width = "540" height = "590" data-rsz = "shrink" src = "https://metrouk2.files.wordpress.com/2018/08/sei_24827334-88f4.jpg?quality=80&strip=all&zoom=1&resize=540% 2C590 "alt =" A mother has told of her terrible agony that she was locked up in a dirty jail in Dubai with her four-year-old daughter for drinking a glass of wine on a London flight Ellie Holman, 44, for three days. was arrested after being asked by an immigration officer at Dubai International Airport if she had consumed alcohol on the eight-hour flight.Three mother, a dentist from Sevenoaks, Kent, said she was in a "hot and foul-smelling baking." Airport Detention Center, and was not allowed to call her husband Gary, and now Dr. Holman has to spend up to a year in the austere Arab state to settle her case. She said exclusively to MailOnline: "My little girl had to go to the toilet on the cell floor and I never heard her cry the same way as in this cell." My passport remains seized until the case is clarified, which, how It has been said that it will take at least a year. "She said," So far, this situation has cost me around € 30,000 in legal fees, expenses, and missed work. My practice is closed. All our savings are gone. Her nightmare began after she had risen from Emirates Airlines from London to Dubai on July 13th. During the flight, she was served a glass of red wine with her meal. On flights from the United Kingdom to Dubai, alcohol is served by default on Emirates Airlines. On her arrival, Dr. Holman was interviewed by an immigration officer about her visa, who told her that it was not valid. She said she has visited the UAE several times and, as the visa has not expired, it is assumed that it is still valid. The immigration officer told her that the visa was valid for a single visit and said she needed to buy a ticket and return to London immediately. Dr. Holman says she pleaded "repugnant and rude"? Official who allowed her to apply for a new visa at the airport and tell him that her daughter was exhausted. "The idea of ​​buying another ticket and turning around for another long flight was unthinkable," she said. During a tense dispute with the immigration officer, Dr. Holman, he had become angry with her and refused to answer her questions. She said he had asked her if she had been drinking. I told him I had drunk a glass of wine on the flight. It was provided to me by Emirates Airlines employees for free. The official told Dr. Holman possession of alcohol? even when consumed? was a crime in the UAE. As the official became more nervous, Dr. Holman filmed him on her phone, so she had some evidence of his rude behavior. Within seconds, she was surrounded by a dozen armed police and said filming by airport officials was a criminal offense. The frightened couple was taken to a cell at the airport and their phones and passports removed. Dr. Holman said her daughter Bibi was heartbroken and she tried to comfort her by reading her books in prison. They were taken to a police station where she was told to deliver a blood test for an alcohol test. She said a guard took out her earrings and tried to strip her hair extensions. While the police were speaking in Arabic, Dr. Holman for water and food. She claims that they also asked to use a toilet, but they were denied permission. Dr. Holman, a Swedish national, says she and Bibi were instructed to sleep in a canteen area used by other inmates. She claims that the lights in the room are on, and without air conditioning, she says it's hot and smelly. ? She said that the male guards offered no help as she struggled exhausted and shocked from her experience to lift the mattress. The guards stood by and laughed, she asserted. "My daughter is a happy, smiling girl, but she was scared." She said. The frightened couple arrived at a police station where a man in a dirty white coat said he would take a sample of her blood as proof that she had drunk alcohol. She was told the results showed 0.04% alcohol in her blood? a reading far below the UK Drink Drive Limit. During their detention the couple do not eat. The food smelled of rotting garbage and neither Bibi nor I could give it a try. I stayed awake all three days? She said. She claims that they were denied a pillow or a change of clothes and that Dr. Holman was forced to clean toilets and wipe the floor while her daughter stood by her side. She said Bibi was in a state of shock, refusing to be comforted. Back at her home in Kent, partner Gary was desperate with worry as he had not heard from the couple. Dr. Holman said: "Friends had found out that I was in jail and tried to visit them, nobody was allowed to see us, we were not told, Gary flew to Dubai and left the child's other children, Suri, Nine and Noah After her imprisonment, Dr. Holman was handcuffed back to the airport and given bail, Bibi and her father were now allowed to fly back to the UK while Dr. Holman stays with friends in Dubai, Gary said Seeing his partner and daughter arrested is "devastating to the whole family." "The thought of Ellie and our little girl in this terrible prison breaks my heart. ? Ellie is a sensible, professional person and excellent mother who would never knowingly break the law. ? Why Emirates Airlines serves alcohol for a passenger to drink and then through the airport. "It was devastating for the whole family, Ellie took a much needed break with little Bibi looking forward to the beach and playing in the sea, hoping that it can all be over so we can all be together again and start Radha Stirling, CEO of Detained In Dubai, said the British NGO for Human Rights, representing Ellie, said in a statement: "The UAE maintains a deliberately misleading view that drinking alcohol is perfectly legal for visitors. Examples include bars at the airport, hotels, restaurants and clubs that offer drinks. Tourists can not be blamed for believing that the Emirates tolerate Western drinking habits, but that is far from reality. It is completely illegal for any tourist to have alcohol in his blood. It is illegal to consume alcohol in a bar, hotel, and restaurant, and if that person is intoxicated, she is imprisoned. David Haigh, a Detained partner in Dubai, added, "It's heartbreaking to see a mother and a child arrested over something as trivial as a glass of wine." 19659028) Ellie Holman, 44, traveled with her four-year-old little girl, Bibi (center) (Photo: MailOnline)

<img data-orig-id = "wp-image-7821702" data-orig w = "" data-orig-h = "" data-max-width = "540" width = "540" height = "537" data-rsz = "shrink" src = "https: //metrouk2.files.wordpress .com / 2018/08 / sei_24827251-0dd0.jpg? quality = 80 & strip = all & zoom = 1 & resize = 540% 2C537 "alt =" A mother has told of her terrible ordeal that she spent three days in a dirty prison with her four-year-old daughter Locked up in Dubai, glass of wine was on a London flight Ellie Holman, 44, was arrested after being asked by an immigration officer at Dubai International Airport if she had consumed alcohol on the eight-hour flight, the threefold mother, a dentist Sevenoaks, Kent, says she was trapped in a "hot and foul-smelling cheek." Airport detention center, and was not allowed to call her husband Gary. Now Dr. Holman spend up to a year in the strict Arab state to settle her case. She said exclusively to MailOnline: "My little girl had to go to the toilet on the cell floor and I never heard her cry the same way as in this cell." My passport remains seized until the case is clarified, which, how It has been said that it will take at least a year. "She said," So far, this situation has cost me around € 30,000 in legal fees, expenses, and missed work. My practice is closed. All our savings are gone. Her nightmare began after she had risen from Emirates Airlines from London to Dubai on July 13th. During the flight, she was served a glass of red wine with her meal. On flights from the United Kingdom to Dubai, alcohol is served by default on Emirates Airlines. On her arrival, Dr. Holman was interviewed by an immigration officer about her visa, who told her that it was not valid. She said she has visited the UAE several times and, as the visa has not expired, it is assumed that it is still valid. The immigration officer told her that the visa was valid for a single visit and said she needed to buy a ticket and return to London immediately. Dr. Holman says she pleaded "repugnant and rude"? Official who allowed her to apply for a new visa at the airport and tell him that her daughter was exhausted. "The idea of ​​buying another ticket and turning around for another long flight was unthinkable," she said. During a tense dispute with the immigration officer, Dr. Holman, he had become angry with her and refused to answer her questions. She said he had asked her if she had been drinking. I told him I had drunk a glass of wine on the flight. It was provided to me by Emirates Airlines employees for free. The official told Dr. Holman possession of alcohol? even when consumed? was a crime in the UAE. As the official became more nervous, Dr. Holman filmed him on her phone, so she had some evidence of his rude behavior. Within seconds, she was surrounded by a dozen armed police and said filming by airport officials was a criminal offense. The frightened couple was taken to a cell at the airport and their phones and passports removed. Dr. Holman said her daughter Bibi was heartbroken and she tried to comfort her by reading her books in prison. They were taken to a police station where she was told to deliver a blood test for an alcohol test. She said a guard took out her earrings and tried to strip her hair extensions. While the police were speaking in Arabic, Dr. Holman for water and food. She claims that they also asked to use a toilet, but they were denied permission. Dr. Holman, a Swedish national, says she and Bibi were instructed to sleep in a canteen area used by other inmates. She claims that the lights in the room are on, and without air conditioning, she says it's hot and smelly. ? She said that the male guards offered no help as she struggled exhausted and shocked from her experience to lift the mattress. The guards stood by and laughed, she asserted. "My daughter is a happy, smiling girl, but she was scared." She said. The frightened couple arrived at a police station where a man in a dirty white coat said he would take a sample of her blood as proof that she had drunk alcohol. She was told the results showed 0.04% alcohol in her blood? a reading far below the UK Drink Drive Limit. During their detention the couple do not eat. The food smelled of rotting garbage and neither Bibi nor I could give it a try. I stayed awake all three days? She said. She claims that they were denied a pillow or a change of clothes and that Dr. Holman was forced to clean toilets and wipe the floor while her daughter stood by her side. She said Bibi was in a state of shock, refusing to be comforted. Back at her home in Kent, partner Gary was desperate with worry as he had not heard from the couple. Dr. Holman said: "Friends had found out that I was in jail and tried to visit them, nobody was allowed to see us, we were not told, Gary flew to Dubai and left the child's other children, Suri, Nine and Noah After her imprisonment, Dr. Holman was handcuffed back to the airport and given bail, Bibi and her father were now allowed to fly back to the UK while Dr. Holman stays with friends in Dubai, Gary said Seeing his partner and daughter arrested is "devastating to the whole family." "The thought of Ellie and our little girl in this terrible prison breaks my heart. ? Ellie is a sensible, professional person and excellent mother who would never knowingly break the law. ? Why Emirates Airlines serves alcohol for a passenger to drink and then through the airport. "It was devastating for the whole family, Ellie took a much needed break with little Bibi looking forward to the beach and playing in the sea, hoping that it can all be over so we can all be together again and start Radha Stirling, CEO of Detained In Dubai, said the British NGO for Human Rights, representing Ellie, said in a statement: "The UAE maintains a deliberately misleading view that drinking alcohol is perfectly legal for visitors. Examples include bars at the airport, hotels, restaurants and clubs that offer drinks. Tourists can not be blamed for believing that the Emirates tolerate Western drinking habits, but that is far from reality. It is completely illegal for any tourist to have alcohol in his blood. It is illegal to consume alcohol in a bar, hotel, and restaurant, and if that person is intoxicated, she is imprisoned. David Haigh, a Detained partner in Dubai, added, "It's heartbreaking to see a mother and a child arrested over something as trivial as a glass of wine." 18659030] Mr. Holman flew to Bibi a few days ago, but his wife had to stay (Image: MailOnline)

Officials also said that she was held for less than 24 hours, but did not explain why she had a blood test received and showed her alcoholic taste.

Radha Stirling, managing director of Detained in Dubai, said: "The UAE have a deliberately misleading facade that alcohol consumption is perfectly legal for visitors.

" Tourists can not be held responsible for the emirates being tolerant of Western drinking habits are far from reality.

"It is completely illegal for any tourist to have alcohol in their blood, even if consumed in flight and provided by Dubai's own airline, and it is illegal to consume alcohol in a bar, hotel and restaurant and if he's intoxicated, that person is imprisoned. "

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