A Dubai princess who announced in a video that she would flee the Emirate was "returned," a source close to Dubai's government has said.
"I can confirm that she has taken her back," the source said on condition of anonymity.
The source said he did not know where the royal, 32-year-old Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum was being tracked down by whom only she was now "with her family" and "Excellent."
Sheikha Latifa, a daughter of Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, appeared in a YouTube video in March announcing she was fleeing.
I'm making this video because it could be the last video I make, "she began.
The young woman who was sitting in a T-shirt with hair tied back and sitting at a window with curtains,
She said she was the daughter of the ruler of Dubai and an Algerian mother, Horriya Ahmed, and that in recent years she had tried to escape before she had access to the Internet.
19659003] "Pretty soon I'll go somehow and I'm not so sure of the result, but I & # 39; m 99% positive it will work. And if not, then this video can help me because my dad only cares about his reputation, "said Latifa.
She said her departure was" the beginning of me claiming my life, my freedom. " 19659003] Last month, Latifa was picked up by a UK-based group called "Detained in Dubai" allegedly supporting victims of injustice in the United Arab Emirates.
The group said the young woman was trying to flee Dubai Ship, but the ship was intercepted on March 4, less than 80 km off the coast of India.
Detained in Dubai, has since launched a campaign on her behalf.
The source said it was a "private" The case was "exploited", accusing rival Qatar of fueling the campaign.
"It's a domestic matter that has turned into a soap opera that has turned into a raging program Source:
He told Latifa three principal escorts involved in the escape attempt – a Finnish woman and two French men, one with dual US citizenship – were in Dubai on previous charges searched.