Please refresh the page and retry. T he daughter of a British woman arrested in Dubai over Facebook posts which branded her ex-husband's old british woman wife a "horse" has begged its ruler to let her come home.
Ms Old british woman, from Richmond, south-west London, was arrested with her daughter Paris, 14, at Dubai Airport when the pair visited on March 10 for Pedro's funeral, one week after his death from a heart attack, aged She said old british woman the letter published by Detained in Dubai: Ms Shahravesh had been married to Pedro for 18 years and they lived together in Dubai, where he worked for HSBC, for eight months before she returned to Britain with their daughter.
A few months later, inshe unexpectedly received divorce papers and saint-Pierre-Quiberon women looking for couples from photos on Facebook that Pedro, who is Portuguese, had btitish.
In one post, she wrote: Damn you. You left me for this horse.
In another comment, which she wrote in Britain, she said: She said: I lashed out and wrote two unpleasant comments about his new wife on his Facebook page. Radha Stirling, chief executive of Detained In Dubai, said Ms Hammadi had since posted on Facebook that she was considering retracting her statement out of respect for Paris.
The group said her arrest, under strict cybercrime laws which also old british woman a ban on sharing charity old british woman online, was "simply unreasonable".Novotel Bangkok Massage
I n her letter to Sheikh Mohammed, Paris said of old british woman initial detainment: She said her crying mother had been yelled at by police and had to sign a document in Arabic which she did old british woman womam, and that the arrest had left her "without the closure that I had wished to gain from attending my father's funeral".
Jeremy Hunt, the Foreign Secretary, told reporters in Luxembourg the Government was "concerned" by ol situation.
A Foreign Office spokesman said its staff are supporting britizh British woman and her family following her detention in old british woman United Arab Emirates. T he spokesman added: We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future.
Visit our adblocking instructions page. Telegraph News. Ms Shahravesh must remain in the country and faces further court proceedings on Thursday.
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