The identity of Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein’s bodyguard lover has been revealed. Continue reading to learn everything there is to know about Jordan’s King Abdullah’s half-sister.
Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein is the ex-wife of Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al-Maktoum. She was formerly married to Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al-Maktoum.
She and Mohammed recently separated, with a settlement of around $728 million being paid to her.
Who is the bodyguard for Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein?
Russell Flowers is said to be Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein’s lover, according to reports.
There isn’t a lot of information accessible on him, including his age and financial status. Yet, a photograph of him standing beside Haya and Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum at Ascot does exist.
Her ex-husband hacked into the mobile phones of her bodyguards and legal team, which included Tory peer Baroness Shackleton, according to reports.
The breach was carried out with the help of Pegasus, an intrusive spyware programme. The NSO group, an Israeli company, was responsible for its inception. Her ex-husband, on the other hand, denied having any hacked data or conducting surveillance with his direct or implicit authorization. The President of the Family Division of the High Court in the United Kingdom determined the assertions to be false.
Additionally, Princess Haya’s security crew blackmailed her when she had an affair with one of them, resulting in numerous payments to the four members of the security team. She had to pay some of the debt with money from her children’s bank accounts, and she even had to sell jewellery that was worth more than $1.32 million.
The Divorce of Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the spouse of Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, has filed for divorce from him.
The ruler of Dubai was ordered to compensate her and her two children a total of almost $728 million by a Dubai court.
According to Judge Philip Moor, the majority of the money is being used to safeguard them from the significant danger that the Sheikh poses. He also stated that she did not request an award for herself, but rather requested security. He further instructed Mohammed to pay Haya for the loss of goods she had suffered as a result of the marriage’s dissolution.
Princess Haya, the half-sister of Jordan’s King Abdullah, and her two children escaped to England from the United Arab Emirates in April of this year. The cause for this was her husband’s apprehension.
Mohammed waged a campaign of threats and intimidation against her, making her feel insecure and fearful. He had also previously abducted and tortured two of his kids from a previous marriage, according to court documents. Later that year, he was convicted guilty of this charge by a London court of appeals.
Haya will get more than $332 million within three months from him as compensation for her residences in the United Kingdom and future security expenditures. It will also reimburse the money she owes for jewels and racehorses that she previously purchased.
Sheikh will also provide more than $3.95 million to help their children, Jalila and Zayed, further their educational goals. Furthermore, a sum in excess of $12 million is past due. According to the terms of the agreement, he would be required to pay more than $14.8 million for the upkeep and security of the children when they reach the age of majority.
The HSBC bank will retain the security, which is worth $384 million, and will be responsible for making the payments. In the beginning, Haya sought $1.8 billion, but the final amount is less than half of that amount.
Moor, on the other hand, stated that he would not provide his ex-financial wife’s demands complete immunity. Instead, think on what she wants. He also stated that money was not a consideration throughout the marriage process.
Haya spoke for about seven hours, coming to the conclusion that she desired freedom for herself and her children from the Sheikhs, and that a one-time payment would assist her in achieving that goal.