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Brother of the Emir of Qatar faces allegations of incitement to murder and rape in America The FBI is investigating charges against Prince Khalid bin Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani

Brother of the Emir of Qatar faces allegations of incitement to murder and rape in America

America, Los Angeles, Pasadena, Daily Mail: - The FBI is investigating the statements of the American nurse, Matthew Allende, 38, against the brother of the Emir of Qatar, Khalid bin Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, who accused him of raping and abusing his girlfriend, Abi Han, 42, with violence, which led to a certain death .

"On January 14, 2020, his girlfriend was found in the bedroom of their apartment in Pasadena, a Los Angeles suburb, and she was in critical condition after being brutally beaten," said Matthew Allende, 38, in an interview with the British "Daily Mail".

The walls of the room were stained with blood.

The woman was taken to intensive care in a hospital, in a coma, and doctors warned her mother that her daughter might die within hours, but she survived and got out of the coma two days later and left the hospital two weeks later to continue receiving treatment at her home.

The newspaper points out that the woman's injuries and DNA tests indicate that she was raped, but she does not remember anything that happened on the day of the accident.

Matthew Allende believes that this incident may be to avenge him, after he filed a lawsuit against the brother of the Emir of Qatar, before a US court, with a value of 34 million dollars. In that lawsuit, Allende, who Prince Khaled rented in 2017 to monitor his health, said that he was forcing him to work from 20 to 36 hours without stopping and without a vacation, and was prevented from leaving the Sheikh's Palace in Doha, and he was held there for two months after trying to escape , Before they were allowed to return to the United States in 2018.

As for the bodyguard of the brother of the Emir of Qatar, Matthew Petard, who had also rented him in 2017, he said that while in the United States, Prince Khalid asked him to kill his creditor, and a woman from his surroundings was believed to be in contact with a person in Saudi Arabia, insisting that That, after his resignation, he received death threats from his former client.

The police officer, Jesse Cariliu, told the newspaper that there is no evidence to prove the brother of the Qatari prince was involved in the accident, but the police are investigating the nurse's allegations, noting that nothing was stolen from the apartment, including jewelry worth $ 10,000 and a tangible sum of money .

For her part, the nurse's lawyer, Rebecca Castaneda, announced that the FBI is also investigating the incident.


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