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06:40  14 june  2019
06:40  14 june  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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A Saudi Arabian princess made a painter and decorator kiss her feet inside a palatial Paris flat before telling a bodyguard: ‘You have to kill this dog, he doesn’t But the Princess , who is said to be related to the late King Khalid bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, was not happy. When she saw the workman taking

Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman sister is set to face trial in France next month The accusations stem from an incident in 2016 when the princess hired a tradesman to refurbish He also said he was forced to kiss the princess ’s feet . Only hours later, he was allowed to leave the But the princess fled the country to evade the law, prompting French authorities to issue an arrest

A French tradesman said he was tied up, severely beaten and forced to kiss the feet of the sister of Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman.

French tradesmen severely beaten and forced to kiss the feet of Saudi Princess© AAP Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman. It is alleged that the Saudi princess became angry after the worker took a photograph in her swish Parish apartment, AFP reported.

It is believed she thought he wanted to sell the picture to the media.

Hassa bint Salman, said to be in her 40s, will face trial in Paris next month after she allegedly ordered her bodyguard to attack the tradesperson.

The victim of the alleged physical attack, which took place in 2016, had been working in bint Salman's apartment on Avenue Foch.

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Princess Hassa bint Salman's bodyguard allegedly beat the plumber, threatened him with a gun, and told him to kiss the princess ' feet . The sister of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman will face trial in France, accused of ordering her bodyguard to attack a plumber, a legal source told

The case against Princess Hassa bint Salman stems from an alleged assault in her apartment on The workman says he was punched in the face, his hands were tied and he was forced to kiss the In 2013 French authorities ordered assets to be seized from Saudi princess Maha al-Sudairi, wife of

Bint Salman's court hearing will take place on July 9, according to the prosecutor's office. And was charged in August 2018 with theft, complicity with voluntary violence, and complicity of sequestration.

French tradesmen severely beaten and forced to kiss the feet of Saudi Princess© AAP The Saudi princess was allegedly angered by a tradesman taking photos in her luxury Parisian residence.

Bint Salman's brother, Mohammed bin Salman, has been Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia since 2017.

Originally viewed as a moderniser, he has faced international condemnation since Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in October 2018.

Bin Salman, also known by his initials MBS, has been condemned over the killing by the US Senate, but Riyadh denies he was involved

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