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British gay leader falsely proclaims to be Dubai’s ‘palace insider’

Robin Agascar MBE, Marcus Essabri, Clive Stevens, Maggie Powell, Ian Vesty, Princess Shamsa, Princess Haya, Princess Latifa, Australia, Dubai

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British gay leader falsely proclaims to be Dubai’s ‘palace insider’

Anand Sharma

British tabloid the Daily Mail has published a report claiming they have found a person named Marcus Essabri, who is a barber by profession and also a leader of an organization of gays – named ‘Gay Glos’.

Sir Ian McKellen is the patron of this organization while the trustees are Robin Agascar MBE, Marcus Essabri, Clive Stevens, Maggie Powell, and Ian Vesty. Its office is located at C/O 153 Bristol Road, Quedgeley, Gloucester, GL2 4PQ.

The Daily Mail in its reports said: An Insider in Dubai’s royal family has broken his silence to tell how Sheikh Maktoum’s multi-million-pound divorce battle with his estranged wife Princess Haya in the British courts will expose secrets of the UAE ruler.

Sheikh Maktoum’s nephew Marcus Essabri says the divorce will show how his uncle has mistreated Princess Haya and his cousins Princess Latifa and Princess Shamsa.

Speaking to Australia’s TV news show ’60 Minutes’, Essabri said: ‘The one person who knows the truth about what happened to my cousins Latifa and Shamsa is Princess Haya.

‘I hope that she uses the court case to tell the world how they have been treated. She has the opportunity to do some good for these poor women.’

Essabri told the British tabloid that his mother is the sister of one of six wives of Dubai’s ruler Sheikh Mohammed Maktoum and “demanded an update on the treatment of Princess Latifa who fled the kingdom last year, claiming she had been drugged, imprisoned and tortured.

According to the Daily Mail, in his TV interview being aired in Australia on Sunday Essabri, 48, will say the hearing is likely to expose the real goings-on inside Dubai’s royal family – as he reveals how as his favorite cousin Shamsa confided in him her plans to escape.

‘She sent me letters asking me for my help and told me how she was not allowed to attend University. Her life was not her own.’

After receiving Shamsa’s plea for help Essabri spoke to his aunt to tell her how unhappy her daughter was with her life.

As a result, he was shunned by other members of the Dubai royal family.

‘The family did not like being told that something was wrong and all contact was broken,’ he said. ‘ I have had nothing to do with them ever since. They did not like anyone speaking about Shamsa’.

Essabri, who has lived in the UK since he was 14, believes Princess Haya’s decision to flee from Dubai and seek sanctuary in London showed there was a pattern of women close to the Sheikh wanting to leave.

‘With Princess Haya leaving people will see that there is a pattern. Three women in his life have all fled from his control. What does that tell you about the man and what he is like,” he said.

Exposing Marcus Essabri

David Haigh, a gay and convicted fraud who also has been making a huge amount of money by pretending to be working for Princess Latifa had actually invented his fellow gay Marcus Essabri, a barber and has fooled the Australian broadcast network as well as the British newspaper with fake stories.

Our correspondent in Jordan said it is impossible that even a distant relative of the Dubai ruler would make his earning by running a barbershop. “This is a pure scam, most definitely manufactured jointly by Tiina Jauhiainen and David Haigh – who already are known for making tons of money simply by cashing the case of Princess Latifa.

Another source in London said, Marcus Essabri possibly is the invention of either King Abdullah of Jordan or Princess Haya’s full brother Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein. It may be mentioned here that, Prince Ali is a drug addict.

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