Connect with us

Princess Latifa’s latest video is doctored

News

Princess Latifa’s latest video is doctored

Our team of cyber and video experts are scrutinizing the latest video of Princess Latifa, which has been released by BBC on February 16, 2021. Initially, our experts have found that in the last video of Princess Latifa, at the time stamp 11:20, the image is blackened, purposely to obscure Latifa’s lips, in order to cover the imitation of her voice when it is heard that she contacted David Haigh and Tiina Jauhiainen.

Nowhere else in the 34 minutes video the image is blackened. Only on this time stamp and for a crucial element, it is a too convenient coincidence to be an accident.

According to experts, imitation of voice can be easily made with the help of software such as descript.com.

Out experts believe – the 3-seconds segment in the video has been doctored in order to support the claim that Princess Latifa had contacted David Haigh and Tiina Jauhiainen. The darkened part of the video is certainly doctored by David Haigh and Tiina Jauhiainen with the ulterior motive of proving themselves as contacts of the Dubai princess – which would later help them in receiving hundreds and thousands of dollars from various individuals under the pretense of fighting for Princess Latifa.

Marcus Essabri caught in lying

Marcus Essabri claims to be the “maternal cousin” of Princess Latifa. According to our information, Princess Latifa’s mother is Houria Ahmed Lamara, born in Algeria. She is one of the six wives of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. The other five wives of Sheikh Mohammed are Hind bint Maktoum bin Juma Al Maktoum, Princess Haya bint Hussein, Randa bint Mohammed Al-Banna, Delila Aloula and Zoe Grigorakos.

According to media reports, Marcus Essabri (50) was born in Morocco. He claims, his mother is the sister of “one of Sheikh Maktoum’s six wives”.

Princess Latifa with her mother, Houria Ahmed Lamara

Essabri told how he lived with Shamsa and her siblings in a Dubai palace when he was aged between 12 and 14.

Then he Lived in London since he was 14, so it is 34 years ago, in 1987.

Marcus transitioned to woman in 2009, when he was 38.

In the BBC program, Marcus Essabri said, last time he saw Princess Latifa was when she was 9 or 10. So it was in 1995, and Marcus was 24 – then a woman and mother.

But it is a lie that contradicts his own statements. Because, he has been living in London since 1987 until 1995 and never returned to Dubai.

Princess Latifa was not in the UK when she was 9 or 10. She only had a couple months’ vacation in the Longcross Estate when she was 14 in 1999.

So – Marcus Essabri never met Latifa.

The pictures Marcus Essabri has shared to support his presence in Dubai and his connections with Princess Shamsa on 19/12/1986 are fake! The girl in the picture is not Princess Shamsa.

Princess Latifa (33), was born December 5 ,1985. Until 1995, she lived in Zabeel Palace in Dubai and then reunited with Shamsa at her mother’s house.

In 2002, Princess Latifa was 16 when she ran away, she was caught at the Oman border.

Princess Shamsa born in 1981.

In July 2000, Princess Shamsa escaped during holidays in Longcross. She was 19.

Marcus Essabri claimed, Princess Shamsa had written him a letter in September 1999. The letter was in English. Marcus showed the letter on the 60-Minute program on an Australian TV channel. But the letter is fake. According to Arab culture, an Arab will never write a letter to a relative in English.

After Blitz had challenged the Princess Shamsa’s so-called letter to Marcus Essabri, the crook and his gang had stopped showing it again.

The scammer Marcus Essabri created a personal blog on Facebook on June 8, 2020, at the advice of David Haigh and Tiina Jauhiainen. He has also opened a Twitter account almost at the same time.

Recommended for you:

Contents published under this byline are those created by the news team of WeeklyBlitz

Click to comment

Leave a Comment

More in News

Popular Posts

Subscribe via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Top Trends

Facebook

More…

Latest

To Top
%d bloggers like this: