A Paris court sentenced the Saudi king's daughter to 10 months in jail and a fine of 10,000 euros after she was found guilty of violence against a worker.
The court found today that Hessa Bint Salman was complicit in violence with gun threats, complicity in kidnapping and ordering one of her bodyguards to beat a worker who was working in her Parisian apartment in 2016, Reuters reported.
"The worker Ashraf Eid told the police that the guard handcuffed him, punished him, beat him and forced him to kiss the feet of Hessa, who treated him like a dog," the court said.
Princess Hessa was tried in absentia and an arrest warrant was issued in July 2017 at the Paris Correctional Court.
This is not the first time that the Al Saud family face legal cases in France, where a French court in 2013 seized the French assets of Maha al-Sudairy, wife of former Interior Minister Nayef bin Abdul Aziz, for not paying bills for a luxury hotel up to 6.7 million dollars. .
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