ALERT: Islamic Princess Goes Missing After Posting Chilling “Last” Video

Kirsters Baish| It was reported that Dubai “princess” Sheikah Latifa Mohammed Al Maktoum has gone missing off the coast of Goa, India. Her disappearance came after she posted a chilling YouTube video. In the video, she says “this could be my last.”

The 33-year-old is said to have disappeared alongside American Herve Jaubert. Latifa told her United States-based lawyer to circulate the YouTube video if she were to die or disappear. In the video, Latifa speaks directly into the camera. She is wearing a plain blue shirt with her hair tied up.

She gives a harrowing account of her life as part of Dubai’s royal family. She explained, “I am making this video because this could be the last video I make.”

Latifa continued, “Pretty soon I’m going to be leaving somehow I’m not sure of the outcome, but I’m 99 percent positive this could work.”

Her last WhatsApp message was reportedly sent to her United Kingdom-based representative, Radha Stirling. The message was sent on Sunday, March 4, from a United States-registered boat which was at least 50 miles from the coast of India.

Latifa told Stirling in the message, “Radha, please help me, there are men outside.” She then claimed to hear gunshots.

Stirling asked her to record the gunshots. Latifa never replied.

Stirling explained that Latifa got in touch with her firm (Detained in Dubai) on February 26. She claimed that she escaped Dubai where she was tortured for helping her sibling who also ran away. Latifa claimed that her older sister left because she wasn’t allowed to make her own choices for her future.

She claimed that her sister was not allowed to make choices that many take for granted. She wasn’t allowed to drive a car. She had a curfew even as an adult.

The New York Post reported:

Latifa said she is one of Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum’s 30 children, in a bid to verify the video.

She claimed that by the time people watched the chilling video, she could either be “dead or in a really bad situation.”

According to the UK Met Police, information about the duo has been forwarded to the National Crime Agency and Interpol for them to investigate.