New photos of Sara Al Amoudi published
Our features on the ‘Vamp in the Veil’ Sara Al Amoudi have attracted much interest as plainly there is much more to the case brought against her than meets the eye. With the publication today of an image of her as “she’d prefer not to be seen” in the Daily Mail, a new side to this alleged fraudster’s lifestyle has been highlighted.
In the image Al Amoudi – who has been more than reluctant to reveal her full face veil whilst giving evidence – appears in what the newspaper describe as a “low-cut bodice” in a picture that “show[s] she was not always so shy about showing herself in public”. Pictured with her at No. 5 Cavendish Square nightclub are two women “represented as her sisters and fellow Saudi princesses”. They are Samera ‘Amani’ Al-Mutawakel, Maha Al-Mutawakel-Ramsden – who is married to the owner of The Sydney Arms in Chelsea, James Ramsden – and the third woman is a “former table dancer” named Diana Langer – wife of Simon Langer, an “owner of London hostess, table dancing and strip clubs”.
Al Amoudi, who has appeared in court on previous occasions, stands accused in the current case against her of having cheated two property developers named Ian Paton and Amanda Clutterbuck out of six flats worth £14 million in Belgravia, Knightsbridge and Mayfair. She allegedly told them she was a Saudi princess with “limitless wealth”.
Al Amoudi’s claims to be a princess were refuted in a statement by Eben Black of DLA Piper UK LLP to The Steeple Times in July 2013:
“We represent Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Al Amoudi. The woman appearing in the High Court case Clutterbuck and another vs Sarah Al Amoudi is not the Sheikh’s daughter”.
As this “princess” is unmasked and whatever the outcome of this rather odd case, one has to ask: “Who is Sara Al Amoudi really?”
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