The Ministry of Trade and Industry in Kuwait referred the father of one of the fascists involved in the case known in the media as “celebrity money laundering”, to the Public Prosecution, after seizing an amount of gold with him exceeding 62 thousand dinars (204 thousand dollars), which he intended to smuggle to Dubai.
Gold and diamonds
The details of the incident go back to what was reported by the Kuwaiti newspaper, Al-Rai, when the father of the fascist asked the Ministry of “Trade” for permission to travel to Dubai carrying the mentioned amount of gold and diamonds.
The father of the fascinist strengthened his position with three bills proving his ownership of the quantity. And according to the procedures followed with the Ministry and travel in such situations.
While the Ministry of Trade checked the validity of the invoices submitted by the father, it became clear to it that the ownership of the gold to be taken out of Kuwait belongs to his daughter, the fascist.
And it became clear after matching the invoices that it was registered in its name.
It was previously decided to seize its funds by order of the Attorney General, and that this amount is included in the assets owned before the reservation decision was issued.
The father of the fascist deceives the ministry
This led the Ministry to suspect the submitted invoices and their suspicions of them.
The first bill included 29 pieces of gold, weighing 556.8 grams, at a price of about 10,000 dinars
The second bill included 7 pieces encrusted with diamonds, weighing 48.9 carats, at a price of 25,000 dinars, in addition to a bill for 3 diamonds, weighing 3.75 carats, at a price of 27,000 dinars.
The Ministry of Trade also referred the incident to the Public Prosecution to take what it deems appropriate.
The celebrity money laundering case sparked an uproar last year in Kuwait.
Dozens of celebrities were accused of laundering money months before, so that the case would be followed up by the competent authorities, and the accused were subsequently investigated by the Public Prosecution, and they were released on financial bail.
A decision was issued to freeze their assets, prevent them from traveling, and seize all boats, yachts, and jet skis that they own.
An informed source revealed at the time the names of the 10 Kuwaiti celebrities accused of the money laundering scandal, namely: Halima Boland, Fouz Al-Fahd, Farah Al-Hadi. Maryam Reda, Yaqoub Boushahri, Abdel Wahab Al-Essa, Dana Al-Twairish, Jamal Al-Najada, Shifa Al-Kharraz, and Mishari Bou Yabis.
The Ministry of Interior immediately circulated the names of the 10 celebrities at the land ports and the airport, fearing that any of them would escape.
He revealed at the time that the security services were monitoring 27 citizens and residents suspected of involvement in money laundering operations. Among them are alcohol and drug dealers, and the evidence is conclusive.
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