An Emirati man complained that he had met a woman online and she lured him to meet her at a flat.
A Dubai court has cleared two Nigerian women of the charges of depriving an Emirati man of his freedom at their flat and stealing Dh100,000 from him. According to the police complaint, one of the women had lured him for a massage date on a social networking site.
The case dates back to April 26 and was registered at Al Barsha police station. An Emirati man complained that he had met a woman online and she lured him to meet her at a flat. He claimed he was led to a flat where two women assaulted and threatened to kill him, before robbing Dh100,000 at knifepoint.
The Court of First Instance acquitted the two Nigerian nationals, aged 32 and 33, of charges of forcible robbery and illegal confinement.
However, it sentenced the 33-year-old accused to six months in jail and deportation for presenting another woman's passport to police officers and lying in a judicial and administrative investigation. She gave the police a written testimony and signed it while pretending to be someone else during the public prosecution investigation.
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