Yaser Al-Rumayyan was sued for 58 million baht.

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ทางเข้า https://ufabet999.com/, a leading British media outlet. Has revealed that Newcastle United chairman Yaser Al-Rumayyan is about to be sue in a lawsuit seeking more than £58 million. Reports claim that filings have been prepare.

According to the law against Al-Rumayyan, who is the chairman of “Salika” and LIV Golf, for suggesting that Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) has malicious intent.

Al-Rumayyan is said to have intendto malign, conceal. And completely destroy the family of Dr. Saad Aljabri. The former head of Saudi Arabia’s intelligence service.

Charge documents have been filed in a Canadian court. To allow the names of al-Rumayyan. And others to be considered in the ongoing lawsuit In the new lawsuit,

Aljabri claims that defendants, including Al-Rumayyan. “directly participated” in the three-and-a-half-year assault on his family. Is a former top military officer of Prince Mohammed bin Nayef.

In 2017, Prince bin Nayef was remove. From his position by “MBS” and detained until 2020.

Alyabri Fleeed Saudi Arabia in 2017 before going to Turkey and later Canada. And filed a lawsuit against those involved.

If the court allows the lawsuit to proceed Aljabri’s family. Will seek compensation for more than 58 million pounds in damages.

Legal documents were sent to the headquarters. Of the Saudi Arabian Sovereign Wealth Fund (PIF) in the oil-rich country. This includes the PIF’s addresses in New York, London and St James’ Park.

Al-Rumayyan is the administrator of the PIF. which is the national wealth fund and bought 80 percent of Newcastle’s shares in 2021