JAILED BRITISH MUM'S LATEST HEARTBREAK- SUNDAY MIRROR- NEWSPAPER EXCLUSIVE- APRIL 2009

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We were contaced by the friends of Marnie Pearce in December 2008 and since then we have sold a number of stories to help raise awareness of her plight.


Marnie fears she will never see her two sons again after losing custody of them and our publicist Jonathan Hartley is helping her to raise funds and her media profile to help win them back.


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BRITISH MUM JAILED FOR ADULTERY


I DON'T MIND GOING TO JAIL BUT I'M TERRIFIED OF NOT SEEING MY BABIES AGAIN


BRITISH MUM FORCED ON THE RUN


BRITISH MUM IN DUBAI GIVES FIRST JAIL INTERVIEW

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YOU'LL NEVER SEE THE 2 KIDS AGAIN..

The British mum jailed in Dubai for adultery has been told by the ex-husband who framed her: "You will never see your children again."

Marnie Pearce - still in prison for a "crime" she vehemently denies - was told the news in a cruel phone taunt from her former husband Ihab El Labban.

She rang begging him to bring their sons - Laith, eight, and Ziad, five - for a final prison visit before she is deported to the UK. But he refused.

A friend, who spoke to Marnie moments after the call, said: "He coldly told her, 'I am not bringing the boys to see you'. Even when she begged and screamed for him to change his mind he just laughed and kept saying, 'No, no, no' over and over again. He said she will never see the boys again.

How cruel can one man be?" The news has left Marnie, 40, from Bracknell, Berks, totally devastated and struggling to cope with prison life even though her three-month sentence is almost over. She is due to be freed at the end of this month.

The friend added: "Marnie is now at her lowest ebb. She spends most of her time crying. All that has kept her going over the last few weeks is the thought of a last meeting with her sons, but she has been denied that."

This is the latest twist in a disturbing case first exclusively revealed by the Sunday Mirror last year. Marnie - the only British woman ever to be jailed in Dubai for adultery - was convicted on suspect evidence and without an opportunity to say anything in her defence.

She now faces more heartache as El Labban, 41, has been handed permanent custody of the couple's children. The only hope she has of ever seeing them again is if he travels to the UK which he has refused to do.

It has left her with no option but to mount a legal battle to win back custody of the boys. But that is likely to take many years.

Marnie is being supported by human rights campaign group Amnesty, who are demanding her immediate release.

She was arrested last March along with a British expat friend after El Labban tipped off police in the Arab state that they were having an affair - punishable by jail under Dubai law.

When officers raided Marnie's home they found the pair fully clothed having a cup of tea. The friend insists he was only there to use her computer. But both were arrested and Marnie was charged when her husband suddenly produced used condoms which he claimed were evidence.

Last month a Sunday Mirror investigation revealed that pharmacist El Labban is the real love cheat as he had an affair with American Tonya Thompson, 46, in Dubai in October 2007.

When Marnie found out she threw her husband out of their apartment. Fearing he would lose custody of their children he framed Marnie as an adulteress.




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