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Women sued for beating ex-husband told to pay Dh50,000
Tuesday July 23, 2013 6:22 PM, ummid.com News Network

The Misdemeanors Court and the Civil Court in Dubai found a woman guilty of beating her ex-husband and ordered her to pay a whopping Dh50,000 ($12,500 estimated) as compensation. The court ruling came after a man sued his estranged wife accusing her of physically and verbally abusing him, as well as humiliating him in his place of work, a media report said.

The case unfolded when the couple began fighting. Allegedly the wife used to abuse her husband, and in return he would beat her and eventually kicked her and their daughter out of the family home, reported Khaleej Times.

Fed up with the unhappy marriage, the wife filed a suit against her husband at the personal cases court demanding a divorce.

In her petition, she claimed that her husband abused her and threw them out of the house, and claimed that he refused to pay the maintenance costs for their daughter.

The personal cases court issued a verdict in her favour, and ruled the divorce, and ordered him to support her and her daughter as well as provide them with suitable accommodation.

The husband did not abide by the ruling of paying his ex-wife the maintenance, always giving an excuse to avoid handing the money over. Angered by his failure to follow through on the court's order, the ex-wife went to his place of work and berated him in front of his work colleagues, swearing at him in Arabic and English, demanding that he pay the maintenance charges.

She also became physical and pulled him by his clothes before slapping him around the face and throwing his mobile phone on the floor.

Her outrage did not die down, as she drove to his house and damaged everything inside. She broke and tore the curtains, his clothes and his personal belongings.

Following her destructive spree, the husband filed a complaint at the competent authorities and sued her for the material and psychological damages caused.

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