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Court drops human trafficking charge against Saudi princess

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Reuters

Good news for this Saudi Princess who was in court to answer to charges she kept a Kenyan servant prisoner in her California home.

SOUNDBITE:PAUL S. MEYER, MESHAEL ALAYBAN ATTORNEY SAYING:

"The Princess is now and has always been innocent of human trafficking."

Tony Rackauckas, Orange County District Attorney.

SOUNDBITE: Tony Rackauckas, Orange County District Attorney saying:

"The evidence indicates very strongly at this point that the victim here was not actually the victim of human trafficking, so this case had to be dismissed."

Prosecutors say they were unable to corroborate the servant's claim that she was forced to work 16 hour days, seven days a week and was paid just over $200 a month.

SOUNDBITE: Tony Rackauckas, Orange County District Attorney saying:

"The original terms of her employment were not what had been stated. The fact is that she did receive medical care and there was no lapse or no refusal of medical care and we verif

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