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Submitted by Kevin Graham (Brazil), Jun 16, 2005 at 11:17

I believe it was last year sometime when a Saudi "princess" was arrested for physically abusing her servant she brought with her from Saudi Arabia. I remember reading about it in the local paper. The "princess" was a student at the University of Central Florida. Apparently it didn't receive national attention, but I remember it because I was at the time living in the Orlando area. If memory serves, she subsequently deported, though I could be wrong on that detail.
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