A British influencer who fled Dubai after getting caught up in a prostitution investigation by police has 'done nothing wrong' and will fight the accusations made against her, according to her grandmother.
Bayley Jacob, 22, who boasts 85,000 followers on Instagram, left the country after she was accused of soliciting for sex online when she posted on a website for men wanting 'friends with benefits', according to police.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The American site Seeking Arrangement, which sees sugar babies 'enjoy a life of luxury by being pampered with fine dinners, exotic trips and allowances', is legal in the UK but is against the law to even view in Dubai.
Sources told The Sun the move was part of a crackdown on influencers who headed to Dubai during lockdown, exploiting loopholes in travel bans.
British influencer Bayley Jacob, 22, fled Dubai amid a prostitution probe after she was accused of soliciting for sex online
Ms Jacob posted on a website for men wanting 'friends with benefits', according to police
The site Seeking Arrangement is legal in the UK but it is against the law to even view it in Dubai
However Ms Jacob's grandmother, who did not