Kaz Crossley found fame in 2018 when she came in third on Love Island. The beauty is set to feature on Channel 5’s upcoming show The Challenge and does a lot of voluntary work in Thailand.
Kaz Crossley arrested
Reportedly, the star was travelling to Thailand for some more of her voluntary work through a connecting flight in Abu Dhabi. 2 years ago in 2020, a video of Kaz emerged where she was seen snorting a white substance in an orange dress in Dubai.
According to The Sun, Kaz was arrested based on that video alone and not because she had anything on her. A source claimed:
She was looking forward to getting back to Thailand where she has been doing voluntary work and all of a sudden she is languishing in a Dubai jail.
She was allowed to send just one email and wasn’t even allowed to make a phone call.
The source added:
The arrest wasn’t because of anything she had on her.
As far as we know it is all down to that video.
UAE has strict laws against drugs and first-time offenders face a minimum of three months in jail along with a fine ranging between £4,559 and £22,799.
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Kaz is assisting the police
Meanwhile, Kaz’s representative has argued that Kaz was not arrested but she was ‘stopped’ by the UAE police officials to assist them in a case. Clearing the 28-year-old former Love Island star’s name, Kaz’s representative said:
Kaz was travelling through Abu Dhabi on her way to Thailand, where she was stopped by UAE police and taken in for questioning in relation to a matter that is not directly related to her but officials felt she could assist in their enquiries.
Kaz has fully cooperated with officials and is free to continue her journey.
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The Sun: Love Island star Kaz Crossley jailed in Dubai after clip emerged of her snorting white substance in super-strict country