Hunt for five-million-follower Instagrammer who is known as the ‘Kuwaiti Brooke Shields’ after she fails to attend court over London ‘assault’ on her ex-husband

  • Rawan Bin Hussain, 23, allegedly assaulted Youssef Migariaf in Hyde Park
  • Is also said to have damaged a £200 shirt belonging to the Libyan businessman 
  • Bin Hussain was due to appear in Westminster Magistrates’ Court 
  • Is charged with assault by beating and criminal damage 

A model dubbed ‘the Brooke Shields of Kuwait’ is facing arrest after she failed to appear in court for allegedly assaulting her former husband.

Social media influencer Rawan Bin Hussain, 23, who has five million followers on Instagram, is accused of attacking Mohammed Youssef Migariaf in London’s Hyde Park in June. 

She is also said to have damaged a £200 shirt belonging to the Libyan businessman.

Mother-of-one Bin Hussain, who has a law degree from King’s College London, was due to appear in Westminster Magistrates’ Court charged with assault by beating and criminal damage. 

Social media influencer Rawan Bin Hussain, 23, who has five million followers on Instagram, is facing arrest after she failed to appear in court for allegedly assaulting her former husband Mohammed Youssef Migariaf

The magistrates were told that she was unable to attend because she was attending the Family Court in Dubai, and chairman Dianne Lennan issued a warrant for her arrest.

While studying law, Bin Hussain, of Fitzrovia, central London, was also working towards gaining her private pilot’s licence from the Oxford Aviation Academy. 

In an interview in 2018, Bin Hussain said she was dubbed the ‘Brooke Shields of Kuwait’ by a magazine while living in Los Angeles.

She is also said to have damaged a £200 shirt belonging to the Libyan businessman

She said of her popularity on Instagram: ‘I’ve got so many followers because I have an interesting lifestyle. I do full-time law school and part-time aviation.

‘To me, education comes first. Whether you have lots of money or not, you’re nothing without education… My whole life, I’ve worked so much to get good grades in high school to come to London and study.’

She added: ‘I got bullied so much in school for being overweight, but I put all my effort and all my energy into graduating as a top student and on working on myself – and look where I am today.’

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