The boy was supposed to go on holiday with his dad.
A Malaysian mother was finally able to be reunited with her son, with the help of the Dubai police after the boy was taken by her ex-husband in 2018.
The joy and relief on 38-year-old Rose Hu’s face was eminent in a social media video shared by The National News – an English media outlet in the United Arab Emirates.
According to reports, her son was supposed to go on a holiday with his ex-husband in Dubai in December 2018 but worry started to creep onto Rose as when he stopped responding to her messages once he reached the UAE.
There wasn’t a single night or day that I didn’t miss him or thought about him and cried, but it’s all over now.Rose Hu via The National News
She won a custody battle earlier this year to get her child back but her ex-husband went missing after the court has reached the verdict.
Rose was supposed to go to the UAE in April but was unable to do so due to the Covid-19 outbreak. It was around this time when her ex-husband tried to disappear with the boy.
She initially filed a custody case in 2019 but was rejected as it was deemed out of jurisdiction but Dubai’s Court of Cassation overturned the ruling and ordered a retrial.
During the hearing, it was then revealed that the father had breached agreement signed in a Malaysian court which stipulates that he has to bring the boy back.
It’s reported that Rose’s ex-husband will appeal against the court’s decision to grant her custody over their son.
Watch Rose share her harrowing experience of being separated from her son below:
Dubai Police help to reunite a mother and son after two years apart pic.twitter.com/T7qTQsmjOZ— The National (@TheNationalNews) November 10, 2020
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