An Instagram model dubbed "the Brooke Shields of Kuwait" claimed her ex-husband gave her an STD after he had been sleeping with prostitutes.

A court was told that Rawan Bin Hussain, 24, cut up Mohammed Youssef Migariaf's £200 polo shirt she had bought for him during an argument on 24 June last year.

Mr Migariaf called police to their flat in Hyde Park Gate and arrested Bin Hussain after finding him bleeding from scratches on his face, Westminster Magistrates' Court heard.

Following her release Bin Hussain, referred to in court as Rawan Abdullah, sent him a text message on 13 July which said: "You are disgusting and pathetic, and a pathological liar."

She was ordered to pay a £6,500 fine, £500 in prosecution costs, and a £65 victim surcharge
She was ordered to pay a £6,500 fine, £500 in prosecution costs, and a £65 victim surcharge

The model, who was the cover star of the October 2019 edition of Cosmopolitan Middle East - later approached the Libyan businessman while he was having dinner with a family member, and told him: 'How can you do that to the mother of your child?

'We could start all over again, and travel, restart our relationship.'

The influencer, who has some six million Instagram followers, also posted pictures of Mr Migariaf's family online , and accused him of giving her human papillomavirus (HPV) by sleeping with prostitutes.

Rawan admitted that she shouldn't have gone public with her issues with Youssef
Rawan admitted that she shouldn't have gone public with her issues with Youssef

In a now-deleted post, Bin Hussain wrote: ““My fiancé who’s ‘apparently’ involved in government fraud, cheated on me with an escort this morning. I hope she was worth the memories, the places, the faces, the vows, the love we had since a thousand years, and the heartbreak.”

In a statement read to the court, Mr Migariaf said: 'My life has completely gone upside down,

'I no longer have the face to meet with my family, they have always warned me.'

Mr Migariaf, who is 14 years older than Bin Hussain, had been convicted of assaulting the fashion star in Dubai 2019, the court heard.

Bin Hussain said she 'was a child' when she met her husband
Bin Hussain said she 'was a child' when she met her husband

Mother-of-one Bin Hussain, who has a law degree from King's College, was ordered not to contact Mr Migariaf or his family directly or indirectly for five years.

Simon Maughan, prosecuting, had previously told the court: “The victim states he's in fear of the defendant. There is a long and standing history of threats and harassment”.

She showed no emotion as she sat in the dock wearing a black suit and white open-necked shirt.

Bin Hussain, of Dubai, admitted harassment and criminal damage.

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She was ordered to pay a £6,500 fine, £500 in prosecution costs, and a £65 victim surcharge.

Bin Hussain had originally faced a further count of assault by beating but that charge was dropped by the prosecution.

In January this year Bin Hussain, who privately funded her defence, had been excused from attending court after she tested positive for Covid-19.

Defending Bin Hussain - referred to in court as Ms Abdullah - defence lawyer Katie Mustard said: 'She lives in Dubai, she is currently in Dubai with her young child.