Heartbroken mum-of-two, Sally Faulkner, might never see her children Noah, 4, and Lahela, 9, after her ex-husband Ali Elamine controversially declared he has no interest in bringing them back to Australia.
Speaking to News Corp Mr Elamine has declared that he no longer wants to reach an accord with Ms Faulkner after her botched attempt to kidnap her own children in Beirut, in April 2017.
‘We don’t really care, we’re not interested, and at the end of the day I will do what I like regardless of what she says.’
He also said that when the children are older he will tell them about her behaviour, referring to her plan to snatch the children with the help of Channel 9’s 60 Minutes.
The plan failed, and led to Ms Faulkner and the 60 Minutes crew being jailed in Beirut, before Channel 9 paid Mr Elamine $500,000 to drop the charges.
Ms Faulkner has been vocal on social media about her battle to get her kids back, claiming that her ex is neglecting her children by leaving them with their grandmother and a maid while he goes surfing with a mysterious blond woman.
This article first published on New Idea.