A handful of “marijuana” caused the arrest of supermodel Gigi Hadid

What was unknown for more than a week about the American model Gigi Hadid of Palestinian origin, and the media only learned about it yesterday, is that the authorities at Owen Roberts International Airport in Georgetown, the capital of the Cayman Islands, famous as a tourist resort and a tax paradise in the Caribbean, arrested her after Customs men found a handful of “marijuana” in one of her bags.

The model arrived on July 10 with a number of friends on a private plane for a holiday on the island, according to a short story reported in the American weekly People magazine, in which a representative of Hadid, 28, stated that she had “marijuana” in her possession. She bought it legally in New York, “with a medical license,” he said.

It was also mentioned that the drug has been allowed for medical use since 2017 in Cayman, so her record remained clean and “she enjoyed the rest of her time on the island.” The Cayman Marl Road news agency, which found “Al” the news of her arrest contained in it, stated that what was found with her It was a small amount, sufficient for personal use. Nevertheless, she was arrested and taken to a detention center, followed by her release on bail, after she appeared before a court, in which she pleaded guilty and paid a $1,000 fine, under the name of Jelena Noura Hadid, which is her real name.

Whoever visits a special account on “Instagram” by Gigi, the daughter of a Palestinian businessman of origin, Muhammad Hadid, and the mother of a single 3-year-old daughter from her ex-partner Zayn Malik, separated from her two years ago, will find pictures she took during her 5-day vacation on the island.

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