Prince of Saudi Arabia was sued by American Hospital for fraudulent donations: US$3.5 million in arrears

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 Prince of Saudi Arabia was sued by American Hospital for fraudulent donations: US$3.5 million in arrears


Saudi Prince Abdelilah bin Abdelazizbin Abdulrahman Al Faisal Al Saud, his personal doctor and representative Hamdy Dawoud were indicted by the Massachusetts Federal District Court this week. The unnamed 2-year-old girl suffered from spinal muscular atrophy, a rare disease affecting exercise and strength that required lifelong treatment, the hospital indictment said.

Boston Childrens Hospital is a non-profit pediatric medical center and a leading Global Hospital for pediatric care and treatment of complex diseases, with Spinraza, a drug for spinal muscular atrophy. Because the girls country does not have this medicine. So Boston Childrens Hospital accepted the patient without American medical insurance after two employees at Brigham Womens Hospital sponsored the prince.

The girl has been treated in this hospital since November 2017. In December 2017, the prince paid a medical fee of $750,000, the first and only one. Since then, the prince has not paid the bill, although the treatment has been going on.

Despite their repeated promises to pay extra fees, their repeated claims that remittances have been arranged and hospitals have been working hard, they have never received further treatment costs. Hospital said. The girls parents also said that the prince directly confirmed to them that the money had come. However, the prince and his representatives have so far paid only $750,000 for patients. This situation makes patients very uneasy, and hospitals are in a dilemma of increasing expenditure. At present, unpaid medical expenses have reached $3.5 million, and bills continue to grow. At the time of submission of this indictment, the patient was still receiving treatment. Although it is necessary to transfer or discharged, it is unlikely that rehabilitation institutions or nursing companies will accept the patient without payment guarantees, the complaint said. To this end, CNN contacted the Saudi Embassy and the hospitals lawyers and received no response. Source: Red Star News Responsible Editor: Liu Yuxin_NBJS7825

Despite their repeated promises to pay extra fees, their repeated claims that remittances have been arranged and hospitals have been working hard, they have never received further treatment costs. Hospital said.

The girls parents also said that the prince directly confirmed to them that the money had come. However, the prince and his representatives have so far paid only $750,000 for patients. This situation makes patients very uneasy, and hospitals are in a dilemma of increasing expenditure. At present, unpaid medical expenses have reached $3.5 million, and bills continue to grow.

At the time of submission of this indictment, the patient was still receiving treatment. Although it is necessary to transfer or discharged, it is unlikely that rehabilitation institutions or nursing companies will accept the patient without payment guarantees, the complaint said.

To this end, CNN contacted the Saudi Embassy and the hospitals lawyers and received no response.