The Channel Nine program managed to obtain footage of the 32-year-old princess recorded just days before her alleged escape, attacking her father and making allegations of imprisonment and torture.
Princess Latifa says in the video, 'All my father cares about is his reputation. If you are watching this video, it’s is not such a good thing. Either I’m dead, or I’m in a very, very, very bad situation.'
The 38-minute video sees Latifa outline her imprisonment following another escape attempt.
'It was constant torture, constant torture,' she says. 'Even when they weren’t physically beating me up, they would torture me.'
'I was in solitary confinement by myself, totally, and there’s no windows, there’s no light.'
Speaking to 60 Minutes reporter Tom Steinfort, her accomplice Jaubert says: 'I could not believe the daughter of the ruler would want to escape.
'And then she told me about her life, it’s difficult to hear, you know, when a woman speaks about abuse, torture imprisonment.'
Steinfort also spoke to Radha Sterling, the Australian founder of human rights group, Detained in Dubai, who has helped raise awareness for the princess’ story and shared the video which has now garnered global attention.
The United Arab Emirates Government declined an interview request by 60 Minutes, and are yet to formally confirm or deny the story. However, unofficial government sources in Dubai suggest Latifa is safely back with her family.