Mohamed al Fayed's daughter pleads not guilty to robbing her brother's phone at family home gym

Mohamed al Fayed's daughter has pleaded not guilty to robbing her brother's mobile phone.

Camilla Fayed is accused of robbing her younger brother Omar Fayed.

The 39-year-old allegedly took Mr Fayed's £1,900 iPhone from the gym in the family's Grade I listed estate Barrow Green Court, in Surrey, on 18 May 2020.

Fayed, of Park Lane, central London, only spoke at Guildford Crown Court to confirm her identity and plead not guilty on Friday morning.

Her husband, Mohamad Esreb, 43, as well as Matthew Littlewood, 34, and Andrew Bott, 52, are also accused of a single count of robbery in relation to the alleged incident.

Esreb and Bott also pleaded not guilty at Friday's hearing and Littlewood will be arraigned at a later date.

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During a previous hearing at Guildford Crown Court, a trial date was set for February 3 next year.

The trial is expected to last three weeks.

The father of Camilla and Omar, Mohamed al Fayed, is best known for being the owner of Harrods and Fulham FC and his ties to the Royal Family.