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An American fitness guru is trapped in Dubai and unable to visit his mother and teenage son after defying the UAE's harsh cybercrime laws.Jordan Branford, 44, is facing a ,000 fine or up to seven years in a Dubai prison for using the word 'b****' on Instagram.A complaint was filed against Branford, of Eugene, Oregon, last year after his estranged Egyptian wife, Salma Ismail, reported him for using the swear word in an Instagram post.In the post, which has since been deleted, the father-of-one did not direct the word toward anyone specific, but there is suggestion it could be about Ismail.The word 'b****' is considered an offensive word in the socially conservative Dubai, even when it's not directed at a specific person, and those who use it are subject to criminal sanctions.Jordan Branford, of Eugene, Oregon, was arrested in Dubai, UAE, after his estranged Egyptian wife, Salma Ismail, claimed to see him use the word 'b****' on Instagram.He faces a fine of AED 250,000 (US$ 68,000), or seven years in prison for the crime The Dubai government will hold on to Branford's passport until he either pays the fine or turns himself in to police to serve his sentence.
Each day served at the prison is equivalent to AED 100 (about ).The Dubai government will hold on to Branford's passport until he either pays the fine or turns himself in to police to serve his sentence.If he does neither, he will be forced to stay in the UAE, unable to visit his mother or his 17-year-old son, Jadan, back home in Oregon.The recent complaint filed by Branford's wife is the latest in a number of spats between the couple. The couple's marriage started to break down in early 2017, when Branford claimed Ismail was 'behaving in ways that no spouse would accept'.'I was working a lot of hours trying to build up my fitness business, American Fitness,' Branford said.
'My own father was not around when I was young, and my mother and I were left to fend for ourselves.'I really wanted to make a comfortable future for my beautiful son, Jadan.My friends and people I knew were coming to me everyday with reports of my wife behaving in ways that no spouse would accept.'I didn't want to believe these stories,but in the end I had to face the truth.Our relationship dissolved entirely and I moved out of our home.'Ismail tried unsuccessfully several times to sue Branford for hundreds of thousands of dollars, which caused further strain in the family.'I was heartbroken,' Branford continues.'I know that when marriages end, it is often bitter, but she really tried to ruin me.