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Former Princess and ex-wife of Abdelaziz bin Khalifa Al Thani was found dead on Sunday in her Marabella home in Spain.

Reports indicate that Spanish local police found Galliano’s body in a bed within the home. Police said there appeared to be no signs of physical violence. Spanish first responders suspect Galliano’s death was from an overdose, however, this is unconfirmed.

According to a report by El Pais Galliano was discovered by her 15-year-old daughter who said she had not been in contact with her mother for days. The daughter alerted authorities who attended the scene around 8pm on Sunday.

Galliano and her ex-husband had been embroiled in a long-standing and bitter custody battle since their divorce fifteen years ago, and allegations had been made that her ex-husband had sexually assaulted one of their three daughters.

Abdelaziz bin Khalifa Al Thani, a former oil and finance minister and billionaire vehemently denied the claims, accusing Galliano of having alcohol and mental health issues.

According to reports, the Paris Public Prosecutor’s Office has opened an investigation into the allegations of the abuse.

Galliano and her twin daughters lived in Marabella, Spain, while her youngest 15-year-old daughter lived in Paris with a Qatari royal who had been exiled by his half-brother Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani in 1995.

Spanish publication Olive Press spoke to Galliano’s close friend Louis Spagnuolo who said she was a ‘good person’ who denied she was an alcoholic and was against drugs.

“I knew her very well and am devastated at the news. She was a good person and those who knew her loved her”

Galliano and her two daughters (Source: Instagram)

“She loved her daughters beyond belief and would never leave them. She was dead against drugs and was never an alcoholic,” Spagnuolo said.

Last month Galliano had taken to Instagram where she wrote:

“No matter how mad, upset, jealous, or spiteful the father of my kids is, I am doing whatever I can to provide, protect, love, raise, feed, and educate the girls as no one else will. I’m not perfect but I try my best.

“Children should NEVER be used as victims or pawns when the parents can’t get along,” she added.

A post-mortem will be conducted to determine Galliano’s cause of death.

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