Cat Le-Huy: Help Needed for Huge Legal Fees

How it happens in Dubai.

The Truth About Dubai has posted a critical update on the status of (Diz) Cat Le-Huy, my good friend and the boyfriend of Coilhouse co-editor Mil Von. Here’s the condensed version:

Cat Le-Huy as of the 22nd of February remains in Al Wathba Prison. Currently the decision rests with the Dubai Chief Prosecutor as to whether to charge him or drop the case entirely. It is almost like a pre-trial and the legal fees for this are are expected to be in the vicinity of £50,000. We have raised half this amount already thanks to your donations, and are now making an appeal for people to keep donating to reach the full amount. We have been advised that there is a 90% chance this case will be closed if we can raise the financial assistance in a timely manner.

Cat’s close friends and family have already given up everything that they could, and even his company, Endemol, has made a donation (though he was not there on business). That’s how we raised the first half of the legal fees. But now we need help from you guys. Please donate to the Cat Le-Huy Legal Fund to save Cat.

You don’t need PayPal to use the link below, just a credit card or check card. No amount is too small. Please circulate the donation link to as many people as possible. Thank you!

6 Responses to “Cat Le-Huy: Help Needed for Huge Legal Fees”

  1. ampersandpilcrow Says:

    Gave what I could. Here’s hoping.

  2. Jerem Morrow Says:

    I’ve spread it around my little circle, und’ve mostly gotten positive feedback from people willing to help. This situation has consumed much of my waking mind. Not seeking recognition. Just letting ye know, we are listening und we are active.

  3. Stephanie Says:

    donated as much as I could. Good luck.

  4. mer Says:

    I donated what I could at the moment, I hope it helps!

  5. Tequila Says:

    Gave what I could when I first saw this and will give again as soon as I can. Man…if there was ever a time one could put some lottery winnings to good use it’d be now.

  6. Shay Says:

    I donated some a few weeks ago, I hope it’ll still be relevant when my next paycheck kicks in. I have my fingers crossed…