Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubaira personally appeared on television shows in the US to refuse his country to have anything to do with the release of personal messages and intimate images of the Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos in the US National Tablet Journal, Guardian wrote.
"The problem is between the two sides (in the dispute), we have nothing in common, it sounds like a soap opera," he told CBS TV. The fact that a senior Saudi representative found it necessary to deny such allegations is evidence of the huge echo of Bezos' allegations, the Washington Post notes.
A few days ago, the director of Amazon and a publisher of the Washington Post published on his blog messages from a tabloid agent who threatens to publish his content if Bezos does not conclude with a survey that began several months ago. Bezos, either the National Incorporator and the group whose executive David Peker is in a hot relationship with President Donald Trump, has not disclosed information on the billionaire's out-of-wedlock on political motives or "under the influence of political forces."
Bezos also noted the ties between the media group and the Saudi government and added that the "Saudi corner" in many Washington Post articles probably plagued Peker.
However, Beijing's lawyer, Ealkan Abramowitz, told ABC TV that information about Bezo's connection was received by a journalist rather than a political source. According to Daily Digest, the Bezos-led study investigates the leakage of leakage of information related to its own brother, Michael Sanchez, who has known compounds in the Trump circle.