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Abebech Gradisa, 23, spent 16 days in a stark prison cell where slept on the floor after Mo Farah complained money and personal items had been stolen from his room. A young chambermaid who was thrown in jail after being accused of stealing from Sir Mo Farah today pleaded: 'If you believe I am innocent, then apologise to me'. Softly-spoken Abebech fought back tears as she told how her nightmare began when Farah called in police and she immediately came under suspicion as she had serviced his room.
She said: 'I knew I was innocent, but I was scared. There was no evidence against me, but they still put me in jail. I clean 12 rooms every day. Abebech, who has a three-year-old daughter, was arrested with four other staff members at the Yaya Village Hotel after they became was caught up in the middle of a bitter dispute between Sir Mo and fellow Olympic legend Haile Gebrselassie. Farah says the room was broken into and thieves stole the TAG watch given to him by his wife and cash in four currencies.
Farah posted a video of the suitcase he says he found upon the bed in his hotel room that had been opened and items stolen on Instagram.
Farah was staying at The Yaya Africa Athletics Village in Ethiopian where he alleges that hotel staff stole money and other items from his room. The alleged theft, which is being investigated by police, happened at the hotel owned by Gebrselassie and the two athletes have been embroiled in a public spat. If you ask me today…we are enemies. Gebrselassie has said he and Farah had also been in disagreement after he had he had refused to host a running coach accused of doping offences.
Gebrselassie claimed Aden, who was the target of a drugs swoop in Spain, wanted to stay at at the resort in the months after he became president of the Ethiopian Athletics Federation in He had been on a Sunday training run and left his locked case inside his locked room.