Fouz Al-Otaibi Biography — Wiki
Fouz Al-Otaibi is a Saudi influencer who has sparked outrage by posting images of herself naked in the bathtub with her husband to celebrate getting a verified Snapchat account. Al-Otaibi appears topless in the images alongside husband Ahmed Moussa as the pair lounge in a bathtub while drinking Champagne.
In a second video clip, she is also seen jumping on her husband’s lap before dancing around and swigging from a bottle of red wine.
— Al Bawaba Entz (@AlBawabaEntz) January 22, 2021
Fouz Al-Otaibi Age
Fouz Al-Otaibi appears to be in her 30s. She looks pretty young.
Fouz Al-Otaibi causes outrage in Saudi Arabia
The images prompted fury in conservative Saudi Arabia, with viewers accusing Fouz Al-Otaibi of ‘violating public decency’.
‘Where does those animals live,’ one user wrote. ‘If in Saudi Arabia, why aren’t they issued an arrest warrant against for spreading vice and violating public decency?’ ‘Fame and money humiliate humans,’ another added.
‘God wants our daughters and Muslim girls covered,’ said a third.
While Fouz remained unrepentant in the face of the criticism, she did hit back at accusations she was drinking alcohol – saying the Champagne and wine were both non-alcoholic.
What we know so far about Fouz Al-Otaibi
Fouz has made a name for herself by provoking religious conservatives in Saudi Arabia, which has earned her some 500,000 followers online. In the past, she has posted intimate shots that include her jumping on her husband’s lap and exchanging kisses with him.
And in 2019 she provoked a furious backlash after posting her marriage contract online, containing a list of rules that her husband must abide by.
They included providing her with a household cleaner, money to live off, and stipulated that he cannot take another woman in marriage – which is sometimes permitted by Islamic marriage laws.
‘A man who marries after agreeing to any condition is stupid,’ one wrote.
‘Was she serious when she wrote out these conditions,’ another added. ‘I swear there are no more men.
‘Sharia stated that a man can marry four women and he can find a hundred better than this one.’