Stuart Young responds to divorce reports, asks for privacy
Minister in the Ministry of the Attorney General, Stuart Young, has responded to a report published in the Sunshine Newspaper on Friday, alleging that he was "put out of his marital home" in an article headlined 'Stuart Young out of the House'.
The article claimed he moved to an apartment in One Woodbrook Place following the dispute which allegedly occurred at a popular mall.
Young, in a Facebook post today, confirmed that he was no longer involved with his significant other and asked for privacy.
"I have seen the Sunshine Newspaper dated Friday 22nd December 2017. My relationship with my partner has ended and we have parted ways on amicable terms. I would like my private and personal life to remain as such and I have no intention of being drawn into any discussion of same."
The Minister also sought to allay fears that his personal life will in any way, disrupt his ability to serve as a member of the cabinet.
"I expect that due to the work that I do, those who oppose me, for their own reasons, may continue to attack me. In the meantime, please rest assured of my complete commitment to the oath of my office."
Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi said the Cabinet stands in full support of Young.