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I don’t know what to do for the best.’ Mrs De Zoysa says she is currently unable to return to her native country due to her financial situation and believes that her husband's family now want to keep the money she handed over.She says she has been in touch with the British Consulate in Colombo and is attempting to establish her rights.She first met the hotel worker when she was on holiday in the country six years ago, before returning seven months later to marry him.The former customer support worker at Edinburgh City Council - who says she gave her husband about £100,000 in total after selling her house in Scotland - now believes the marriage was 'all about the money'.Explaining that this is still the case, she said: 'I'm kind of a prisoner here.
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A woman came round and told me he's dead, he's been shot.'She continued: 'His friend told me they were jealous because he was rich. They must have gone looking for him.' However, she says she was 'already unhappy' before his death, explaining that he was never at home.
They were jealous because he had a nice a house, a minibus and a tuk-tuk.'They blackmailed him. Mrs De Zoysa had originally moved to Sri Lanka in February 2015, before returning to Scotland in June, when her husband got a job in the country's capital Colombo.
The navy said the pair of wild elephants were brought ashore after a 'mammoth effort' involving navy divers, ropes and a flotilla of boats to tow them back to shallow waters.
Photos showed the elephants in distress, barely keeping their trunks above water in the deep seas about 0.6 miles (one kilometre) off the coast of Sri Lanka.'Having safely guided the two elephants to the shore, they were subsequently released to the Foul Point jungle (in Trincomalee district),' the navy said in a statement.'They were extremely lucky to have been spotted by a patrol craft which called in several other boats to help with the rescue.'The Navy worked with the Trincomalee Wildlife Department in the rescue.