How the Panamanian cruise ship ‘milf’ is being held in prison

The Panamanians cruise ship Milf has been held in a prison in Panama, where she has been accused of sexual abuse.

The Panamanien court has ordered that the ship, which was to leave Panama on August 28, is returned to the US, but the case against her is ongoing.

The ship is owned by a Panamanese company and is carrying 7,000 people.

A group of women who were arrested on Sunday are being held on remand in a jail in Panama City.

They were among around 2,000 arrested on Saturday in connection with the case, which has been going on for weeks.

The group of people are accused of having sexual relations with the ship’s crew.

“The ship will be returned to Panama and its contents will be destroyed, said police spokesman Manuel Aguirre.

He said the ship will also be searched and any other ship that is suspected of violating human rights laws will be held under international law.

The cruise ship is currently en route from Panama to Costa Rica, where it is scheduled to dock.

The court’s order to return the ship to the USA was issued by the National Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), which has oversight over the US cruise industry.

The CAA has a legal duty to take the ship back to Panama if the company refuses.”

This is a case of human rights violations and we will seek justice,” said Aguirres.

The case against the ship was brought by a group of 20 women and 15 men, who were charged under the country’s anti-slavery law.

They have alleged that the women, including some women who worked on the ship and some who were present on the voyage, were subjected to sexual abuse and indecent exposure while on the cruise ship.

The women are also demanding that the company be fined.