British royal Sarah Ferguson is reportedly facing extradition to Turkey and a possible jail sentence over claims she broke the country's strict privacy laws.
The Duchess of York went undercover to film 700 disabled children at a Turkish orphanage for a TV documentary earlier this year (09).
But officials have filed an extradition request to the U.K. government demanding Ferguson is handed over for breaching laws by filming minors at the home, according to Britain's The Sun newspaper.
If convicted, the former wife of Prince Andrew - whose daughters Beatrice and Eugenie are fifth and sixth in line to the throne - faces up to four and a half years in prison.
A Home Office source tells the publication, "We have had a request from the Turkish government for an MLA (Mutual Legal Assistance) in relation to the Duchess of York. We are now awaiting the necessary paperwork but it seems likely the request will be granted."