Sabrina Horel is one of the most famous and influential lawyers in the world.

As a child she was taken into a foster home and adopted by her adoptive parents in the US.

But it wasn’t until she turned 17 that she met and married husband Svenska Järvinen, a Finnish politician.

Horele has gone on to become one of Sweden’s most powerful politicians.

She was also a lawyer for a number of major corporations including Swedish Railways and the Swedish National Health Care System.

When she left the profession, Horela started her own practice and she is now a founding partner of the law firm of Horell & Fassberg.

However, her legal career has also been the subject of many scandals.

According to The Sun newspaper, in 2011, Harel was accused of having sex with a teenage girl at a bar in Stockholm, who was aged 14 or 15.

When the girl said she did not want to go on the date, Halele refused to answer the girl’s questions, and left the bar in tears.

After the incident, the girl complained to her mother about Halel.

The case was brought to the attention of the police and Halea was sentenced to five months in prison.

In 2012, she was also found guilty of sexually abusing a minor.

In 2013, Hapella was accused by police of sexual harassment, assault and unlawful confinement in a hotel room, but she was acquitted.

In 2015, Hakella’s former partner in a law firm was convicted of sexual misconduct.

He was sentenced in 2015 to four years in prison, and in 2016 was given two years in a juvenile facility.

Hapell &Fassberg has not commented on the sexual misconduct case.

A spokeswoman said that the firm has always acted in the best interests of its clients and is always looking for ways to improve its services.

“Sabrina is a member of our team, and she works closely with our lawyers and our team of lawyers in court.

Sabrina and her team have been doing exemplary work in every respect and are always looking to improve their work,” she said.