The lawyer of Muammar Gaddafi's son, Hannibal, said in a press statement that his client left the Hotel Dieu Hospital in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, after he was transferred due to his deteriorated health for the second time in about a week as a result of his hunger strike for nearly a month in prison.

The Lebanese lawyer Paul Romanos said Hannibal arrived at the hospital at about 20.00 and left at 11.00 (Beirut time), after he had received the serum needed to treat a severe drop in blood sugar level, noting that he met Hannibal, who appeared in a week state and lost a lot of weight, and said a few words during the meeting.

Hannibal was first taken to hospital on June 22, after he went on hunger strike, according to Lebanese Interior Minister Bassam Mawlawi, who said at the time that security personnel felt that his condition had deteriorated. 

Reem Al-Dabri, Gaddafi's defense lawyer at the time, said that his condition was constantly deteriorating, describing him as a "political hostage for undeclared purposes."

The next day, Hannibal's lawyer said he left the hospital after receiving medical care in a hospital in Lebanon for four hours after he went on hunger strike in the prior two weeks - exactly on June 03, to protest against his imprisonment since 2015 without trial.