Kaili feels betrayed over European Parliament stance in Qatar graft scandal
The case, in which Kaili has denied any wrongdoing, is evolving into one of the biggest corruption scandals to hit the European Union.
Kaili, who is in Belgian police detention, was one of 14 vice presidents in the parliament. Belgian prosecutors have charged her and three Italians at the weekend with participating in a criminal organisation, money laundering and corruption.
European lawmakers acted rapidly to isolate her, concerned that the Belgian investigation could mar the assembly's efforts to present itself as a sound moral compass in a troubled world.
"I spoke to Mrs. Kaili today and she broke her silence. She has expressed her complaints over the stance of her European Parliament colleagues, " said lawyer.