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Saudi prince demanded entire staff be naked, court papers reveal

By WITW Staff on October 27, 2015

The Saudi prince who was arrested at his Beverly Hills mansion last month on accusations of sexual assault and harassment, ordered his entire staff to strip naked by his pool so he could “see some p***y”, according to court papers obtained by The Daily Mail. Prince Majed bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, one of the 35 children of the late King Abdullah, is now being sued by three former female staffers who allege he forced them to stay at his rented $37m compound, and perform various sex acts between September 21 and September 25. Among other details revealed in the court papers are allegations he had parties where he used cocaine, hired prostitutes and violently assaulted a woman, yelling “I am a prince and I do what I want. You are nobody!” when she asked him to stop. Felony charges against the prince had been dropped on Monday by the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office, turning over the case to City Attorney Mike Feur, who now has to decide if he will press misdemeanor charges, which could result in a year in jail and a fine of up to $3,000. Prince Majed has hired Alan Jackson, who has defended Saudi royals in the past, to fight the case. Jackson described the case against his client as ‘fabricated,’ saying they are an attempt at shaking down his wealthy client.

Read the full story at The Daily Mail.


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