A PRINCE from Saudi Arabia snorted cocaine, indulged in kinky sex sessions and threatened to kill two women who refused his advances, it is claimed.
Prince Majed bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud has been accused of bizarre conduct by three women who once worked for him at his $37 million Beverly Hills mansion in Los Angeles.
The women, who are launching a civil case against him, also allege that Al Saud was pleasured by a male aid, an allegation if proven which could raise condemnation in his home country where homosexuality is punishable by flogging or death.
The court documents filed by lawyers representing the women also allege that the prince tried to urinate over the trio telling them he needed a “pee pee”.
The documents also claim the royal threatened to kill one of the women if she refused to party with him and rubbed himself against one of them in a sexual way screaming “I am a prince and I do what I want” when she told him to stop.
All three of the women also claim to have been forced to watch Al Saud having his penis ‘”stroked” by a male aide.
The allegations centre around a period from September 21 when the women were engaged to look after the prince’s rented mansion during his holiday in America to September 25 when he was arrested by officers from the Los Angeles Police Department.
Additionally the women, all married mothers, allege the royal had cocaine-fuelled parties on September 21 and 22, complete with escorts, and ordered one of the three women to spend the evening with him. It also alleged he threatened her, saying: ‘Tomorrow I will have a party with you and you will do everything I want or I will kill you.’
The documents also reveal another of the women claims to have been beaten by Al Saud when she went to pour him a drink while the other was told to get upstairs and wait for him.
He is alleged to have said: “I will be there in two minutes and you’ll do whatever I want. If not, then I’ll kill you.”
The women say they tried to leave the mansion but were locked in by an aide before eventually managing to escape.
On the 25 September Al Saud was later arrested and charged with a range of sexual offences including one of ‘forrced oral copulation’ after neighbours reported seeing a woman who was crying and bleeding trying to scale a fence of the mansion.
However the Los Angeles District Attorney decided to drop felony charges against the 29-year-old due to lack of evidence.
Speaking about the claims, the prince’s lawyer, Alan Jackson, said: ‘I will not dignify these salacious allegations – which the District Attorney found to be unsupported by evidence – with a response.’
He added: “’The decision by the DA’s office not to file charges shows that the accusers’ stories cannot be substantiated.”
The prince is one of the sons of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia who died earlier this year aged 90.
source: Daily Express