10-24-2015, 01:18 PM
A Saudi Prince forced members of staff to watch him being pleasured by another man, a lawsuit claims.
Prince Majed bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the son of the late Saudi King Abdullah, is facing a civil suit from three women over incidents at his home in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles.
According to MailOnline, three women who worked in the Prince’s $37 million mansion filed a suit over his alleged actions. The lawsuit makes a number of allegations against the Prince, accusing him of attempting to urinate on them and making unwanted sexual advances.
The three women claim that they were forced to watch the Saudi royal engage in sex acts with a male aide, who “stroked” his penis.
One of the women also claims she was forced to watch on another occasion when a male member of staff was forced to break wind in his face.
The gay sex claims are likely to cause controversy in Saudi Arabia, where homosexuality is punishable by death.
However Al Saud, is highly unlikely to face action on such counts in the county, due to the power of the royal family.
It is part of a wider range of allegations about conduct at the mansion – including claims of excessive drinking and drug taking, and improper sexual conduct towards women.
Al Saud initially faced criminal charges of ‘forced oral copulation’ and battery, but the Los Angeles District Attorney reportedly dropped felony charges due to lack of evidence.