A Saudi Arabian prince is accused of a having sexual relationship with a male aide, taking cocaine and threatening to kill women who refused his advances – as well as sexually assaulting a maid – Daily Mail Online has exclusively learned.
Prince Majed bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud – revealed by Daily Mail Online yesterday to be son of the late King Abdullah – now faces an extraordinary series of allegations in a civil case brought by three female staff members of his Los Angeles mansion.
The documents were filed by lawyers acting for three female employees of Al Saud.
They include a claim that the royal attempted to urinate on the trio while screaming: ‘I want to pee pee’.
He also threatened to kill one of the women if she refused to ‘party’ with him and jumped on top of another and began rubbing himself against her in a ‘sexual and aggressive manner’.
When asked to stop, Al Saud allegedly then yelled: ‘I am a prince and I do what I want. You are nobody!’
All three of the women claim to have seen the royal having his penis ‘stroked’ by a male aide and say they were forced to stay in the room and watch as the encounter unfolded.
Homosexuality is illegal in Saudi Arabia, and punishable by flogging, or even execution.
Another says she was made to watch while a different male aide bent over and broke wind in Al Saud’s face – apparently at his request.
…after telling aides they did not want to continue working for the prince, were threatened with forfeiting their wages and were again locked inside the house on the grounds that the royal needed ’24-hour service’.
The prince is still in southern California according to his lawyers.
However, he has not been seen at his rented $37 million Beverly Glen mansion since his arrest late last month and is thought by neighbors to have fled the country.
Al Saud, who was allowed to leave LAPD custody after posting a $300,000 bond, was initially charged with sex offenses including ‘forced oral copulation’, and battery.
LA city attorney Mike Feur is putting together the criminal case and yesterday said a court date will be scheduled for later this year.
The claims echo those made during the trial of Prince Saud bin Abdulaziz who in 2009 was convicted of the sexually motivated killing of his Sudanese manservant Bandar Abdulaziz.
The prince, 36, subjected Bandar to a prolonged campaign of violence and sexual abuse before beating him to death in a suite at London’s Landmark Hotel.