Prince ‘threatened to kill staff who watched his drug fuelled gay romp’

A prince in Saudi Arabia allegedly threatened to kill staff members who witnessed him being pleasured by a male aide.


by Ellie Hooper |
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Prince Majed bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud faces a series of charges brought against him by three female staff members - after he allegedly made sexual advances towards them, including 'attempting to urinate on them.'

Shockingly, the prince also 'threatened to kill' one of the women when she refused to party with him, while jumping on another ‘and rubbing himself against her in a sexual and aggressive manner.’

The Saudi prince was enjoying a holiday in LA
The Saudi prince was enjoying a holiday in LA

When told to stop, the prince reportedly simply said: ‘I am a prince and I do what I want. You are nobody!’

The three women also allege they witnessed Al Saud having his penis stroked by a male worker, and that they were forced to witness the encounter.

This is an especially dangerous allegation for the Saudi prince - with homosexuality still being illegal in Saudi Arabia.

All of the events described by the women are alleged to have taken place in the prince’s Los Angeles mansion, where he was taking an extended summer holiday.

They also say they witnessed the prince taking illegal drugs and drinking.

The prince has not been seen at his LA mansion since his arrest in September, after which he posted $300,000 in bail money. Many believe he has skipped the country in the wake of the allegations.

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