'That' Saudi prince gets the royal flush: Some of the graphic charges that were dropped in Beverly Hills sexual assault scandal
The Saudi prince (left) was arrested after neighbors called the police when they reportedly found a bleeding woman trying to escape the his Beverly Hills mansion by scaling an 8-foot fence. (File photo)
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Here comes Prince Charming! Saudi Prince Majed bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the son of the late King Abdullah, has found himself in hot water lately as three women stepped forward to press charges against him for sexual assault.
The women, who are employed in the Prince's $37 million Beverly Hills mansion, accused the Saud of making crass sexual advances, reports the Daily Mail.
According to the New York Post, one woman claims the Prince climbed on top of her and began "grinding" on her in a "sexual and aggressive way." Another said the Prince threatened her life when she refused to partake in a drug and alcohol fueled party.
But these are by far some of the more tame accusations being made against the Prince.
One of the women was forced to watch as the Prince had a male aide fart on his face, as he allegedly shouted “I am a prince and I do what I want. You are nobody.”
In another testimony, a woman claimed the Prince had sexual encounters with male helpers, the Los Angeles civil suit stated. Let us not forget that homosexuality is illegal in Saudi Arabia!
The late King Abdullah's son was arrested last month after neighbors called the police when they reportedly witnessed a bleeding woman screaming for help, as she tried to climb the 8-foot-high wall surrounding the mansion.
However, on October 19 Los Angeles prosecutors dropped all charges against him, on the grounds that the accuser's statements could not be corroborated.