A Saudi Prince sexually abused and beat at least three women during a three-day party in his $37 million Beverly Hills home, a new lawsuit claims.
The graphic new allegations against Majed Abdulaziz Al-Saud, 28, were filed by his alleged victims on Friday night.
It comes two days after the royal, who does not have diplomatic immunity, was arrested on suspicion of forcing a woman to perform oral sex on him.
According to the suit seen by the LA Times, Al-Saud’s alleged victims described his behavior as ‘extreme’, ‘outrageous’, and ‘despicable’ as they were ‘imprisoned’ for days.
Police reported a ‘party atmosphere’ when they arrived at the house after a bleeding woman was allegedly seen trying to climb out of the housing compound.
Officers said they expect more women to begin coming forward with allegations.
Majed was charged with forced oral copulation of an adult on Friday, then quickly released after posting a $300,000 bond.
The Saudi prince is scheduled to be in Los Angeles court October 19th.However, speaking to Mail Online, neighbors say they believe the prince has already fled the country on a private jet, leaving his rented house behind.
One woman, who would only give her name as Isabel, said: ‘Numerous cars were coming in and out of the property late Thursday, and it looked like the Prince was moving out.’
Meanwhile another neighbor, Eric Stiskin, added: ‘I am sure he has taken off on his private jet by now. I don’t think he even needs a passport to get out of here.’
A third, who wished to remain anonymous, said: ‘He has all the wealth to disappear and not come back. He can make a quick getaway, never come back and the accusations could still remain here.
Majed was taken into custody on Wednesday but released after posting a $300,000 bond, and neighbors believe he may now have escaped overseas on a private jet
One neighbor, who would only give her name as Isabel, said numerous cars were driving in and out of the home last night, and she believes Majed has now moved out
‘It’s a cowardly way of dealing with things, when he should just face the music.’
Los Angeles police were called to the gated community in the 2500 block of Wallingford Drive, Beverly Glen area, earlier today after a caretaker reported a ‘disturbance’, officials said.
When officers arrived, they interviewed Al-Saud’s household and escorted some 20 people out of the house, officials said.
In addition to the sex crime charge, Al-Saud is also facing one count each of battery and false imprisonment.
Neighbor Tennyson Collins told the LA Times that a resident had reported seeing a bleeding woman screaming for help as she desperately tried to climb the 8-foot-high walls on the prince’s property.
The Saudi Arabia Embassy in Los Angeles and U.S. State Department were unavailable for comment.
Majed is expected in court on October 19, but his house appears deserted, with many believing he has fled back to the Middle East and will not return to the US
Beverly Hills is a popular summer vacation spot for wealthy young Saudis, Qataris, Kuwaitis and other Middle Easterners who often rent luxury properties in the area
Neighbor Collins said that the home has been rented out to various foreign nationals in the past year, including one tenant who posted armed guards at the gates.
But until the police arrived at the property Wednesday, he said the biggest disturbance had been the occasional raucous party.
Beverly Hills is fast becoming a playground for the mega rich from the Middle East.
For the past few summers, rich young Saudis, Qataris, Kuwaitis and other Middle Easterners, accompanied by their personal Ferraris, Bugattis and Aventadors, have flocked to the area after their former haunts in Paris, London, Cannes and Monaco became less receptive to the crush of super-expensive supercars with Arabic tags drawing crowds of gaping rubberneckers.
According to witnesses, there are now no cars parked on the driveway to the home suggesting that Majed, who does not have diplomatic immunity, has now moved out
While international travelers accounted for 63 percent of spending in the Golden Triangle last year – with one rich Saudi buying a $27million estate by helicopter without even walking inside, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Earlier this month a Qatari playboy fled the United States after police investigated a race through Beverly Hills involving his $1.4million Ferrari.
Beverly Hills Police said the man who initially claimed diplomatic immunity has now left the country.
Diplomatic immunity is rolled out to select foreign royalty dependent on their dignitary’s status in their own country’s government and the level of the offense committed abroad.
Immunity has existed for diplomats and royals more than 50 years and is agreed on by almost every country in the world, even those with frosty international relations such as North Korea.
It was signed into law under the 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations to ensure diplomats can represent their nation without being harassed by their hosts.
Los Angeles police were called to the gated community in Wallingford Drive, Beverly Glen area after a caretaker at the home reported a ‘disturbance’, officials said
This is particularly essential in countries that criminalize behavior which would be perfectly acceptable at home, and those that prosecute people for political reasons. Diplomatic immunity is often also extended to members of royalty.
There have been occasional abuses of the system – including the fact that diplomats do not have to pay parking fines. But it is extremely rare for immunity to be waived, and it can only happen with the agreement of the diplomat’s home country. Some nations refuse on principle, while most reserve the measure only for serious crimes.
Last year, a Venezuelan general wanted in the United States on drug charges and arrested in Aruba was released after the Venezuelan government protested his diplomatic immunity and threatened sanctions if Aruba did not release him.
Source: The Dailymail.com