Three women accuse Saudi prince of assaulting at Beverly Hills mansion, file lawsuit
Los Angeles: Three US women have filed a civil suit in Los Angles against Saudi Prince alleging that he assaulted them and held them captive during three days of sex- and drug-fuelled partying at a Beverly Hills mansion.
The unidentified women claimed that Majed Abdulaziz Al Saud, 29, hired them prince as housekeepers in late September.
Filed on last Thursday, the suit alleges that the prince terrorized the women and made sexual advances. Allegedly, the prince also ordered the staff, including security guards, to strip by the pool.
"Al Saud has violently threatened and sexually assaulted his employees and publicly shamed these innocent women in the public eye," the women's attorney Van Frish told a news agency.
Frish said his clients' ordeal ended when a neighbour called the police after they saw a bleeding woman screaming for help and trying to scale an 8-foot-high wall of prince's multimillion-dollar Beverly Hills compound.
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Majed was arrested in September by police on the charges of one count each of battery and false imprisonment.
He was later freed on $300,000 bail bond.