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Report: Saudi Prince Ordered ‘Naked Pussy,’ Farts

Damning legal court documents stemming from civil lawsuits after last month’s arrest of Saudi Prince Majed bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, 29, allege that the son of the late King Abdullah had demanded to see ‘naked pussy’ from his staff, ordered a male aide to fart in his face, and then reportedly proceeded to engage in a gay sexual act with him.

Homosexual activity is punishable by death in Saudi Arabia, which practices sharia law. The prince was arrested last month but released on $300,000 bail and remains in Southern California.

The legal documents allege that Prince Majed was under the influence of cocaine and alcohol during most of the incidents. The civil lawsuit was brought by three female members of Majed’s domestic staff–identified only as Jane Does–who said they were hired to care for Majed in the rented Los Angeles mansion during the prince’s American holiday. The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages and alleges emotional distress, assault, battery and sexual discrimination.

According to the Daily Mail, the documents detailed that these women were held against their will, sexually abused, belittled in front of guests and other employees, and forced to watch indecent sexual acts. A worker described as Jane Doe 1 said she was told to round up workers at Prince Majed’s command, who then forced them to strip down because he wanted to ‘see some naked pussy.’

At one point, the documents note that Majed had attempted to urinate on the three women but was dragged away by an assistant before he could do so.

The women finally left the premises but reportedly had to return to claim their personal belongings the next day, which is when they were locked in again and told that if they quit, they would not receive their wages. The Daily Mail notes that “when they did finally encounter the prince again, he was being masturbated by another man who was ‘stroking his penis.'” Majed spotted them and ordered them to stay and watch.

City Attorney Mike Feur is in the process of deciding whether to pursue misdemeanor charges, after felony charges were dropped. If convicted, Majed could see up to one year in prison and a fine up to $3,000.

Follow Adelle Nazarian on Twitter @AdelleNaz and on Facebook.

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