Saudi Prince Majed bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, son of the late King Abdullah Accused Of Forcing Maids To Watch As He Was “Stroked” By Young Male Aide

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    Oct 22, 2015 1:55 AM GMT
    Saudi Prince Accused Of Forcing Maids To Watch As He Was “Stroked” By Young Male Aide


    http://www.queerty.com/saudi-prince-accused-of-forcing-maids-to-watch-as-he-was-stroked-by-young-male-aide-20151021
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    Oct 22, 2015 2:35 AM GMT
    You cannot do this to people, that work for you, this might be "legal" in home town Saudi Arabia, but not here in civil/human rights heavy state of California, in LA. Sounds like a kinky sheik icon_lol.gif



    Court documents obtained by Daily Mail Online also show the prince is accused of attempting to urinate on the three women while squealing in a baby voice: “I want to pee pee!” He also allegedly threatened to murder one of them after she refused to “lick his whole body,” and jumped on top of another then writhed against her in “a sexual and aggressive manner.” When she begged him to stop, he allegedly cried: “I am a prince and I do what I want! You are nobody!”

    All three of the women also claim they were forced to sit in a room and watch as Al Saud had his penis “stroked” by a male aide, and one of them said she was also made to watch as a different male aide bent over and farted in his face at the prince’s demand

    The Los Angeles District Attorney is not pressing felony charges against the 29-year-old royal due to lack of evidence; however, the case has been passed on to L.A. city attorney Mike Feur, who is determining whether to pursue misdemeanor charges, punishable with up to a year in jail and a $3,000 fine.


    No doubt friends of Shahs of Sunset icon_lol.gif
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2108863/The-new-Kardashians-Reality-Shahs-Sunset-follows-antics-affluent-Persian-socialites-LA.html


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    Oct 22, 2015 2:47 AM GMT
    metta saidSaudi Prince Accused Of Forcing Maids To Watch As He Was “Stroked” By Young Male Aide


    http://www.queerty.com/saudi-prince-accused-of-forcing-maids-to-watch-as-he-was-stroked-by-young-male-aide-20151021


    I am so Jealous!!
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    Oct 22, 2015 2:52 AM GMT
    ELNathB saidYou cannot do this to people, that work for you, this might be "legal" in home town Saudi Arabia, but not here in civil/human rights heavy state of California, in LA. Sounds like a kinky sheik icon_lol.gif



    Court documents obtained by Daily Mail Online also show the prince is accused of attempting to urinate on the three women while squealing in a baby voice: “I want to pee pee!” He also allegedly threatened to murder one of them after she refused to “lick his whole body,” and jumped on top of another then writhed against her in “a sexual and aggressive manner.” When she begged him to stop, he allegedly cried: “I am a prince and I do what I want! You are nobody!”

    All three of the women also claim they were forced to sit in a room and watch as Al Saud had his penis “stroked” by a male aide, and one of them said she was also made to watch as a different male aide bent over and farted in his face at the prince’s demand

    The Los Angeles District Attorney is not pressing felony charges against the 29-year-old royal due to lack of evidence; however, the case has been passed on to L.A. city attorney Mike Feur, who is determining whether to pursue misdemeanor charges, punishable with up to a year in jail and a $3,000 fine.


    No doubt friends of Shahs of Sunset icon_lol.gif
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2108863/The-new-Kardashians-Reality-Shahs-Sunset-follows-antics-affluent-Persian-socialites-LA.html




    I'll tell ya, what those MEs won't think of next !

    "All three of the women also claim they were forced to sit in a room and watch as Al Saud had his penis “stroked” by a male aide, and one of them said she was also made to watch as a different male aide bent over and farted in his face at the prince’s demand"
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    Oct 22, 2015 6:00 AM GMT
    Ah! It's good to be the prince.
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    Oct 22, 2015 6:49 AM GMT
    Owner of speeding Ferrari in Beverly Hills is drag-racing Qatar prince

    I dunno. Money does weird things to people. Look at Justin Beiber...

    2Bnaked saidI am so Jealous!!


    Haha. Maybe a little... but not the peeing/farting part icon_eek.gif
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    Oct 22, 2015 1:48 PM GMT
    Don't Saudi Princes all get to claim diplomatic immunity, and avoid prosecution? Even if in reality they're nothing but irresponsible, self-indulgent playboys, like in this case, not accredited diplomats at all.

    In Saudi Arabia the same behavior by a non-royal would get you publicly beheaded, for homosexual behavior if nothing else. But a Saudi Prince doing this in an infidel country might at most get a stern letter reminding him to keep his behavior more discreet.
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    Oct 22, 2015 2:39 PM GMT
    Art_Deco saidDon't Saudi Princes all get to claim diplomatic immunity, and avoid prosecution? Even if in reality they're nothing but irresponsible, self-indulgent playboys, like in this case, not accredited diplomats at all.

    In Saudi Arabia the same behavior by a non-royal would get you publicly beheaded, for homosexual behavior if nothing else. But a Saudi Prince doing this in an infidel country might at most get a stern letter reminding him to keep his behavior more discreet.


    Yep, yep, yep!!!!!

    In LA that very much goes for the Saudis, and the behavior of the Iranians is also not all that different except for the diplomatic immunity claims. And here in Columbus the Indians aren't all that far behind.

    The way all three groups attempt to do business is the same. negotiating never stops and the signed contract means nothing to them and in fact that's the beginning of negotiations.
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    Oct 22, 2015 2:50 PM GMT
    "Los Angeles police Capt. Tina Nieto told the newspaper that authorities determined the prince does not have diplomatic immunity in the case — a protection other foreign nationals have recently tried to claim."

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2015/09/25/saudi-prince-arrested-in-l-a-on-sexual-assault-charges/
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    Oct 22, 2015 2:53 PM GMT
    JackBoneTX saidOwner of speeding Ferrari in Beverly Hills is drag-racing Qatar prince

    I dunno. Money does weird things to people. Look at Justin Beiber...

    2Bnaked saidI am so Jealous!!


    Haha. Maybe a little... but not the peeing/farting part icon_eek.gif


    Yeah, forget that hooked on phonics crap. It's now hooked on flatulence.
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    Oct 22, 2015 4:29 PM GMT
    What is this world coming to?

    Cheers,

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    Oct 22, 2015 4:37 PM GMT
    GTPSean saidWhat is this world coming to?

    Cheers,

    Sean


    Fart eating I guess.
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    pics of the money shot, or it didn't happen icon_lol.gif
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    tj85016 saidpics of the money shot, or it didn't happen icon_lol.gif


    From the front or the back?

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    Oct 22, 2015 11:12 PM GMT
    This Reza Farahan fellow has one of the handsomest faces I've ever seen. Wish it were so that the beauty of a face and/or body was a reflection of the actual person.
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    Oct 23, 2015 9:10 AM GMT
    GROSS!!!!! Just gross.
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    Oct 23, 2015 10:25 AM GMT
    robbaker saidwho gives a fuck all you liberals worrying about other countries worry about your own icon_rolleyes.gif

    Except these are people from other countries violating the laws while in OUR country, not in their own, and endangering, harming and in some cases even killing US citizens.

    Now how is that a "Liberal" thing to worry about? You control-freak Right Wingers don't think that's a matter for concern? Hell, you wanna pry into my bedroom and tell me how I can use my dick, and how women can have sex and behave with their own bodies, but it's OK for Saudi princes to run amuck in this country, ungoverned by our laws?

    Oh, I know, it's the oil money. For Republicans it's always all about the money. Money excuses and permits anything in your philosophy. And if you don't have scads of cash and political connections then the system won't protect you, you're f***ed.

    So Democratic Congressman Weiner had to resign his office for a minor indiscretion online that harmed no one. But "Wide Stance" Republican Senator Larry Craig, once again trolling for gay sex, got to finish his term and retire on a fat taxpayer-funded retirement.

    And at this moment that darling of the brothels, Louisiana Republican Senator Vitter, who urged his mistress to have an abortion, is preparing to run for his State's Governorship. And will probably win, on his hypocritical platform of family values and right-to-life, along with the regular Republican dose of anti-gay bashing.

    How can my noting of any of these things be considered "Liberal"? I would have thought it was more representative of traditional American values, independent of ideologies. Which means I DO worry about my own country, first & foremost.

    What's right is right (excuse the pun). Objecting to any foreign national abusing US citizens in this country, and flaunting our laws, is not being "Liberal". I think you need to explain your allegation a little better.
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    robbaker saidwho gives a fuck all you liberals worrying about other countries worry about your own icon_rolleyes.gif

    Except these are people from other countries violating the laws while in OUR country, not in their own, and endangering, harming and in some cases even killing US citizens.

    Now how is that a "Liberal" thing to worry about? You control-freak Right Wingers don't think that's a matter for concern? Hell, you wanna pry into my bedroom and tell me how I can use my dick, and how women can have sex and behave with their own bodies, but it's OK for Saudi princes to run amuck in this country, ungoverned by our laws?

    Oh, I know, it's the oil money. For Republicans it's always all about the money. Money excuses and permits anything in your philosophy. And if you don't have scads of cash and political connections then the system won't protect you, you're f***ed.

    So Democratic Congressman Weiner had to resign his office for a minor indiscretion online that harmed no one. But "Wide Stance" Republican Senator Larry Craig, once again trolling for gay sex, got to finish his term and retire on a fat taxpayer-funded retirement.

    And at this moment that darling of the brothels, Louisiana Republican Senator Vitter, who urged his mistress to have an abortion, is preparing to run for his State's Governorship. And will probably win, on his hypocritical platform of family values and right-to-life, along with the regular Republican dose of anti-gay bashing.

    How can my noting of any of these things be considered "Liberal"? I would have thought it was more representative of traditional American values, independent of ideologies. Which means I DO worry about my own country, first & foremost.

    What's right is right (excuse the pun). Objecting to any foreign national abusing US citizens in this country, and flaunting our laws, is not being "Liberal". I think you need to explain your allegation a little better.


    " You control-freak Right Wingers don't think that's a matter for concern?"

    What are you talking about? I've railed against this since I've been here. I have to (try) do business with these self-entitled POSs. I'd prefer not to since EVERY attempt turns into a disaster.

    What if we went to Saudi Arabia and behaved in such a way to violate Wahhabism? What would happen to us? What .... 1000 lashes, burned alived, pushed off of a tall building and if that doesn't work, then stoned to death, hand cut off, etc. Then they come here and feel they can do whatever the fuck they want.
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    Oct 23, 2015 2:49 PM GMT
    This should be a reason alone for people in Saudi Arabia to protest. Everybody is equal in the eyes of Allah. He should get the same treatment/punishment as any other muslim. If he doesn't, then people should revolt for his family not respecting the Qu'ran.

    ELNathB said “I am a prince and I do what I want! You are nobody!”


    Sounds like an arabian version of prince Joffrey.
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    Oct 23, 2015 7:04 PM GMT
    Once I worked for a military contractor that had a few Saudis on the premises. One of them, while driving at excessive speed in the company parking lot, damaged a secretary's car; he claimed diplomatic immunity. A company executive told the secretary to keep quiet about it.

    Although I understand the reason for diplomatic immunity, it can be, and has been, abused. Responsible and respectful people, when they are in another country, are especially careful to avoid doing anything wrong or inappropriate.
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    Oct 23, 2015 10:12 PM GMT
    Saudi scum. The monster is out on $300,000 bail. So what is $300,000 to a billionaire? He won't be showing up in court. And it should surprise no one, that if the case goes anywhere, Obama's (or Hillary's, if it takes that long) attorney general will try to intercede and get him off on sovereign immunity. The Saudis are our "friends" after all - and especially friends of the Clintons. (Part of the supposedly great principles of the USA justice system, is to give "deference" to the wishes of the administration whenever it claims issues of "foreign relations" are involved.) If anyone has evidence of any other Saudi scum Prince being successfully prosecuted in a US court - post it.
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    Oct 23, 2015 11:25 PM GMT
    FRE0 saidOnce I worked for a military contractor that had a few Saudis on the premises. One of them, while driving at excessive speed in the company parking lot, damaged a secretary's car; he claimed diplomatic immunity. A company executive told the secretary to keep quiet about it.

    Although I understand the reason for diplomatic immunity, it can be, and has been, abused. Responsible and respectful people, when they are in another country, are especially careful to avoid doing anything wrong or inappropriate.


    What you share is the world social reality. Economic status and social connections count among humans for EVERYTHING.
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    Oct 23, 2015 11:28 PM GMT
    Puppenjunge saidSaudi scum. The monster is out on $300,000 bail. So what is $300,000 to a billionaire? He won't be showing up in court. And it should surprise no one, that if the case goes anywhere, Obama's (or Hillary's, if it takes that long) attorney general will try to intercede and get him off on sovereign immunity. The Saudis are our "friends" after all - and especially friends of the Clintons. (Part of the supposedly great principles of the USA justice system, is to give "deference" to the wishes of the administration whenever it claims issues of "foreign relations" are involved.) If anyone has evidence of any other Saudi scum Prince being successfully prosecuted in a US court - post it.


    Be careful what you say. Like Saddam's son, a Saudi prince has unchecked power outside his family and country. If, by chance, he happened to see your comment, as ridiculous as it sounds, he could find out your identity and have YOU brutally taken out. And have this site dissolved.
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    Oct 24, 2015 1:44 AM GMT
    FitBlackCuddler said
    Puppenjunge saidSaudi scum. The monster is out on $300,000 bail. So what is $300,000 to a billionaire? He won't be showing up in court. And it should surprise no one, that if the case goes anywhere, Obama's (or Hillary's, if it takes that long) attorney general will try to intercede and get him off on sovereign immunity. The Saudis are our "friends" after all - and especially friends of the Clintons. (Part of the supposedly great principles of the USA justice system, is to give "deference" to the wishes of the administration whenever it claims issues of "foreign relations" are involved.) If anyone has evidence of any other Saudi scum Prince being successfully prosecuted in a US court - post it.


    Be careful what you say. Like Saddam's son, a Saudi prince has unchecked power outside his family and country. If, by chance, he happened to see your comment, as ridiculous as it sounds, he could find out your identity and have YOU brutally taken out. And have this site dissolved.


    That's possible, but it seems highly unlikely.