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The new Saudi Borgias

Cruel sex crimes have surged since King Abdullah died, and we can do nothing about it

3 October 2015

8:00 AM

3 October 2015

8:00 AM

A young Saudi prince, Majed Abdulaziz Al-Saud, has apparently fled to the Wahhabi kingdom on his private jet after a bleeding woman was found trying to escape from his Los Angeles mansion. She filed sexual assault charges against him, claiming her injuries were sustained when he tried to force her to give him a blow job.

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