October 21, 2015 | 7:46am
Prince Majed bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, who is the son of the late King Abdullah, allegedly engaged in the lurid behavior at his $37 million mansion in Beverly Hills, according to a lawsuit filed by a trio of women who worked for him there, the Daily Mail reports.
The lawsuit accuses Al Saud, 29, of being drunk and on drugs — and of making crude sexual advances on men and women alike.
The prince is accused of getting on top of one woman and grinding on her in a “sexual and aggressive manner.” He also allegedly threatened the life of another woman after she refused to “party” with him, the report said.
The prince of Saudi Arabia — where gay acts are punishable by death — was also witnessed romping with a male aide, whom the women saw stroking his penis, the Los Angeles civil suit says.
And he is accused of making one of the women watch while he had a male aide fart in his face. When he was challenged on his behavior, he allegedly shouted out, “I am a prince and I do what I want. You are nobody.”
According to the suit, the activity was witnessed by the women at the mansion between Sept. 21 and Sept. 25, while they were there caring for the house during the prince’s visit to the United States.
The women say he got off to a wild start on his first night by hosting a party featuring “multiple escorts,” the report said. They also claim he got involved in “illicit drug abuse” and became “increasingly intoxicated.”
On the second night, Sept. 22, he allegedly did it all over again, with another escort party, the report said.
At one point, he allegedly took a liking to one woman and made her stand next to him all night, before telling her, “Tomorrow, I will have a party with you and you will do everything I want or I will kill you.”
The LA District Attorney’s Office on Monday announced it was dropping felony charges of sexual assault against the prince, who was earlier accused of trying to force a woman into a sex act at his mansion, according to CNN. The DA could still pursue misdemeanor charges.