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Saudi Prince a Killer, But Not Gay 

Saudi Prince a Killer, But Not Gay 


A Saudi prince who has admitted to beating his servant to death but denies the charge of murder claims rumors the two were gay lovers are not true.

Saud Abdulaziz bin Nasser al Saud, a member of the Saudi royal family, is currently on trial at London's Old Bailey for the murder of his assistant Bandar Abdulaziz (pictured). A lawyer for al Saud said despite witness testimony, the two were not lovers and the prince is not gay.

Abdulaziz was found beaten and strangled to death with bite marks on his cheeks in London's Landmark Hotel in February. Al Saud admitted to regularly beating Abdulaziz. An incident a few weeks before the killing that left Abdulaziz visibly scarred was captured on the Landmark Hotel's security cameras.

British tabloids have suggested al Saud killed Abdulaziz "in a sexual fury" and that the prince regularly hired gay escorts.

The jury at the trial has been tasked with deciding whether the prince is guilty of murder or manslaughter. Al Saud says he is not guilty of murder or an additional count of grievous bodily harm with intent.

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