We have previously discussed the anomaly of the House of Saud executing people in Saudi Arabia under its draconian Sharia laws while Saudi royalty is seen in booze and drug saturated scandals in Western countries. The latest is Prince Aziz al Saud, 29, who allegedly hosted a wild party at a rented Los Angeles mansion with naked female dancers and copious amounts of drugs. He is now being sued for $300,000 by the owner for lost rent after the damage to the mansion was repaired.
While the contract limited parties to no more than 150 guests, the prince reportedly had over 800 guests who proceeded to trash the 10-bedroom mansion.
He was renting the 16,000 foot mansion for $100,000-a-month.
While the prince promised to pay for the repairs, he reneged on the promise. Saudi Princes and Princesses have developed an appalling reputation for running out on bills. What is particularly striking is that Saudi Arabia flogs and even executes people for drug violations as well as other Islamic offenses. Yet, there are rarely questioned raised, let alone punishment imposed, for Saudi Arabian princes and princesses who engage in gross drug-infused lifestyles in the West.