A Saudi prince, Majed Abdulaziz al-Saud, has been arrested on charges of trying to force a worker at a Beverly Hills estate to perform oral sex, Los Angeles police said on Thursday.
Majed, 28, was arrested on Wednesday and released on $300,000 bond the next day, according to police and online jail records.
The Los Angeles Police Department's special consul division said the prince does not have diplomatic immunity, according to the Los Angeles Times and KCBS-TV.
Police descended on the massive estate after a neighbor saw a bleeding woman screaming for help as she tried to scale the property’s surrounding wall on Wednesday, the Times reported.
The $37 million home, in one of the most exclusive enclaves in the world, has been rented for weeks at a time by foreign nationals over the past year, neighbor Tennyson Collins told the Times.
The biggest problems previously attributed to the renters were a few loud parties, Collins told the paper.
The prince is expected to appear in court Oct. 19, court records show. Attempts to reach him by telephone were unsuccessful, and his attorney was not immediately known. A call to the Saudi Embassy was not immediately returned.
Al Jazeera and Reuters