A Saudi prince has been jailed for life for murdering his manservant, who was found beaten to death in bed at a plush London hotel. The defendant spent most of the trial trying to prove he was not gay. Before his trial began at the Old Bailey, Prince Saud bin Abdulaziz bin Nasir al Saud made strenuous efforts to keep the question of his homosexuality secret. The year-old prince admitted he had assaulted his manservant, Bandar Abdulaziz, but denied murder. His barrister, John Kelsey-Fry QC, argued the question of sexuality was irrelevant to the case and pointed out homosexual acts were a "mortal sin" under Islamic sharia law. Mr Kelsey-Fry said if the prince was outed as a homosexual he could face execution in his native Saudi Arabia.
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So what REALLY happened to Dubai's Sheikh Rashid?
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Sign up today for the best stories straight to your inbox. Sheikh Rashid bin Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum — eldest son of the billionaire ruler of Dubai — died on Saturday from a heart attack. The shock death — at such a young age — has shone a light on the reclusive royal's murky past — and led to suggestions his coronary was caused by DRUGS. The handsome Arab studied at Sandhurst military academy in England — like the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry — had a glittering career as a sportsman and as eldest son was destined to rule oil-rich Dubai. But just a few years later he was passed over for the throne in favour of his younger brother — and had almost disappeared from public view.
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He is the second son of their 12 children and the fourth of his father's children. Hamdan's elder full brother was Sheikh Rashid bin Mohammed. Hamdan was appointed as the chairman of the Dubai executive council in September As the new hereditary prince, he appointed new key personal and financial advisors such as a global economist and a hedge fund tycoon from HN Capital LLP.
In what may prove a particularly incendiary cable, US diplomats describe a world of sex, drugs and rock'n'roll behind the official pieties of Saudi Arabian royalty. Jeddah consulate officials described an underground Halloween party, thrown last year by a member of the royal family, which broke all the country's Islamic taboos. Liquor and prostitutes were present in abundance, according to leaked dispatches, behind the heavily-guarded villa gates.