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Spain: Shia oil tycoon accused of raping sex-slaves


The idea that women are nothing but caged animals to be used and abused as you please, don’t necessarily leave their mindset even if they spend most of their life in the West. The Islamic upbringing influences everything.

Here is a sad case where this Muslim is exploiting Europe’s total neglect of sex-slavery victims. And who are the main buyers of these sex-slaves through Europe? Muslims. This industry is kept alive by the huge volume of sex-slavery shipped to Turkey, the Middle East and to Muslim clientelle through Europe which now houses a 50 million large Muslim community. Rather than progressing and evolving as humanity, the progressive nation’s are contracting info the medival times and for no other reason than allowing the free flow of Muslims to get access into their countries.

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British oil tycoon accused of keeping a harem of model lovers at his Costa del Sol mansion is charged with mistreating five of them and ‘forcing them into non-desired sexual practices’ 

  • Shoja Shojai arrested in 2014 amid claims he kept lovers against their will
  • The 58-year-old was accused of fathering children with a string of women
  • He claimed he had been framed by an ex-mistress as part of a theft plot 
  • But he now faces trial in Spain after being accused of crimes against five of the women who pressed charges against him

A British oil tycoon accused of keeping a harem of model lovers in Spain has been charged with mistreatment and wounding and warned he faces more than 12 years in jail if convicted.

Multi-millionaire Shoja Shojai, 58, made headlines nearly two years ago after being arrested and accused of fathering a string of children with lovers who told police he had kept them against their will at his mansion in Marbella.

Spanish police discovered invites to House of Commons lectures in his name when they went to his Arab-style palace in the Costa del Sol resort following a domestic violence claim by one of the women.

Shoja Shojai (pictured) made headlines nearly two years ago after being arrested and accused of fathering a string of children with lovers who told police he had kept them against their will at his mansion in Marbella

He counter-attacked by insisting he had been framed as part of an elaborate ruse masterminded by an ex-mistress to steal millions of pounds worth of clothes, Persian rugs and jewellery while he was in custody.

Today Shojai, now thought to be living in London after leaving his Costa home, was facing an embarrassing trial in Spain after being officially accused of a string of crimes against five of the women who pressed charges against him.

State prosecutors in Spain have issued an indictment against him accusing him of forcing the women ‘into non-desired sexual practices’, obliging them to take antibiotics and the morning after pill, and making them watch violent films in front of their children.

His alleged victims include his Danish wife and mother of two of his children, a student from Turkmenistan who Shojai met in London when she was 20 and has a five-year-old girl with and a 21-year-old wannabe model from Kazakhstan who aborted his child.

State prosecutors say in their indictment, submitted to a specialist court in Marbella: ‘The accused, Shoja Shojai, had simultaneous sentimental relationships with several women from different countries he met in London or Spain, who he courted and once he’d won their confidence, moved to Marbella where they lived until March 27 2014.

‘The accused maintained a relationship of domination, submission and mentoring towards all of them during their time in Spain, depriving them of money, forcing them into non-desired sexual practices and making them taking oral contraceptives or the morning after pill as well as antibiotics and other substances to relax them.

Police discovered invites to House of Commons lectures in his name when they went to his Arab-style palace (pictured) in the Costa del Sol resort following a domestic violence claim by one of the women

Police discovered invites to House of Commons lectures in his name when they went to his Arab-style palace (pictured) in the Costa del Sol resort following a domestic violence claim by one of the women

Today Shojai, now thought to be living in London after leaving his Costa home (pictured), was facing a trial after being officially accused of a string of crimes against five of the women who pressed charges against him

Today Shojai, now thought to be living in London after leaving his Costa home (pictured), was facing a trial after being officially accused of a string of crimes against five of the women who pressed charges against him

‘He also forced them to watch violent films in front of their young children, imposing conditions on them which included not speaking only smiling and making sure they were always smiling in social gatherings and not crying or showing their emotions.’

The women he is accused of mistreating by state prosecutors include three he fathered five children with.

They say he assaulted a Russian beauty he met in London at their Marbella home in March 2014 as well as hurting their young son by pulling him out of bed and dragging him into another room by his leg.

He allegedly threatened to kill his lovers’ close relatives unless they had sex with him, causing them post-traumatic stress injuries.

One of his alleged victims, a 27-year-old fashion designer who Shojai claimed two years ago was the daughter of a minister in the Russian Republic of Tatarstan, told a specialist who interviewed her after she went to police: ‘He told me a week after we met in London, ‘I’ve found what I needed with you’.

‘On our third date he invited me out for dinner and when we were alone in his car he came onto me to have sex.

‘I didn’t know what to do. I felt forced, I didn’t know how to react. It was as if I had been drugged.’

State prosecutors have issued an indictment against Shojai (pictured) accusing him of forcing the women 'into non-desired sexual practices', obliging them to take antibiotics and the morning after pill, and making them watch violent films in front of their children

State prosecutors have issued an indictment against Shojai (pictured) accusing him of forcing the women ‘into non-desired sexual practices’, obliging them to take antibiotics and the morning after pill, and making them watch violent films in front of their children

Police reportedly found date rape drug Rohypnol during a search of Shojai's property after the women complained of suffering headaches and being made to take drugs including anti-depressants

Police reportedly found date rape drug Rohypnol during a search of Shojai’s property after the women complained of suffering headaches and being made to take drugs including anti-depressants.

Police reportedly found date rape drug Rohypnol during a search of Shojai’s property after the women complained of suffering headaches and being made to take drugs including anti-depressants.

Nine alleged mistresses living at the luxury mansion, most in their twenties, made initial statements accusing Shojai of luring them to Spain under false pretences and subjecting them to emotional abuse and threats of physical violence to keep them there.

His wife also said he relied on his mistresses and their families’ money to keep up the pretence he was wealthy.

A date for his trial on two charges of wounding and six of mistreatment against five of the women and his son by one of his mistresses, has yet to be set. State prosecutors want him jailed for a total of 12 years and three months if he is convicted of all charges.

Shojai denied mistreating the women emotionally or physically during a police quiz and rubbished claims he had slept with all nine.

He went on to claim in a press conference he organised at his house after his release on bail that one of his ex-lovers lied he had assaulted her so she could con the other women into emptying his luxury Marbella mansion of valuables while he was in custody.

Nine alleged mistresses living at the luxury mansion, most in their twenties, made initial statements accusing Shojai of luring them to Spain under false pretences and subjecting them to emotional abuse and threats of physical violence to keep them there

Nine alleged mistresses living at the luxury mansion, most in their twenties, made initial statements accusing Shojai of luring them to Spain under false pretences and subjecting them to emotional abuse and threats of physical violence to keep them there

Speaking shortly after his release on bail from the sumptuous living room of his rented £6,500-a-month palace in Marbella, the Iranian-born tycoon said: 'The idea I had a harem is madness

Speaking shortly after his release on bail from the sumptuous living room of his rented £6,500-a-month palace in Marbella, the Iranian-born tycoon said: ‘The idea I had a harem is madness.

The claims formed part of a separate investigation. It ended with a judge shelving the probe after finding no evidence of wrongdoing by the women, although the decision is being appealed.

The state prosecution indictment is the result of an intense investigation lasting almost two years.

Shojai, whose whereabouts in London is unknown, is expected to plead innocent when the case comes to trial at a court in Malaga.

Speaking shortly after his release on bail from the sumptuous living room of his rented £6,500-a-month palace in Marbella, the Iranian-born tycoon said: ‘The idea I had a harem is madness.

‘I have slept with three of my female accusers including my wife but I’ve been seeking a divorce from her for many years and my sexual relationship with the other two women was over long before my arrest.

‘The other women were simply friends of theirs who worked with them in the fashion business and had their own homes and came and went from my house when they wanted.

‘The claim I was holding them here against their will is ludicrous.’

 

 

 

One thought on “Spain: Shia oil tycoon accused of raping sex-slaves

  1. “Rather than progressing and evolving as humanity, the progressive nation’s are contracting info the medival times and for no other reason than allowing the free flow of Muslims to get access into their countries.” – Thought the Muslims are the greatest threat to Western civilizations, and may be the greatest in number, the phenomenon involves a stream from the entire Third World, including non-Muslims. Rather than adopting successful systems and practices in their own countries or assimilating in their host countries, they’re degrading the societies of the West.

    The indigenous Western populations are apparently too complacent, craven, fearful, and/or stupid to oppose the hordes. Some are part of the waxing power structure, increasingly authoritarian in nature and headed by the oligarchs, establishing the NWO.

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