F1 boss admits passion for sadomasochistic sex but denies ‘’sick Nazi orgy”

July 8th, 2008 - 1:16 pm ICT by ANI  

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London, July 8 (ANI): The man behind Formula 1 motor racing, Max Mosley, has admitted to lifelong fervour for sadomasochism sex but denied claims suggesting that he took part in a ”Nazi-themed orgy”.
Mosley has filed a case against the News of the World for breach of privacy.
The 68-year-old began his attempt to sue the newspaper for exemplary damages after it clandestinely filmed him in March this year enjoying a “sick Nazi orgy” with five prostitutes that featured them dressing up as, allegedly as concentration camp figures.
At the High Court Mosley admitted that the article in the tabloid newspaper had “devastated” not only his own life, but that of his wife of 48 years and their sons.
Mosley’’s family had no knowledge of his unusual preferences until the News of the World published the results of their sting operation in March. However, James Price QC, appearing for Mosley, said he had indulged in “S & M” - meaning sadomasochistic - role-play for many years.
“Bottom spanking, whip fantasy and role play scenarios are an interest he accepts he has had since quite a young age,” the Telegraph quoted Price, as saying.
“Most people probably think that S & M behaviour - spanking of bottoms, whips and roleplays, doctors and nurses, Sheik and harem, guards and prisoners - are permissible and private and even funny.
“The News of the World, we say, is out of touch with the instincts of decent British people,” Price added.
He said that such people believe that one’’s private life should remain private “so long as it does not involve exploiting children or vulnerable people”.
The session took place in a rented flat in Chelsea paid for by Mosley for the purpose of meeting the women, whom he paid 500 pounds each, the court has heard.
Covert recording equipment captured Mosley, son of 1930s Fascist leader Sir Oswald Mosley, being spanked by one of the women with a whip, as well as using a strap to spank a woman. He also talked to one of the women in German.
In the article, headlined “F1 boss has sick Nazi orgy with 5 hookers”, the newspaper claimed he pretended to be both a concentration camp inmate and commandant.
But Mosley told Justice Eady in London that there were no Nazi connotations whatsoever.
“I can think of few things more unerotic than Nazi role play. It also has associations for me in other ways, which would make it even less interesting. All my life, I have had hanging over me my antecedents, my parents, and the last thing I want to do in some sexual context is be reminded of it,” said Mosley, president of the Federation Internationale de l”Automobile (FIA).
The case continues. (ANI)

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