Max Mosley denies Nazi claims in sex scandal 

Written by David on July 07th, 2008 at 10:36 pmLast Update: July 07th, 2008 at 10:36 pm

Max MosleyMax Mosley‘s court action for violation of privacy against the News of The World newspaper began in London this morning. The President of the FIA, has admitted that the orgy with five prostitutes took place but has strongly denied that it had a Nazi connotation. “I can think of few things more unerotic than Nazi role play”, Mosley told judge David Eady. “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,” he continued. “I wouldn’t consider my parents to be Nazi but there is obviously a link.”

When asked if there was a Nazi element to his behaviour during the session, Mosley said: “There was not even a hint of that – certainly not in my mind and, I’m convinced, not in the minds of any of the other participants. It simply didn’t arise.”

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