The Beverly Hills lily pond in 2015. (Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images)

A Saudi prince was arrested this week when a bleeding woman was apparently heard screaming and seen trying to scale an 8-foot-high wall at a multi-million dollar mansion near Beverly Hills, Calif.

Majed Abdulaziz Al-Saud, 29, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of forced oral copulation (oral sex) of an adult, Los Angeles police spokesman Drake Madison told The Washington Post.

Al-Saud posted a $300,000 bond Thursday and was released.

Neighbor Tennyson Collins told the Los Angeles Times that a resident at the home, which he called a compound, phoned police Wednesday afternoon about the woman. Madison said officers received the call about 12:45 p.m. and when they responded, they determined there were other victims who were alleging criminal threats.

Al-Saud was taken into custody and booked after 4 p.m., according to reports. He was released on Thursday afternoon.

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Los Angeles police Capt. Tina Nieto told the newspaper that authorities determined the prince does not have diplomatic immunity in the case — a protection other foreign nationals have recently tried to claim.

[Street racer who menaced Beverly Hills allegedly claims diplomatic immunity]

Earlier this month, a Qatari prince who was later identified as Sheikh Khalid bin Hamad al Thani, was caught on cellphone cameras racing a yellow Ferrari LaFerrari through residential roads in Beverly Hills. The incident prompted a State Department investigation as al Thani claimed he had immunity.

Authorities determined he did not and al Thani left the country, traveling back to Qatar.

Al-Saud is scheduled to appear in court Oct. 19, according to news reports.

This story has been updated.


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