Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Motor Racing: Women Deny 'Nazi' Claims; Witnesses Took Part in Mosley's Orgy

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Motor Racing: Women Deny 'Nazi' Claims; Witnesses Took Part in Mosley's Orgy

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FOUR of the women involved in a sadomasochistic session with motorsport boss Max Mosley strenuously denied yesterday there had been any Nazi element to their activities, writes JAN COLLEY.

The women, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, each went into the witness box at the High Court in London to give evidence as witnesses in Mr Mosley's groundbreaking breach of privacy action, which is being hotly contested by the News of the World.

First into the witness box was darkhaired Woman D, followed by smartly dressed Woman A, German-born Woman B, and blonde Woman C.

All of them rejected the allegation that the session with Mr Mosley on March 28 - which was secretly filmed by a fifth woman, referred to as Woman E - had any Nazi connotations and was simply a "prison fantasy".

Mr Mosley, 68, president of the FIA (Federation International edel 'Automobile) says that his life was devastated by the expose of what the newspaper called a "sick Nazi orgy with five hookers" and is asking for an unprecedented award of punitive exemplary damages. Woman D, a student in her twenties, said the newspaper's description of what happened on March 28 was "absurd".

Referring to the newspaper article, Woman D said: "I am particularly appalled at the accusations that our scenarios had any Nazi connotation or overtones. No Nazi images, uniforms or material were used."

Woman A, or "Mistress Switch" as the newspaper described her, told the court that Mr Mosley - who she knew as Mike - contacted her via a website two years ago and they quite quickly became close.

"Mike is an extremely charming, mildmannered and interesting man," she said.

She described the first German prison scenario of March 8 as "hugely sexy and fun", and did not view it in any way Nazi.

She denied she had told E that the March 28 session, for which the five women were paid pounds 2,500 by Mr Mosley, would have a "very strong Nazi theme", or that "Mike" ordered one. …

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