Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

'I Know Blood Was Drawn ... Mosley Had a Plaster on His Bottom'

Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

'I Know Blood Was Drawn ... Mosley Had a Plaster on His Bottom'

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Byline: PAUL CHESTON

MOTOR racing boss Max Mosley was not dragged "kicking and screaming"into a sado-masochistic sex session by the News Of The World, the paper'seditor told the High Court today.

Colin Myler said the five women who were paid for five hours of spanking andbeing spanked were not hired by the Sunday newspaper.

He added that what had happened in Mr Mosley's Chelsea flat was "brutal"because the 68-year-old had been left bleeding. "I know blood was drawn becausehe had a plaster on his pink bottom," Mr Myler said.

The President of the FIA is suing the paper for what he considers to be a grossinvasion of his privacy.

Pictures taken on a secret camera of the sex session and a front page storywere published in March under the headline "F1 boss has sick Nazi orgy withfive hookers".

The third day of the trial today was marked by fiery exchanges between Mr Mylerand Mr Mosley's QC, James Price. The barrister accused the paper of "inventing"the Nazi slur to justify breaking press guidelines with the use of a hiddencamera. …

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