EXCLUSIVE: Brother of Qatar's emir is accused of ordering his staff to kill Americans on U.S. soil, beating his chauffeur to death, going on drug binges and sexually assaulting male prostitute with a pool cue (14 Pics)

The brother of Qatar's emir ordered his staff to kill Americans on US soil and personally beat his chauffeur to death in Qatar, a bombshell lawsuit claims.
DailyMail.com has exclusively obtained a copy of a federal civil lawsuit filed in Massachusetts on Tuesday, which paints a deeply disturbing picture of a billionaire playboy Arab royal, who allegedly murdered a man in front of one of the American plaintiffs.
The allegations are against Sheikh Khalid bin Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, brother to the Qatari Emir.
The court papers, filed by six American former staffers of the Sheikh, claim he went on days-long sleepless ‘binges’, partied with prostitutes, ordered two of his US staff to kill people, threatened to kill staff himself, exposed himself to his male nurse and told the nurse he ‘wanted to skull f**k someone’ while waving his penis at him. 
And in one horrific incident detailed in the lawsuit, the Qatari prince allegedly committed 'an act of sodomy against a male prostitute with a billiard stick'.
The brother of Qatar's emir ordered his staff to kill Americans on US soil and personally beat his chauffeur to death in Qatar, a bombshell lawsuit claims. DailyMail.com has exclusively obtained a copy of a federal civil lawsuit filed in Massachusetts on Tuesday, which paints a deeply disturbing picture of billionaire playboy Sheikh Khalid bin Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani (pictured)
The brother of Qatar's emir ordered his staff to kill Americans on US soil and personally beat his chauffeur to death in Qatar, a bombshell lawsuit claims. DailyMail.com has exclusively obtained a copy of a federal civil lawsuit filed in Massachusetts on Tuesday, which paints a deeply disturbing picture of billionaire playboy Sheikh Khalid bin Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani (pictured)
One of the plaintiffs, Ramez Tohme, the son of Michael Jackson's last manager Tohme Tohme, claims in the lawsuit that the Qatari prince threatened to kill him, saying 'you can call your father and tell him that you are going to be buried in the desert.'
Tohme, 33 claims the Sheikh kidnapped him and kept him prisoner in Doha for days, attempted to frame him for a crime and had him thrown in jail.
Another of the plaintiffs, Oak Ridge Tennessee-based Terry Hope, worked for Sheikh Khalid's car racing team, Al Anabi Racing.
In the lawsuit he claims that between 2010 and 2012 the Sheikh ordered him to murder his rival, the then owner of the American Drag Racing League and the owner's wife, four times.
Hope, 54, claims the Sheikh told him he 'would be financially 'set up' for the rest of his life' if he performed the contract killings, but he refused.
Hope claims that in 2016, while working for Sheikh Khalid in Doha, the prince drove out to the desert and beat his chauffeur to death in front of him.
'The more that the chauffeur pleaded, the more aggressive Defendant Khalid beat him,' Hope claimed in his lawsuit, recounting the alleged murder that he says he saw from just a few feet away.
'Plaintiff observed Defendant Khalid to pull out his pistol, grab the chauffeur by the back of the head, and place the pistol in the chauffeur's mouth,' the former racing team member claimed.
'Plaintiff observed Defendant Khalid to then strike chauffeur in the back of the head, observed the chauffeur to fall limp, observed the chauffeur's chest to cease rising, and the chauffeur to eventually become lifeless.' 
Another of the plaintiffs, Oak Ridge Tennessee-based Terry Hope (pictured), worked for Sheikh Khalid¿s car racing team, Al Anabi Racing. In the lawsuit he claims that between 2010 and 2012 the Sheikh ordered him to murder his rival, the then owner of the American Drag Racing League and the owner¿s wife, four times. Hope, 54, claims the Sheikh told him he ¿would be financially ¿set up¿ for the rest of his life¿ if he performed the contract killings, but he refused
Another of the plaintiffs, Oak Ridge Tennessee-based Terry Hope (pictured), worked for Sheikh Khalid's car racing team, Al Anabi Racing. In the lawsuit he claims that between 2010 and 2012 the Sheikh ordered him to murder his rival, the then owner of the American Drag Racing League and the owner's wife, four times. Hope, 54, claims the Sheikh told him he 'would be financially 'set up' for the rest of his life' if he performed the contract killings, but he refused
Hope (left with the Sheikh) claims that in 2016, while working for Sheikh Khalid in Doha, the prince drove out to the desert and beat his chauffeur to death in front of him
Hope (left with the Sheikh) claims that in 2016, while working for Sheikh Khalid in Doha, the prince drove out to the desert and beat his chauffeur to death in front of him
¿The more that the chauffeur pleaded, the more aggressive Defendant Khalid beat him,¿ Hope  (far left) claimed in his lawsuit, recounting the alleged murder that he says he saw from just a few feet away. ¿Plaintiff observed Defendant Khalid to pull out his pistol, grab the chauffeur by the back of the head, and place the pistol in the chauffeur¿s mouth,¿ the former racing team member claimed
'The more that the chauffeur pleaded, the more aggressive Defendant Khalid beat him,' Hope  (far left) claimed in his lawsuit, recounting the alleged murder that he says he saw from just a few feet away. 'Plaintiff observed Defendant Khalid to pull out his pistol, grab the chauffeur by the back of the head, and place the pistol in the chauffeur's mouth,' the former racing team member claimed
Hope wrote Sheikh Khalid was standing over the chauffeur's body when the prince turned, pistol in hand, and reached out to him.
'Do you want to shoot him?' Sheikh Khalid asked Hope, the lawsuit claimed.
Shocked, Hope replied, 'I think he learned his lesson,' the documents said.
The Sheikh told Hope: 'This is what happens when you cross me. This is my world,' the legal complaint said, adding that the prince's bodyguards threw the man's 'lifeless body' in the back of a vehicle.
As they drove back to Sheikh Khalid's Doha palace, the prince berated Hope for being a 'p**sy' by not shooting the chauffeur, he claimed, asking why Hope 'would not cross ''that line'' for him.'
'Everyone has their breaking point,' the Sheikh said according to the lawsuit. 'I'll find yours.'
DailyMail.com has previously revealed the claims of one of the plaintiffs, ex-US Marine Matthew Pittard, that the Arab royal told him to kill two people, and the Sheikh later threatened to kill him after he refused. 
Sheikh Khalid hired Pittard, 46, in 2017 as his security director and soon after made the illegal request, the documents claim.
'In approximately late September of 2017 and November of 2017, in Los Angeles California, Defendant Khalid asked Pittard to murder a male and female who Defendant Khalid viewed as threats to his social reputation and personal security,' the legal filing said.
'Pittard refused to execute these unlawful requests.'
DailyMail.com has previously revealed the claims of one of the plaintiffs, ex-US Marine Matthew Pittard, that the Arab royal told him to kill two people, and the Sheikh later threatened to kill him after he refused
DailyMail.com has previously revealed the claims of one of the plaintiffs, ex-US Marine Matthew Pittard, that the Arab royal told him to kill two people, and the Sheikh later threatened to kill him after he refused
Sheikh Khalid hired Pittard, 46, in 2017 as his security director and soon after made the illegal request, the documents claim. ¿In approximately late September of 2017 and November of 2017, in Los Angeles California, Defendant Khalid asked Pittard to murder a male and female who Defendant Khalid viewed as threats to his social reputation and personal security,¿ the legal filing said. ¿Pittard refused to execute these unlawful requests'
Sheikh Khalid hired Pittard, 46, in 2017 as his security director and soon after made the illegal request, the documents claim. 'In approximately late September of 2017 and November of 2017, in Los Angeles California, Defendant Khalid asked Pittard to murder a male and female who Defendant Khalid viewed as threats to his social reputation and personal security,' the legal filing said. 'Pittard refused to execute these unlawful requests'
The former staffers to the Qatari prince described his alleged sadistic behavior, including one horrific incident at a party in his Doha palace when the Sheikh anally raped a male prostitute with a pool cue, according to the legal filing.
Hope said he tried to leave the October 2016 party after he was 'forced to watch' Sheikh Khalid and his friend 'commit an act of sodomy against a male prostitute with a billiard stick,' but the Sheikh caught him and told him 'You don't leave until I tell you to leave.'
One of Hope's racing teammates and fellow Tennessean, Robert Von Smith, is suing the Sheikh alongside him.
Smith, 57, a former National Hot Rod Association drag racing champion, accuses Sheikh Khalid of violating US employment laws and reneging on his contract.
The plaintiffs have previously told DailyMail.com the Sheikh regularly threw wild parties with race car drivers and prostitutes, having a medical team monitor his health when he finally went to sleep after his days-long binges.
Two of the plaintiffs who were employed as his nurses have previously told DailyMail.com they were equipped with anti-OD medication Narcan, and one claimed in the Massachusetts lawsuit that he saw the prince 'intoxicated' and 'under the influence of substances.'
The Los Angeles-based nurse, Jason Mollenbrink, claimed he also became a target of the prince's warped sexual advances.
In the lawsuit, Mollenbrink claims in June 2018 the Sheikh 'exposed his penis to Plaintiff Mollenbrink and demanded that Plaintiff Mollenbrink show Defendant Khalid his penis.'
Mollenbrink said the ordeal left him feeling 'violated'.
Two of the plaintiffs who were employed as his nurses have previously told DailyMail.com they were equipped with anti-OD medication Narcan, and one claimed in the Massachusetts lawsuit that he saw the prince ¿intoxicated¿ and ¿under the influence of substances'
Two of the plaintiffs who were employed as his nurses have previously told DailyMail.com they were equipped with anti-OD medication Narcan, and one claimed in the Massachusetts lawsuit that he saw the prince 'intoxicated' and 'under the influence of substances'
The Los Angeles-based nurse, Jason Mollenbrink (pictured), claimed he also became a target of the prince¿s warped sexual advances. In the lawsuit, Mollenbrink claims in June 2018 the Sheikh ¿exposed his penis to Plaintiff Mollenbrink and demanded that Plaintiff Mollenbrink show Defendant Khalid his penis.¿ Mollenbrink said the ordeal left him feeling ¿violated¿
The Los Angeles-based nurse, Jason Mollenbrink (pictured), claimed he also became a target of the prince's warped sexual advances. In the lawsuit, Mollenbrink claims in June 2018 the Sheikh 'exposed his penis to Plaintiff Mollenbrink and demanded that Plaintiff Mollenbrink show Defendant Khalid his penis.' Mollenbrink said the ordeal left him feeling 'violated'
Racing teammates and fellow Tennessean, Robert Von Smith, is suing the Sheikh alongside him. Smith, 57, (pictured) a former National Hot Rod Association drag racing champion, accuses Sheikh Khalid of violating US employment laws and reneging on his contract
Racing teammates and fellow Tennessean, Robert Von Smith, is suing the Sheikh alongside him. Smith, 57, (pictured) a former National Hot Rod Association drag racing champion, accuses Sheikh Khalid of violating US employment laws and reneging on his contract
The plaintiffs have previously told DailyMail.com the Sheikh regularly threw wild parties with race car drivers and prostitutes, having a medical team monitor his health when he finally went to sleep after his days-long binges. Pictured: Smith and the Sheikh
The plaintiffs have previously told DailyMail.com the Sheikh regularly threw wild parties with race car drivers and prostitutes, having a medical team monitor his health when he finally went to sleep after his days-long binges. Pictured: Smith and the Sheikh 
The 49-year-old nurse said when Tohme and Pittard escaped, the Sheikh became infuriated and took Mollenbrink into a locked bathroom.
The Qatari prince 'yelled angrily to Plaintiff Mollenbrink that he ''wanted to skull f**k someone,'' and Defendant grabbed his erect penis through his underwear, and waved it at Plaintiff Mollenbrink,' the legal documents claimed.
Mollenbrink wrote he 'looked away in embarrassment' and 'felt like Defendant Khalid's actions were a sexual proposition.'
The nurse claims he was subject to other alleged abuses of power by the Sheikh, who would regularly call him 'b**ch', 'c**t' and 'f*g'.
The prince ordered other staffers to line up and hurl insults at Mollenbrink, documents claimed, threatening to throw hot coffee on them if they refused.
In April 2018 Sheikh Khalid became jealous that Mollenbrink was texting the prince's butler, the lawsuit claimed. He called the butler to his bedroom and ordered Mollenbrink to close his eyes, then allegedly punched the nurse in the face.
In another incident that month, Sheikh Khalid threw a crystal ashtray at the nurse, hitting him in the groin, the lawsuit said.
Mollenbrink says in March last year he saw Sheikh Khalid hold a gun to another staffer's head.
'Defendant Khalid grabbed the nurse, placed the nurse in a headlock and repeatedly placed a pistol to the nurse's forehead,' the lawsuit claimed.
'Defendant Khalid fired two rounds of shots into the bedroom wall. Defendant Khalid's security staff responded but seeing the red laser light from Defendant Khalid's pistol moving haphazardly around the room, feared they would be shot and were unwilling to assist.'
Mollenbrink claimed soon after, he walked in on a fight between the Sheikh and his wife where she pulled a pistol on her husband as he yelled 'shoot me'.
One of the plaintiffs is another LA-based former nurse to the Sheikh, Matthew Allende. Allende, 38, claims he was held against his will at the Sheikh¿s palace, and when he broke his foot trying to escape, the prince kept him in Doha for months before allowing him to return home
One of the plaintiffs is another LA-based former nurse to the Sheikh, Matthew Allende. Allende, 38, claims he was held against his will at the Sheikh's palace, and when he broke his foot trying to escape, the prince kept him in Doha for months before allowing him to return home
Allende returned from work in January to find his girlfriend, Abby Han (together ), brutally beaten in an attack  which Pasadena police say they are investigating as an attempted murder
Allende told DailyMailTV he believes the horrific assault was a hit by the Sheikh to deter him from pursuing his lawsuit. Detectives said they are investigating, but have no evidence linking the Sheikh to the crime
Allende returned from work in January to find his girlfriend, Abby Han (together left), brutally beaten in an attack (right) which Pasadena police say they are investigating as an attempted murder. In an exclusive interview earlier this year, Allende told DailyMailTV he believes the horrific assault was a hit by the Sheikh to deter him from pursuing his lawsuit. Detectives said they are investigating, but have no evidence linking the Sheikh to the crime.
One of the plaintiffs is another LA-based former nurse to the Sheikh, Matthew Allende.
Allende, 38, claims he was held against his will at the Sheikh's palace, and when he broke his foot trying to escape, the prince kept him in Doha for months before allowing him to return home.
Allende and Pittard filed a lawsuit against the Sheikh in a Florida federal court last July, but decided to refile in Massachusetts this week after the four new plaintiffs joined their case.
Allende returned from work in January to find his girlfriend, Abby Han, brutally beaten in an attack which Pasadena police say they are investigating as an attempted murder.
In an exclusive interview earlier this year, Allende told DailyMailTV he believes the horrific assault was a hit by the Sheikh to deter him from pursuing his lawsuit. Detectives said they are investigating, but have no evidence linking the Sheikh to the crime.
Tohme says in the lawsuit he was friends with the Sheikh for 10 years, but after the prince hired him and took him to Doha in 2017, his abusive behaviour began to spiral out of control.
Tohme claimed Sheikh Khalid repeatedly locked him in his palace and would 'brandish a firearm, point the firearm at Plaintiff Tohme, and/or threaten to kill Plaintiff Tohme and his family if Plaintiff Tohme attempted to leave the palace,' and threatened to have Tohme criminally prosecuted in Qatar.
Tohme claimed that during his 'false imprisonment' he 'observed Defendant Khalid to be high on narcotics and brandish a firearm.'
One of the plaintiffs, Ramez Tohme (pictured), the son of Michael Jackson¿s last manager Tohme Tohme, claims in the lawsuit that the Qatari prince threatened to kill him, saying ¿you can call your father and tell him that you are going to be buried in the desert'
One of the plaintiffs, Ramez Tohme (pictured), the son of Michael Jackson's last manager Tohme Tohme, claims in the lawsuit that the Qatari prince threatened to kill him, saying 'you can call your father and tell him that you are going to be buried in the desert'
Pittard helped Tohme escape at 3am one night in July 2018, the lawsuit said, but added MJ manager's son was later kidnapped from a hotel lobby by the Sheikh's men and thrown in jail on spurious assault and intoxication charges.
Tohme claimed that while in custody, medical staff used an unclean needle to take a blood sample from him, then added alcohol to it to frame him – but ineptly added so much that if the sample was real, he would be dead from alcohol poisoning.
Tohme claimed a Doha judge handling his case told him 'Ramez, don't worry. We are all aware of Khalid's actions and the things he does. I will release you but I don't want to hear anything bad about my country.'
He claimed the US embassy in Doha, the Qatari consulate in LA, the Qatari ambassador Sheikh Meshal bin Hamad Al Thani and the Qatari military attaché to the United Nations were involved in coordinating his release and transportation back to the US.
Pittard claimed after Khalid discovered he helped Tohme escape, the prince called him and threatened to kill him.
'You motherf***er! You back-stabbing piece of s**t! How dare you do this to me? You know who I am and what I can do to you,' the lawsuit claimed the Sheikh said on the irate phone call. 
'I will bury you in the desert and kill your family! F**k your family, and I will f**k you!'
The Sheikh's legal team, lawyers for his US company and the Qatari embassy did not respond to repeated requests for comment.
EXCLUSIVE: Brother of Qatar's emir is accused of ordering his staff to kill Americans on U.S. soil, beating his chauffeur to death, going on drug binges and sexually assaulting male prostitute with a pool cue (14 Pics) EXCLUSIVE: Brother of Qatar's emir is accused of ordering his staff to kill Americans on U.S. soil, beating his chauffeur to death, going on drug binges and sexually assaulting male prostitute with a pool cue (14 Pics) Reviewed by STATION GOSSIP on 01:40 Rating: 5

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