Mosley denies Nazi claims

Max MosleyFIA president Max Mosley has strongly denied allegations of Nazi behaviour during his court action against British newspaper the News of the World which began yesterday in London. Mosley claims that the newspaper s revelations devastated his life and that during the session, there were no Nazi connotations at all.

“I can think of a few things more unerotic than Nazi role play,” he told newspaper the Daily Telegraph. “”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. I wouldn’t consider my parents to be Nazi but there is obviously a link.”

James Price QC who is representing Mosley added, “To hide a listening device or hidden camera in someone’s bedroom in order to spy on them having sex violates a basic human taboo. The claimant’s life has been devastated by the reports. The humiliation is of the highest order.”