Qatari diplomats ‘begged secretary to get ‘aroused’ on drugs and wanted sex with her teen daughter’


DIPLOMATS begged a secretary to get “aroused” on drugs and asked to sleep with her teenage daughter, a tribunal heard.

Deanne Kingson, 58, was also asked to arrange sex parties for VIPs while at London’s Qatar Embassy.

A secretary at the Embassy of Qatar in Mayfair, London, said diplomats ‘begged her to get aroused on drugs and wanted sex with her teen daughter’

The single mum said a “lengthy campaign of discrimination” caused her stress and depression, and after eight years she was fired.

Ms Kingson claimed an ambassador repeatedly invited her to a suite to chew the stimulant Qat, later made illegal.

The tribunal heard his friend got sexually aroused on it and he “wished her to chew Qat for similar reasons”. When she rejected him, he begged to marry her 19-year-old daughter. Ms Kingson said it was so he could have sex with her “without breaching rules in Islam”.

Another diplomat allegedly asked Ms Kingson, of Acton, West London, to help set up private events “understood to be sex parties”.

Employment Judge Brown ruled that staff targeted her because she was “seen as not being a good Muslim woman”.

Ms Kingson had since struggled to find work. The Qatar Government was ordered to pay £388,920 compensation for sex and religious discrimination.

File photo of market in Yemen where stimulant Qat (or Khat) is traded

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