Friday, 19 October 2018, 14:47
A date has been set for the trial of an Iranian magnate resident in Marbella, who is facing 12 years and four months behind bars for the alleged "intimidatory, hostile, and humiliating" treatment of five women with whom he "simultaneously maintained a relationship", according to the prosecution.
It is alleged that these women, whom he "recruited" from London and Spain and "having gained their trust, convinced them to live with him in Marbella", were coerced with threatening behaviour and forbidden to communicate with their own families.
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