FIA President Max Mosley

Posted on Jun 23, 2009 by

1 motorsport Supremo Max Mosley is suing a UK newspaper in France. The
News of the World newspaper claimed that Mosley took part in a
Nazi-themed orgy of which the newspaper posted a video on their

son of fascist leader Sir Oswald Mosley, alleges defamation and
invasion of privacy against the newspaper, its editor-in-chief and
other staff. Mosley accepts he visited the prostitutes but denies
there were Nazi overtones. The president, 67, is also suing News
Group Newspapers, which owns the paper, in the UK for breach of

has apologised to the FIA – the governing body for racing –
for any embarrassment caused by his actions and has faced repeated
calls for his resignation. He faces a confidence vote in Paris next
week and has indicated he will not seek another term as FIA chief
even if he wins the vote.






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