In his defence, the Sultan said, “Theory states that Allah’s law is cruel and unfairbut Allah himself has said that his law is indeed fair.”
Under Sharia law, jail, fines, amputation of limbs, public flogging or death by stoning are punishments for:
- Being absent from Friday prayer services
- becoming pregnant out of wedlock
- wearing indecent clothing
- for women, refuing to wear a hijab
- employing a non-Muslim baby sitter
- the use of the word “Allah” by Christians
- theft, homosexuality and adultery.
Reza Aslan, religious scholar and author, says "the Sultan himself is in violation of every single rule of Sharia law you could possibly imagine.” For the general population of Brunei, there is little fun to be had. Alcohol is banned and there is virtually no nightlife or culture.
The Sultan lives in a palace with 1,788 rooms, 257 bathrooms, five swimming pools, a mosque, a banquet hall that holds 5,000 people and a 110-car garage. When he turned 50, the Sultan built a stadium, invited Michael Jackson to perform in it and paid him $17 million for three concerts.
The Sultan and his brother Jefri are internationally infamous for their sex parties and their harems composed mainly of underage girls.
The Sultans brother, Jefri, maintains a separate pleasure palace and once owned a 152-foot yacht called Tits. He named its tenders Nipple 1 and Nipple 2, and could never understand why others often found it juvenile and crass.
Like Queen Elizabeth, the Sultan is descended from a centuries-old royal bloodline, maintained by incestuous intermarriage among cousins.
Oil is the source of all wealth, and when Shell began pumping in the 1970s, Brunei soon became known as “the Shellfare state.”
In 2012, Forbes magazine ranked Brunei the fifth-richest nation in the world.
In one way, the brothers adhere to Islamic law: As prescribed, each has several wives and families. But everything else they do is in defiance of the Koran and the law they’ve just imposed.
“It’s a radical double standard,” says Jillian Lauren, who wrote about her life as a member of Jefri’s harem in her memoir, “Some Girls.” “They have more money than anyone else. I know that they both have been married and divorced multiple times. It’s really hypocritical.”
It wasn’t until 2001, when Jefri was forced to auction off personal possessions after using the country as a piggy bank — spending an average of $747,000 a day for 10 years, on top of $17 billion in gifts to friends and family — that the sultanate’s true vulgarity was exposed. (His brother also treats the country as an ATM, and it remains a crime in Brunei for anyone to ever discuss how the royals spend their money.)
Among the family’s possessions:
- The Dorchester Hotel luxury chain
- More than 17 airplanes, including a private, customized Boeing 747 and an Airbus 340-200 — often used to transport their harems and the South American professional polo players they rent for sport
- 9,000 cars, including two custom-made Mercedes-Benz firetrucks
- 150 homes in 12 countries
- A private zoo
- One 12-foot-tall rocking horse
- Four life-size statues depicting Jefri having sex with a fiancee ($800,000)
- A global network of employees to procure women
- Asprey, jeweler to the Queen of England
- 10 luxury watches, at a cost of $8 million, that showed a couple having sex every time the hour struck
- Hundreds of thousands of suits by Versace and Armani
- A golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus
- Gold-plated toilet bowl brushes
- A sofa shaped like a Cadillac
- Dozens of bowling alley machines, pool tables, pizza ovens and grand pianos
- A professional lab to develop film
- 16,000 tons of marble, stacked in warehouses
“With their money, they could have cured diseases,” an adviser to Jefri told Fortune. “But they have little interest in the rest of humanity.”
Two years before that, in 1997, Brunei’s long-rumored harems and sex parties were made public when Shannon Marketic, a former Miss USA, sued Jefri and the sultan. In court filings, she claimed a talent agency brokered a $3,000-a-day job in Brunei, where she’d do “personal appearances and promotional work.”
Instead, she was held as a sex slave, forced to dance every night in the prince’s private disco from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m., called a whore and groped at random. She told People magazine that she’d been drugged and molested, and once back in the US, sued them for $10 million, citing “mental anguish, nightmares, difficulty sleeping, other trauma.”
The brothers claimed diplomatic immunity and the case was dropped.
Upon landing in Brunei, the recruited girls were forced to hand over their passports. Surveillance was everywhere. The girls had to keep their weight down, and if that was a problem, there was a doctor on hand with diet pills, sleeping pills — whatever she might need.
The girls had to bow to the royals whenever one passed, not speak unless spoken to, and to keep her head lower than Jefri’s — who demanded the girls call him Robin, a name he found more American.
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