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Woman denies Nazi role-play; COURT: Motorsport boss takes privacy action The World Today.

ONE of the women involved in a sadomasochistic session with motorsport boss Max Mosley rejected an allegation that there had been any Nazi roleplay.

The woman, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, took the stand at the High Court as a witness in Mr Mosley's landmark breach of privacy action against the News of the World.

Identified only as Woman D, she told Mr Justice Eady during the second day of the case in London that what had taken place was a "prison fantasy".

Woman D, who is in her 20s and a student, said: "I did not see anything Nazi."

Mr Mosley, the 68-year-old son of the 1930s Fascist leader Sir Oswald Mosley, has said: "A Nazi theme would be abhorrent to me - and I suspect that none of the women would wish to take part should anyone suggest such a theme."

Mr Mosley, president of the FIA (Federation Internationale de l'Automobile) says that his life was devastated by the expose of what the newspaper called a "sick Nazi orgy with five hookers" and is asking for an unprecedented award of punitive exemplary damages.

Dark-haired Woman D said that when she found out that one of the other women taking part in the session had secretly filmed it, she was "horrified".

She said: "I didn't think that anyone on the scene would do anything like that."

As she told the court that those involved would try to "make sure everything remains secret", she burst into tears.

News Group Newspapers is strongly contesting the action and argues that publication was justified in the public interest.
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