A German princess in court after racially abused a paramedic and attacked a security guard after an Oktoberfest party at St Andrews University in Scotland

German princess racially abuses paramedic and attacks security guard
Theodora Sayn-Wittgenstein arrives at court (Picture: Alan Richardson Pix-AR.co.uk)

A German princess was shown to be anything but regal in her behaviour as she tried to strip naked, made racist comments towards a first-aider and attacking a security guard, a court heard today.

Her Serene Highness Princess Theodora Sayn-Wittgenstein allegedly said to first aider Farah Jasmin Hussain: ‘I was doing my nails this morning – I wondered how many Muslims I could kill.’

A witness stated that Ms Hussain left the room in tears due to the comments.

The Dundee Sheriff court heard how she attended the Oktoberfest party at the prestigious St Andrews University in Scotland, and had tried to climb a fence and remove some of her clothes before the night was over.

She then reportedly proceeded to attack both the first aider and a security guard, before the police arrived and he to place in in handcuffs and leg restraints.

Fiscal depute Trina Sinclair told the Court: ‘When police arrived they found the accused on the floor in an arm lock and with her legs being held down by security.’

‘She was handcuffed but her demeanor didn’t change. She kicked and lashed out and leg restraints were applied,’ she added.

Ms Sayn-Wittgenstein’s defence solicitor Douglas Williams said she had ‘brought shame on herself and her family’.

St Andrew’s University, where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were educated, is often ranked as one of the best universities in the UK.

German princess racially abuses paramedic and attacks security guard
St Andrews is in the heart of picturesque Edinburgh (Picture: PA Wire/Press Association Images)

 

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Source: metro.co.uk
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