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Man promises women job as models but impregnates seven of them instead

By Mason White 2:04 PM May 12, 2014
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By: Aarav Sen
A conman in Spain, managed to get women into his home by promising them a career as a model.

However, rather than a career as a model he held them as sex slaves and impregnated seven of them.

The British millionaire allegedly forced ten aspiring models into being his sex slave after pretending to be an oil tycoon, with an enviable list of contacts in the fashion industry.

Shoja Shojai, 56, has been arrested by Spanish police over claims that he allegedly fathered seven children with the women after convincing them to live in his palace in Costa del Sol Harem, for three years with the promise of making them catwalk stars.

He attracted women from Germany, Lithuania, Kazakhstan, Denmark, Mongolia, Russia, and Turkmenistan. The women are said to be between the ages of 19 and 24.

After arriving at his mansion, the women soon realized that they were being deceived, but they could not leave after being subjected to emotional and physical abuse.

One of the women finally left and has filed a lawsuit against Shojai, claiming that he forced her family to pay almost $9,000 in rent for his villa in Marbella, where they were housed.

Eight others have since filed a lawsuit against him for physical and psychological abuse that left them in a state of “terror.”

Shojai, who posed as a CEO of an oil company, defended himself in a court in Marbella, by saying that the women were his employees.

Some women are now living in shelters. One has left the country.