Police in California are investigating claims that the Saudi prince arrested Wednesday on charges of trying to force one of his workers to perform oral sex on him may have attacked other women as well. Three unidentified women have filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles County Superior Court saying Majed Abdulaziz Al-Saud preyed on them for days in a Beverly Glen home, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Al-Saud was arrested after Los Angeles police responded to a disturbance at his house in a gated community. He is suspected of forced oral copulation of an adult authorities said.

A woman was reported to have been seen bleeding as she tried to climb the tall wall that surrounds the prince’s home. The women who filed the new lawsuit, which said Al-Saud’s behavior was despicable and extreme, want unspecified damages for alleged sexual discrimination and retaliation against workers.

Al-Saud could not be reached for comment by the Los Angeles Times, but he has been released on $300,000 bail. Neighbors of the home Al-Saud was staying in told the Daily Mail they believe the prince, who does not appear to have diplomatic immunity, may have fled the country already.

“He has all the wealth to disappear and not come back,” one woman who asked to remain anonymous told the Daily Mail. “He can make a quick getaway, never come back and the accusations could still remain here.”