Inside Oxfam’s ‘Caligula orgy villa’

Inside Oxfam’s ‘Caligula orgy villa’

Boasting a 25ft swimming pool and a charming sun terrace, this is the luxury apartment block in Haiti where Oxfam aid workers cavorted with young prostitutes at a sex party likened to a ‘Caligula orgy’.

Terracotta walls, palm trees and floral arrangements give the gated complex the feel of a Mediterranean holiday villa.

The six-bedroom serviced complex, which can sleep 12, was rented to Oxfam for around £1,200 a month – an astronomical sum by Haitian standards.

The Daily Mail found it in a rundown part of Haitian capital Port au Prince after three sources confirmed it was used for the alleged sex parties.

Each of the rooms comes fully furnished so that aid workers do not need to buy their own furniture.

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Oxfam workers cavorted with prostitutes at a sex party likened to ‘Caligula orgy’ at a luxury apartment block in Haiti

The complex – known locally as ‘the whorehouse’ – has a living room with a flat screen TV and three comfy seats with plenty of space for entertaining.

It was here that video footage was said to have been filmed showing aid workers partying with prostitutes who wore Oxfam T-shirts.

One source said at least five half-naked girls were running around at a ‘full-on Caligula orgy’. Such gatherings were referred to as ‘young meat barbecues’.

The villa comes with an armed guard as well a 12ft security gate with barbed wire on the top.

By contrast, some of the other houses in the area still bear the scars from the 2010 earthquake, which killed 220,000 and left 1.5million people homeless.

The hilly and chaotic streets are choked with pedestrians, traders and traffic. There are potholes everywhere and cars bounce around on the uneven surfaces.

The apartment block was rented out to Oxfam for around £1,200 – a huge sum by Haitian standards

The Daily Mail found the block in a rundown par of Haitian capital Port au Prince after three sources confirmed it was used for the alleged sex parties 

On the street, the traders try to scratch out a living selling rice, eggs and beans from sacks supplied by aid agencies.

A Haitian woman wearing dirty jeans who was cooking meat on a grill in the street said: ‘I don’t think they should be doing that here. Oxfam were supposed to help people, not do this’.

Another local man added: ‘This shouldn’t have happened. This neighbourhood was really struggling after the earthquake.’

The villa sits in a densely populated neighbourhood called Delmas, which is home to 600,000. Locals said it was one of the worst affected places after the earthquake in 2010.

There was no electricity and the poor quality housing meant that more buildings collapsed than in other areas, causing more deaths.

Workers at the property confirmed that Oxfam staff used to stay there, as did a neighbour.

A former driver who used to work for Oxfam said: ‘I left before all this came out, but I heard there were lots of girls at these parties. They used to have girls up there all the time’.

Last night another source told the Mail: ‘This is where those Oxfam sex parties took place. They happened on more than one occasion and they weren’t very subtle about it.

‘I think they thought they cou

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