Billionaire Coca-Cola Bottling Heir Ordered To Pay Sex Abuse Accuser $58 Million

    NEW YORK POST- The heir to a Coca-Cola bottling fortune has been ordered to pay more than $50 million in damages to an employee who accused him of sexual assault and sexual battery.

    Alki David, a Greek billionaire, will have to pay Mahim Khan — a former employee who worked in one of David’s Los Angeles-based media companies — $58 million for the abuse.

    The ruling was announced by Khan’s attorney, Gloria Allred, on Monday.

    In the suit, Khan alleged the billionaire mogul thrust his pelvis into her face and pretended she was giving him oral sex.

    The ruling is the third against David this year, the Los Angeles Times reported.

    In one of the other claims against him, former employee Chasity Jones said David fired her for refusing to have sex with him.

    David’s spokesperson said he plans to appeal Monday’s verdict and that he maintains his innocence.