VIRGINIA Roberts also alleges that Prince Andrew remarked how his own DAUGHTERS were just a “little bit” younger than the then-17-year-old, before sleeping with her.
Ms. Guiffre, who also appears in the docu-series, claims she was groomed and sexually abused by Epstein and passed around to his powerful friends – including the prince – for sex.
Andrew has repeatedly claimed he has no recollection of meeting Ms. Guiffre, despite being photographed with his arm around her waist. Production on the documentary, Filthy Rich, began before Epstein became a household name – before his death, before his shock arrest, before a 2018 Pulitzer-winning investigation by the Miami Times-Herald into the sweetheart plea deal negotiated by federal prosecutors to keep Epstein out of prison.
In a statement issued to the program-makers, Buckingham Palace said: “It is emphatically denied that the Duke of York had any form of contact or sexual relationship with Virginia Roberts.”
But a former employee of Epstein claims he saw him getting close to her on another occasion at Little Saint James, the financier’s private Caribbean island.
The four-part docu-series starts tonight, Netflix said: “The series exposes a horrifying story of relentless manipulation and sex trafficking.
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