'Recently unsealed court documents from the sex trafficking trial of American financier Jeffrey Epstein have revealed that the UK’s Prince Andrew was named in a 2015 lawsuit against an accused Epstein accomplice. The plaintiff alleged Andrew groped her when she was a minor at Epstein’s New York estate.
In 2015, Virginia Roberts Giuffre sued Ghislaine Maxwell, a British socialite and media heiress accused of being the “madame” for Epstein’s supposed underage girl sex trafficking circuit, accusing Maxwell and Esptein and using her as a “sex slave” and claiming she was directed to perform sex acts with numerous famous men, one of them being Prince Andrew, the Duke of York and eighth in line to the British throne.
“Any suggestion of impropriety with underage minors is categorically untrue,” Buckingham Palace said in a 2015 statement on the lawsuit. “It is emphatically denied that the Duke of York had any form of sexual contact or relationship with [Giuffre]. The allegations made are false and without any foundation.”
Included in the tranche of documents is a photo which, according to Guiffre’s attorneys, shows the royal “with his hand around Ms. Giuffre’s bare waist while she was a minor child, while posing with [Maxwell], inside [Maxwell’s] house in London,” the Guardian reported.
“This particular photograph corroborates Ms. Giuffre’s claims, and there is no other reasonable explanation why an American child should be in the company of adults not her kin, in the London house owned by the girlfriend of a now convicted sex offender,” Giuffre’s lawyers say in the documents.'
Read more: UK’s Prince Andrew Accused of Groping Minor at Epstein Mansion - Court Docs
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