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Prince Andrew Grilled on Friendship with Epstein in BBC Interview

HeadlineNov 18, 2019

Prince Andrew was grilled about his longtime friendship with deceased serial sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein during an interview with the BBC that aired Sunday night. The Duke of York was friends with Epstein for years and visited Epstein’s Upper East Side mansion in 2010. Virginia Roberts Giuffre has accused Prince Andrew of having sex with her when she was 17 years old, saying that Epstein lent her to Prince Andrew on multiple occasions. During the BBC interview, the prince denied the accusations and said he had “no recollection” of meeting her, even though she’s released a photograph in which Prince Andrew is standing beside her with his hand around her bare stomach.

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