Prince Andrew Pressured To Speak Following Epstein’s Chef Aiding FBI Investigation

The chef that worked for Jeffrey Epstein is now fully cooperating with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in its probe against Epstein and Maxwell's pedophile ring, putting pressure on Prince Andrew to speak to U.S. authorities.

Adam Perry Lang, who worked for Epstein for four years is now singing like a canary to the FBI according to a podcast Broken: Seeking Justice. Lang worked for Jeffrey Epstein between 1999 and 2003 and knew Prince Andrew which makes his cooperation even more key to the ongoing Epstein and Maxwell investigation.

Anewspost previously reported that the case was still open and more of Epstein’s pals may soon face the music with arrests and charges.

Attorney Arick Fudali, representing the victims, heaped pressure on Prince Andrew — who has been accused of stonewalling detectives.

"We certainly hope that this may inspire other witnesses to come forward and help shed some light on Epstein's dark scheme," Fudali said.

Sources told the Mirror: "Perry Lang holds information on what took place. They will get as much detail as possible that will shape any interview they may one day have with the duke."

Lang came forward after Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre wrote to ask him to be a "hero."

Lawrence Lustberg confirmed the chef was helping the FBI. Lang himself added: "We have absolutely always been available to the attorneys representing the victims."

Epstein was found dead in suspicious circumstances in his cell while awaiting trial for underage sex trafficking last year.  One single day after a release of a cache of documents was unsealed in  a New York court.

Giuffre claims she was trafficked by pedophile financier Epstein, and further alleges Andrew had sex with her on three separate occasions, including when she was 17, still a minor under U.S. law.

Four alleged victims of Jeffrey Epstein have previously written an open letter pleading for Prince Andrew to talk to the FBI for the sake of his “daughters and their children,” and to “be on the right side of history," according to a report from the Daily Mail.

Please help the US authorities with anything you may have observed in your time spent with Jeffrey Epstein,” they urge, stating Andrew’s “privileged life” gives him the power to “influence and create positive change.

Do it for the victims who have lived a life of suffering, shame and humiliation. You can make things better for us and for future generations with your co-operation,” they wrote, according to the Daily Mail.

Geoffrey Berman, the former U.S. attorney for the southern district of New York has previously stated that Andrew had provided no cooperation despite repeated attempts to talk to him about the ongoing investigation into Epstein’s pedophile ring.

Berman added, the investigation will be “moving forward” with or without Prince Andrew’s cooperation, according to the Guardian.

The Scotland Yard has previously refused to reveal Prince Andrew’s location on the night that he is accused of raping Virginia Giuffre, one of the more public accusers and whose name did not appear on the letter. Further, police records that could make or break Prince Andrew’s alibi for the night he is alleged to have had sex with Giuffre have been destroyed.

Scotland Yard made the admission to a former Royal protection officer who told The Mail, he believed Andrew may have returned to Buckingham Palace in the early hours of March 11th, 2001.

“I am very disappointed. Why on earth did it take nearly five months to respond with such a non-informative answer? I’m also surprised to discover that any records regarding the Royal family and their police protection are destroyed, much less after just two years.’ The disclosure raises the possibility that other documents, including Royal protection officer logs, which would confirm where the Prince was at the times in question, have also been destroyed,” the former Royal protection officer told the Dailymail.

During Andrew’s catastrophic failure of an interview with the BBC, the royal stated firmly that he was at a Pizza Express in Woking with his daughters on the night Giuffre claimed they visited a club before the then 17-year-old girl was made to have sex with him at the London home of Ghislaine Maxwell. Andrew also made ridiculous claims that he cannot sweat which ultimately blew up in his face on social media mere hours after the interview aired.

Andrew has categorically denied he has had any form of sexual contact or relationship with Giuffre. He also denied ever meeting Giuffre, despite the photographic evidence, which he insists must be fake.

However, private emails showed he mentioned Virginia Giuffre by name to Maxwell. The emails were found by the BBC buried in thousands of pages of legal documents in the case of Giuffre versus Maxwell. "Let me know when we can talk. Got some specific questions to ask you about Virginia Roberts," Andrew wrote.

Maxwell responded by saying, “Have some info—call me when you have a moment.

To make matters worse for Andrew, Maxwell’s entire email cache was hacked.

Giuffre’s unreleased memoir about her life as a teenage victim inside the convicted pedophile Epstein’s alleged sex-trafficking ring claims that Prince Andrew groped two young girls. The memoir entitled: "The Billionaire’s Playboy Club” was recently released in court documents as Anewspost reported.

At least six women have come forward to accuse Andrew of being present during the abuse that took place on Jeffrey Epstein’s properties.

Maxwell is awaiting trial in the U.S. set for next year, after being charged with procuring teenage girls for Epstein to abuse. Charges which she vehemently denies. Maxwell is indicted under six counts in Manhattan federal court the charges allege that Maxwell helped Epstein groom girls as young as 14 years old, going back as far as 1994. The indictment admonitions include – conspiracy to entice minors, transporting minors, and perjury. As Anewspost reported, Maxwell has pleaded not guilty set to have her trial next July in 2021.

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Alex Baldridge is an activist and freelance journalist from the midwestern United States who was inspired to become a writer after watching the development of the Wikileaks story and the persecution of Julian Assange. Alex is especially interested in topics like surveillance, the rise of automation, foreign policy, prison reform, and the legal system.