43-year-old Lady Victoria Hervey, an ex-girlfriend of the disgraced Prince Andrew, is considering putting together a tell-all memoir about her relationship with the prince, including details about parties that were attended by Jeffrey Epstein, Bill Clinton and Donald Trump.
It is unclear how the prince will be presented, considering that Hervey has been evasive in her interviews about the allegations against him. In some interviews, Hervey confirmed some of the lurid details about the network of depraved elites, even saying that she may have been a target of Epstein herself if she was not "too old" for the financier. At the time when she met Epstein and his partner in crime Ghislaine Maxwell in 1999, she was just 23 years old, which still was still old compared to the targets that Epstein was known to choose. She even said that she believed that she was filmed with a secret camera during one of her stays at one of Epstein's properties in Manhattan, New York.
However, in another interview, she claimed that the prince was "not guilty" of the allegations that have been made against him, even though they are more or less true.
According to the Sun, there are many details about Epstein's friendship with Prince Andrew that she has not shared with the public, but is hoping to share in the book. An anonymous source close to Hervey told The Sun that there is "a lot that she has never revealed about the Royal family," adding that "She’s done many interviews but has always kept many things under her belt." However, with all of the media attention around the issue and all of the major threatening characters in the drama either dead or on the run, she feels that now is the time to tell everything she knows.
The source indicated that Hervey was recently given a "lucrative offer" from an anonymous book publisher, and that she is strongly considering taking the deal.
Hervey and Prince Andrew dated briefly in 1999, and although a romance was never sparked between the two, she became a trusted part of his inner circle, which is why she came into contact with Epstein and his entourage from time to time. In interviews since Andrew's disastrous appearance on the BBC, Hervey has still been defensive about the prince's role in Epstein's crimes, and has even taken issue with how the young girls who have made the allegations are being portrayed as victims in the media.
Hervey claimed that "these girls were living the high life," because of the lifestyle that they were given access to. Hervey claimed that "trafficking" is not the proper term to describe what happened to these girls, because they were not held in cages or chains. However, despite her defense of the prince, she still openly admits that many of the accusations against Epstein are true, so this book, if it does get published, will likely have plenty of incriminating evidence about the prince as well. With such an enticing offer on the table for Hervey, chances are slim that she will turn it down.