Jeffrey Epstein accuser Virginia 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 in newly released court docs.
The 139-page document titled: "The Billionaire's Playboy Club" was released publicly by New York District Judge Loretta Preska, as one of the exhibits in Giuffre's lawsuit against Epstein's former partner Ghislaine Maxwell, which was previously settled.
According to reports in the Mirror Andrew also used a doll that was a spitting image puppet of himself. Giuffre, who was 17 at the time, alleged Prince Andrew used it to touch her inappropriately along with another girl.
Andrew categorically denies he had any form of sexual contact with Giuffre. Despite there being photographic evidence, which he insists is fake.
However, according to the Dailymail, 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 on Sunday he believed Andrew may have returned to Buckingham Palace in the early hours of March 11, 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.
Giuffre claimed in her memoir that the incident took place during Easter 2001 when Maxwell called her to the first-floor study of Epstein's home in Manhattan, New York.
"Ghislane led me to the decadent sofa he was lounging on and twirled me around to give him a good look over before sitting me down on his lap," Giuffre wrote according to the documents.
"Like a show pony I knew exactly how they wanted me to be paraded around, with the last of my dignity long lost, I had nothing more to lose," she added. "It was easy to give them the reaction they desired, all I had too do was pretend to be entertained by their lewd gestures, and when Andrew cupped my breast with a doll made in his image, I only giggled away."
"Ghislane wanted to take a picture of the bizarre scene and even got Johanna (Sjoberg), another one of Jeffrey's so-called personal assistants, to come sit on his other knee for the snapshot, giving the impression girls couldn't stay away from Randy Andy," Giuffre wrote.
At least six women have come forward to accuse Andrew of being present during the abuse that took place on Jeffrey Epstein’s properties. While emails with recently arrested pedophile procurer Ghislaine Maxwell have previously revealed that the Duke, knew Virginia Giuffre's name.
BBC’s Panorama previously aired an interview with Giuffre, along with a documentary detailing some of the other evidence in the case. Among the evidence was an email exchange between Andrew and Maxwell, which the BBC found buried in thousands of pages of legal documents. “Let me know when we can talk. Got some specific questions to ask you about Virginia Roberts," Andrew wrote to Maxwell.
The memoir files were released as part of a huge cache of documents that were unsealed Thursday in a now-settled defamation suit that Guiffre brought against Maxwell.
The files didn’t just include testimonies of Giufree, they included personal emails between Epstein and Maxwell, as well as information from a discussion between Giuffre and her lawyer. Maxwell’s attorney’s previously argued that the records should be kept under seal, stating it was a “personal intrusion into her sex life.” Her lawyers also expressed that the files were “extremely personal, confidential and subject to considerable abuse by the media”.
Judge Loretta Preska recently ordered that 80 documents or hundreds of pages would be made public.
During the court hearing at Manhattan’s federal court, Judge Loretta Preska ruled Maxwell’s right to privacy was outweighed by the need for the documents to become public. However, documents involving Maxwell’s deposition have not yet been released and are pending an appeal by lawyers for Maxwell.
The daughter of the media mogul Robert Maxwell is said to be, being moved around from cell to cell to prevent her assassination as Anewspost reported. Maxwell is being held at the Metropolitan Detention Center (MDC) in Brooklyn, New York, the same prison where Epstein was found dead in his cell hanging. 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.