A new piece of evidence against Prince Andrew has resurfaced and could potentially prove that the Duke of York was indeed present on late Jeffrey Epstein‘s private island, Little Saint Jones and that he had an intimate relationship with minors.
Over the course of the last months, Prince Andrew has vigorously denied ever taking advantage of underage girls, but his statements were contradicted by a woman named Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who has maintained that the son of Queen Elizabeth II had intercourse with her against her will.
According to Roberts, the Duke of York slept with her on three occasions, and the first time happened when she was just a 17-year-old girl.
In addition, according to the lawyer of Roberts, David Boies, new footage was unearthed that allegedly showed Prince Andrew partying with the disgraced businessmen on his property.
Boies also has stated it was a well-known fact that Epstein had security cameras installed all over his numerous residences and “exceptionally large quantities of tapes.”
Boies revealed: “We know there were cameras throughout the New York mansion and in Epstein’s other properties. We were a multitude of cameras and exceptionally large quantities of tapes.”
The news about the new evidence against the second son of the Queen was brought right after a witness under the alias William Steel opened up in a revealing conversation about Epstein’s accomplice, Ghislaine Maxwell, with The Sun and described her as a “nymphomaniac” with unusual sexual preferences and claimed that he saw video clips of “very powerful people – celebrities, world figures” that were “having sx, thresomes, even o*gies with minors.”
Steel explained that Epstein and Maxwell showed him the incriminating footage because they wanted to prove that they have influence over the powerful people they “owned.”
The Duke of York, who has always denied the claims, has become a PR nightmare for the royal family. He announced in late 2019 that after speaking to his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, he was resigning from all his public duties.
He stated: “I continued to unequivocally regret my ill-judged association with Jeffrey Epstein. His suicide has left many unanswered questions, particularly for his victims, and I deeply sympathize with everyone who has been affected and wants some form of closure. I can only hope that, in time, they will be able to rebuild their lives. Of course, I am willing to help any appropriate law enforcement agency with their investigations, if required.”
After his statement and BBC interview, many are very upset that the prince decided to defend his friendship with Epstein and declined to show support for the victims.