Royals: Prince Andrew returns to the Epstein scandal 2

Royals: Prince Andrew returns to the Epstein scandal

Prince Andrew, by his own admission, knew nothing of Epstein's criminal behavior
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Prince Andrew (59) reiterated his allegations against him in the scandal of the abuse surrounding the billionaire deceased Jeffrey Epstein (1953-2019). The Duke of York has "never" seen or suspected criminal behavior, "he said in a statement, among other things the "BBC" information channel is present,

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At the same time, Prince Andrew wanted to clarify the facts regarding his "association or past friendship" with Epstein. By the time he knew Epstein, he had only "rarely" seen it, maybe not "more than once or twice a year," the statement said.

He did not know anything

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"I went to some of his properties and, in the limited time that I spent with him, I never saw or observed any behavior that eventually led to his arrest and conviction," he said. pursued Prince Andrew.

On August 10, 2019, the American billionaire alleged that sexual assailant Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in his prison cell in New York. According to the autopsy, he committed suicide. Epstein has been in detention since July 2019 because he allegedly sexually abused underage girls and forced them into prostitution for years.

What is Prince Andrew accused of?

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Prince Andrew, who met Epstein for the first time in 1999, was considered a friend of Epstein. the "Mail on Sunday" published a videoWhat Andrew would have shown in 2010, greeting a young woman from Epstein's house smiling. Prince Andrew is also in charge of a photo showing him with a young woman named Virginia Roberts. Roberts testified in a 2014 lawsuit against Jeffrey Epstein that in 2001, at the age of 17, she had three genders with the Queen's son.

It denies Prince Andrew vehemently. He has a deep compassion for the victims of Epstein. It also condemns any form of exploitation of a human being. "I would not tolerate, share, or encourage such behavior," the Duke of York said in his statement.

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