Prince Andrew sex accuser to ‘expose truth in tell all Netflix show’ on Epstein
Prince Andrew sex accuser Virginia Roberts Guiffre has vowed to tell all about dead billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein in a Netflix documentary.
Epstein killed himself in a New York City prison while awaiting trial for sex trafficking.
One of his accusers, Virginia, claims the billionaire pimped her out as a sex slave and, on three occasions, was forced to have sex with the Duke of York.
Virginia alleges she first had sex with Andrew in March 2001, aged 17, after they dined and drank at Tramp nightclub in London.
Of the alleged encounter, she said she was "grossed out because Andrew was "sweating all over me… his sweat was like it was raining".
The Duke of York strenuously denies all claims made by Virginia and in a Newsnight interview with Emily Maitlis, he said: “I can categorically tell you it never happened.
"I have no recollection of ever meeting this lady – none whatsoever."
He also said he did not notice anything to suspect Epstein's criminal history when they were friends.
Andrew also said Virginia’s claims could not be true because he claimed he had a medical condition that meant he did not sweat.
He also argued sex could not have taken place, insisting he had been at a Pizza Express in Woking on the same day.
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Streaming giant Netflix said the series, called Filthy Rich, will air later this year.
On social media, Virginia said: "The Netflix team were wonderful to me and my husband.
"They’re looking to tell the world the truth of what went on behind closed doors. I hope the message reaches the voiceless and helps give them a voice."
The documentary makers have claimed the show will expose the "truth of what went on behind closed doors."
Filthy Rich will undoubtedly pile further pressure on Prince Andrew to meet FBI investigators probing Epstein.
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