Virginia Roberts, victim of sexual abuse and human trafficking by pedophile millionaire Jeffrey Epstein and her friend and alleged ‘pimp’ Ghislane Maxwell, warned on Twitter, “I’m not suicidal.”

“I am making it publicly known that in no way, shape or form am I suicidal,” Roberts wrote on Dec. 11.

“If something happens to me—for the sake of my family do not let this go away and help me to protect them. Too many evil people want to see me quieted,” she said.

Roberts published the chilling message after giving an interview to the BBC accusing Prince Andrew, the Queen of England’s third child, of belonging to Epstein’s elite pedophile network.

In an emotional interview, Roberts, whose married name is Virginia Giuffre, explained that as a minor, Ghislane Maxwell, organized up to three sexual encounters between her and the Duke of York in London, New York and the Caribbean, reported The Sun.

“I implore the people in the UK to stand up beside me, to help me fight this fight, to not accept this as being OK,” Roberts said.

“This is not some sordid sex story. This is a story of being trafficked. This is a story of abuse and this is a story of your guys’ royalty,” she emphasized.

Buckingham Palace said the Duke “unequivocally regrets his ill-judged association with Jeffrey Epstein” and “deeply sympathizes with those affected who want some form of closure.”

The palace said, “It is emphatically denied that the Duke of York had any form of sexual contact or relationship with Virginia Roberts. Any claim to the contrary is false and without foundation.”

Murders and suicides

 Roberts’s tweet responded to that of another user who explained that the FBI would try to kill her “to protect the ultra-rich and well-connected,” and came weeks after a prominent pathologist announced that the causes of Epstein’s death might not conform to the official version.

Dr. Michael Baden determined that Epstein’s body showed telltale signs of homicide, even though New York City coroner Barbara Sampson ruled that he committed suicide by hanging himself.

“It appears that this could have been a mistake,” Baden said. “There’s evidence here of homicide that should be investigated, to see if it is or isn’t homicide,” he added in an interview with Fox News.

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), also lamented how Epstein died “before he had a chance to testify about his crimes, about his wrongdoings and about the other powerful men who were complicit in that sexual abuse.”

“That was a moment that shocked this country,” Cruz said.

“There were powerful men who wanted Jeffrey Epstein silenced,” he said after Federal Bureau of Prisons Director Kathleen Hawk Sawyer admitted that the FBI was investigating the possibility that Epstein’s death was a crime.