According to recent leaks, a picture of Prince Andrew was found in one of pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s mansions in Palm Beach, Florida, which could further compromise his situation as it adds to the evidence showing his friendship and trust with the late billionaire.
As reported by The Sun, the framed photograph shows Andrew apparently in military uniform in his youth next to a portrait of billionaire pedophile Epstein.
The former Florida mansion where the discovery was made is one of Epstein’s ‘dens’ where repeated sexual abuse of teenagers was reported.
The Duke of York, 61, had previously denied making recurring visits to Epstein’s Florida home, despite former housekeeper Juan Alessi’s claim that Andrew spent “weeks at a time” at the property when she worked there.
The photograph displayed as a sort of ‘trophy’ at Epstein’s mansion is exceptionally damaging to Prince Andrew, as it shows Jeffrey’s great respect for his friendship and closeness to members of the royal family.
One of Epstein’s victims, Virginia Giuffre, also accused Prince Andrew of abusing her at a mansion of the late financier located in Manhattan, New York, Fox News reported in August 2021.
“Today my attorney filed suit against Prince Andrew for sexual abuse under the Child Victims Act,” Giuffre said in a statement.
She added: “As the suit lays out in detail, I was trafficked to him and sexually abused by him.” Giuffre, at the time, was under the age of 18, according to the case filed on Aug. 9.
Giuffre demanded that the prince be held accountable for the abuses while motivating other victims to speak out.
“I am holding Prince Andrew accountable for what he did to me. The powerful and rich are not exempt from being held responsible for their actions,” she continued. “I hope that other victims will see that it is possible not to live in silence and fear, but to reclaim one’s life by speaking out and demanding justice.”
Following repeated denials from the Royal Household about Giuffre’s allegations, Giuffre commented that she had thought long and hard before filing the official complaint against the Duke of York for the crime, given that she knows there will be intense pressures on her and her family.
Giuffre’s fears are not unfounded. Suffice it to recall that the leader of the pedophile ring, Epstein, died in prison while awaiting trial under highly suspicious circumstances.
Although Epstein’s death was ruled a suicide, then-Attorney General William Barr said investigators found “serious irregularities” in the jail where he perished.
Epstein had been convicted of running a child sex trafficking ring. In the last case before his death, he was linked to rich, powerful, and famous people, including former President Bill Clinton, billionaire Bill Gates and Prince Andrew of the United Kingdom, among others.