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‘NUMEROUS GIRLS’: Prince Andrew’s alleged ‘underage orgy’ exposed

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January 4, 2024 at 09:29

Newly released bombshell files claim that Prince Andrew allegedly had an “underage orgy” while staying on Jeffrey Epstein’s private island.

Prince Andrew allegedly had an “underage orgy” while staying on Epstein’s private island, bombshell leaked court documents claim.

An unnamed woman called “Jane Doe” in the newly released files was allegedly “forced” by convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein to “have sexual relations with this Prince” and to “give the Prince whatever he demanded”.

The order for the explosive documents to be released was given by New York judge Loretta Preska in relation to the 2015 defamation case brought by Virginia Roberts Giuffre against Ghislaine Maxwell, The Sun reported.
 

Prince Andrew with Virginia Giuffre. Picture: Handout / US District Court – Southern District of New York / AFP
Prince Andrew with Virginia Giuffre. Picture: Handout / US District Court – Southern District of New York / AFP
 

Prince Andrew, Bill Clinton, Michael Jackson, Stephen Hawking and Donald Trump are among the high-profile figures named in the documents, which include previous testimony by Maxwell.

Johanna Sjoberg, who claimed Andrew groped her breast, also said that Epstein told her former president Clinton “likes them young” when talking about girls.

A 2014 court filing listed on page 129 of the unsealed documents alleges that Maxwell “facilitated Prince Andrew’s acts of sexual abuse by acting as a ‘madame’ for Epstein”.

It goes on to claim that Jane Doe 3 was kept as a sex slave by Epstein and was “forced to have sexual relations with this Prince when she was a minor in three separate geographical locations”.

The alleged incidents happened “in London (at Ghislaine Maxwell’s apartment), in New York, and on Epstein’s private island in the US Virgin Islands (in an orgy with numerous other under-aged girls).”

The unsealed docs claim Epstein told Jane Doe 3 to “give the Prince whatever he demanded”.

He also allegedly “required Jane Doe #3 to report back to him on the details of the sexual abuse”.

Jane Doe 3, according to the filing, was trafficked to “foreign presidents, a well-known prime minister, and other world leaders”.
 

Prince Andrew has denied all allegations. Picture: Adrian DENNIS / AFP
Prince Andrew has denied all allegations. Picture: Adrian DENNIS / AFP


In a transcript of her deposition, Maxwell claims Andrew only ever visited Epstein’s private island, Little St James, once.

She added that no girls were present during the prince’s visit – only female staff.

The documents quoting Maxwell read: “There were no girls on the island at all. No girls, no women, other than the staff who work at the house.

“Girls meaning, I assume you are asking underage, but there was nobody female outside of the cooks and the cleaners.”

And she denied ever “at any time, at any place, in any moment ever asked Virginia Roberts or whatever she is called now to have sex with anybody.”

Andrew has always denied any wrongdoing and told the BBC in 2019 that he had never met Virginia Giuffre.

Maxwell also said under oath that she “did not recall” being in London with Giuffre (then Roberts) and Andrew – despite photographs showing the three together.

The documents also revealed that Epstein told Maxwell she could offer money to Giuffre’s friends if they were to “help prove” the accusations “were false”.

In one 2015 email, Epstein appears to say that Giuffre had claimed scientist Stephen Hawking had taken part in an “underage orgy”.

His email reads: “You can issue a reward to any of Virginia’s friends, acquaints, family that come forward and help prove her allegations are false.

“The strongest is the Clinton dinner, and the new version in the Virgin Islands that Stephen Hawking participated in an underage orgy.”

David Copperfield, Kevin Spacey and Leonardo DiCaprio are among the famous names to appear in the court documents.
 

Melania Trump, Prince Andrew, Gwendolyn Beck and Jeffrey Epstein at a party at the Mar-a-Lago club, Palm Beach, Florida, February 12, 2000. Picture: Davidoff Studios/Getty Images
Melania Trump, Prince Andrew, Gwendolyn Beck and Jeffrey Epstein at a party at the Mar-a-Lago club, Palm Beach, Florida, February 12, 2000. Picture: Davidoff Studios/Getty Images


They are also expected to include people with close ties to Epstein such as Microsoft founder Bill Gates and former Israeli PM Ehud Barak.

Of more than 100 names in the new files, which will include emails, legal documents, depositions and more, there is no suggestion that any of those named are accused of any wrongdoing.

All of the unsealed legal information comes from the 2015 civil lawsuit filed by Giuffre against Maxwell for defamation.

It came after Maxwell’s spokesperson described Giuffre’s allegations against her and Epstein as “obvious lies”.

Giuffre later launched a legal battle against Prince Andrew in 2021, accusing him of sexually abusing her at Epstein’s mansion and raping her when she was 17.

She also alleged in court documents she was recruited by Maxwell, 61, as a teenage “sex slave” for Epstein.

Wednesday’s unsealed pages also showed transcripts where Guiffre claims she was forced to have sex with another mystery prince.

In one email from Maxwell released in this most recent set of documents, she expresses concern to her lawyers and says she is “out of her depth”.

“Statements that don’t address all just lead to more questions. What is my relationship to Clinton? Andrew? On and on,” she writes.

In another round of her deposition, Maxwell denied Clinton ever visited the infamous island but she said he did have a meal on Epstein’s plane.

She said “the allegation that Clinton had a meal on Jeffrey’s island is 100 percent false” before adding “I’m sure he had a meal on Jeffrey’s plane.”
 

Jeffrey Epstein died by suicide while in jail back in 2019: Picture: HO / New York State Sex Offender Registry / AFP
Jeffrey Epstein died by suicide while in jail back in 2019: Picture: HO / New York State Sex Offender Registry / AFP


Johanna Sjoberg, 42, claims that in March 2001, when she was 21, Andrew groped her breast at Epstein’s New York mansion while playing with a Spitting Image puppet of himself.

In transcript of her witness testimony released on Wednesday, Sjoberg discusses her ordeal and observations about Virginia Guiffre’s age also during a New York trip with Epstein.

Meanwhile, Guiffre claimed in her suit against Andrew in 2021 that he had raped her at Epstein’s New York mansion when she was 17.

Sjoberg said Maxwell asked her to join her, Epstein, Prince Andrew and Guiffre in the living room of Epstein’s home when she arrived.

Maxwell allegedly later asked Sjoberg to follow her to a closet, where she “grabbed the puppet, the puppet of Prince Andrew”.

Sjoberg’s transcript goes on: “And we went down — back down to the

living room, and she brought it in.

“It was just funny because — he thought it was funny because it was him.

“I just remember someone suggesting a photo, and they told us to go get on the couch.

“And so Andrew and Virginia sat on the couch, and they put the puppet, the puppet on her lap.

“And so then I sat on Andrew’s lap, and I believe on my own volition, and they took the puppet’s hands and put it on Virginia’s breast, and so Andrew put his on mine.”
 

Johanna Sjoberg has spoken out about what she claims happened to her. Picture: Tim Stewart
Johanna Sjoberg has spoken out about what she claims happened to her. Picture: Tim Stewart


In the documents unsealed on Wednesday, Sjoberg is further quoted as saying that she believed Guiffre was just 17 during a 2001 trip to Epstein’s mansion in New York.

In transcript of her witness testimony, Sjoberg said she knew Guiffre was underage then because she could not get into a casino.

The group had reportedly been redirected to Atlantic City before landing in New York, when Epstein, according to Sjobert’s testimony, had said he’d get in touch with Donald Trump.

Sjoberg is quoted as saying: “Jeffrey said, Great, we’ll call up Trump and we’ll go to — I don’t recall the name of the casino, but — we’ll go to the casino.

She went on: “All I knew is that she was not going to be allowed to gamble, and so I spent time with her.

“Because either she didn’t have an ID or she was too young.”

Describing Guiffre, Sjoberg apparently dubbed her as “orphan-like”.

“At the time I had the impression that she did

not have a family or she had walked away from her family.

“And it seemed to me, you know, they had just sort of adopted her, not as a child, but they would take care of her,” Sjoberg said during testimony.

In the transcript of her witness testimony, Sjoberg was asked if she ever met anyone famous while with Epstein.
 

The identities of up to 177 Jeffrey Epstein associates will be published from today. Picture: Supplied
The identities of up to 177 Jeffrey Epstein associates will be published from today. Picture: Supplied


She said she met Michael Jackson at Epstein’s house in Palm Beach – but insisted their relationship was not sexual.

Names of Epstein and Maxwell’s victims, associates and alleged co-conspirators will continue to be made public as part of the document dump, according to Preska’s order.

Only Epstein and Maxwell have been charged over the alleged sexual abuse of dozens of young girls in his Upper East Side townhouse and his waterfront mansion in Palm Beach, Florida, between 2002 and 2005.

Giuffre’s defamation lawsuit in 2015 was settled – but some of those involved in the trial were identified in the ruling through links to interviews they had previously given.

Judge Preska cited this as a reason for why their identities should not remain sealed.

She ruled there was no legal justification for continuing to conceal the names of more than 150 “John and Jane Does” mentioned in the court filings relating to Epstein.

Media sued to have the documents made public and they have been released on a rolling basis since 2019.

Wednesday’s unsealing was the eighth release from the 2015 defamation case.

Giuffre sued Prince Andrew in 2021 for battery and infliction of emotional distress.

They settled in February 2022 for a reported £10 million, though he has always denied the allegations against him and claimed he could not recall ever meeting Giuffre.

This article originally appeared in The Sun and was republished here with permission.

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