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UK News Prince Andrew speaks publicly about his relationship with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein for the first time in a 'no holds barred, no questions vetted' Buckingham Palace interview with the BBC's Emily Maitlis

16:05  15 november  2019
16:05  15 november  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

Prince Andrew's attempts to defend his reputation branded 'disastrous'

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Prince Andrew has agreed to speak publicly about his friendship with the paedophile Jeffrey Epstein for the first time , in a “ no holds barred ” interview with the BBC ’ s The prince has been the subject of fierce speculation over his relationship with the financier, who was found dead in his

He spoke to BBC Newsnight' s Emily Maitlis in a interview recorded at Buckingham Palace on Thursday. Maitlis said it was a " no holds barred Buckingham Palace has issued strong denials of all allegations against the duke. In 2015 a statement said that "any suggestion of impropriety with

  Prince Andrew speaks publicly about his relationship with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein for the first time in a 'no holds barred, no questions vetted' Buckingham Palace interview with the BBC's Emily Maitlis © Getty Prince Andrew has broken his silence on his controversial friendship with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein in a prime time BBC special to be shown tomorrow night.

The Duke of York was interviewed by Newsnight's Emily Maitlis at Buckingham Palace last night and the show: 'Prince Andrew & the Epstein Scandal' will be broadcast on BBC 2 at 9pm on Saturday.

The BBC has not released any details about what was said, but Ms Maitlis said it was a 'no holds barred interview - no questions vetted'.

It is the first time he has been grilled on his friendship with the American sexual abuser found dead in his New York prison cell three months ago.

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The Duke of York, Prince Andrew , has sat down with the BBC to speak out on his alleged The one -on- one with Newsnight' s Emily Maitlis for the special “ Prince Andrew & the Epstein Scandal” is set According to the interviewer, their talk was a “ no holds barred interview ” with “ no questions

Prince Andrew was interviewed by Emily at Buckingham Palace on Thursday night and the show: ' Prince Emily has called it a " no holds barred interview " and claims no questions were vetted by the Queen' s son or This is the first time the Duke will discuss his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein .

He was also asked about allegations made by Virginia Roberts that she was flown to London on Epstein's private jet, nicknamed the 'Lolita Express', for sex with him

a group of people sitting at a table: The Duke of York has been interviewed by Newsnight's Emily Maitlis at Buckingham Palace and will be broadcast on BBC 2 at 9pm on Saturday. © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Duke of York has been interviewed by Newsnight's Emily Maitlis at Buckingham Palace and will be broadcast on BBC 2 at 9pm on Saturday. Some critics said today that instead of talking to the BBC - Andrew should be helping the police with their inquiries into Epstein's crimes.

Prince Andrew, Duke of York, Jeffrey Epstein are posing for a picture: Prince Andrew is pictured with Epstein in Central Park in New York in February 2011. The Duke  has been dragged deeper into the Epstein scandal following his apparent suicide in a New York jail © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Prince Andrew is pictured with Epstein in Central Park in New York in February 2011. The Duke  has been dragged deeper into the Epstein scandal following his apparent suicide in a New York jail

The Duke of York was rocked by Jeffrey Epstein's unexpected death in a New York prison in August - with questions raised about whether it was suicide or murder.

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Prince Andrew is speaking out for the first time about his former ties to disgraced money manager Jeffrey Epstein in a “ no holds barred interview ” set to air this weekend. The Duke of York, 59, spoke to Emily Maitlis of BBC Newsnight in an interview recorded at Buckingham Palace Thursday and

about his relationship with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein for the first time in a Buckingham Palace interview with the BBC ' s Emily Maitlis . Prince Andrew is finally going to break his silence on his friendship with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein in a BBC special to be broadcast tomorrow night.

a woman smiling for the camera: Virginia Roberts as coerced by paedophile US businessman Jeffrey Epstein, a friend of the Duke, into having sex with Andrew on three occasions © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Virginia Roberts as coerced by paedophile US businessman Jeffrey Epstein, a friend of the Duke, into having sex with Andrew on three occasions And in the chaos that followed, Victoria Roberts Giuffre appeared on American television repeating her allegations against the Duke of York.

The 36-year-old alleges she was coerced by paedophile US businessman Jeffrey Epstein, a friend of the Duke, into having sex with Andrew on three occasions.

Miss Giufre said that Andrew was a ‘participant’, adding that even though the duke may deny it ‘he knows the truth and I know the truth’.

She said: 'I know their faces and I know what they've done to me.'

Miss Giuffre claimed that she once had sex with the prince in a bathroom — and that he had said ‘thank you’ afterwards.

The 35-year-old was a teenager when she appeared in a now notorious photograph with Andrew’s arm around her waist, alongside Epstein’s friend, the British socialite and daughter of Robert Maxwell, Ghislaine Maxwell, now 57.

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Prince Andrew has been interviewed about accusations that he engaged in an orgy with underage girls Duke of York has never spoken publicly about relationship with billionaire. Jeffrey Epstein is whisked away from the Palm Beach County jail in a black car shortly after 6am on 22 July 2009.

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She also alleged that beforehand she was told by Miss Maxwell: ‘I want you to do for him what you do for [Jeffrey] Epstein.’

Prince Andrew, Duke of York that is standing in the grass: Prince Andrew is dogged by his links to Jeffrey Epstein, a billionaire paedophile accused of enslaving young girls and forcing them to have sex with his friends © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Prince Andrew is dogged by his links to Jeffrey Epstein, a billionaire paedophile accused of enslaving young girls and forcing them to have sex with his friends The prince has always denied any inappropriate behaviour or being aware of any such behaviour from Epstein, and in 2015 her allegations about Andrew were thrown out by a US judge who ordered them struck out as ‘immaterial and impertinent’.

Jeffrey Epstein smiling for the camera: Jeffrey Epstein faced claims from 30 women about his conduct © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Jeffrey Epstein faced claims from 30 women about his conduct

She repeated her claim that she was loaned out to Andrew for sex in March 2001 when she was 17 after Epstein flew her to the London townhouse owned by Miss Maxwell.

At the time, Miss Roberts had been in Epstein’s orbit for months and was being paid to have sex with him at his command. She claimed in court documents that she was loaned out to his friends.

Prince Andrew, Duke of York, Ghislaine Maxwell are posing for a picture: Virginia Roberts photographed with Prince Andrew and Ghislaine Maxwell in early 2001. Maxwell has been accused of being Epstein's pimp © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Virginia Roberts photographed with Prince Andrew and Ghislaine Maxwell in early 2001. Maxwell has been accused of being Epstein's pimp Now a 36-year-old married mother-of-three she said: ‘That first time in London I was so young. Ghislaine woke me up in the morning and said you’re going to meet a prince today. I didn’t know at that point I was going to be trafficked to that prince.

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‘That night Prince Andrew came to her house and we went out to Club Tramp. Prince Andrew got me alcohol, it was in the VIP section, I’m pretty sure it was vodka. Prince Andrew was like let’s dance together, I was like OK.

‘We leave Club Tramp and Ghislaine said he’s coming back to the house and I want you to do for him what you do for Epstein. I couldn’t believe it’. Miss Roberts, who wiped away tears during the interview, said that after sex in the bathroom ‘he wasn’t rude or anything, he said thank you and some kind of soft sentiments like that and left’.

She said: ‘I just couldn’t believe it, I couldn’t believe that even royalty were involved.’ Miss Roberts has also claimed that Andrew had sex with her in New York and on Epstein’s private island in the Carribean. She said: ‘He denies that it ever happened but he knows the truth and I know the truth’.

Prince Andrew has strenuously denied the allegations of 'impropriety with underage minors' as 'categorically untrue' and the allegations naming him were struck out of the earlier proceedings.

Miss Maxwell also denies any wrongdoing.

Asked if the Duke of York would respond to the news of his former friend's death, a Buckingham Palace spokesman said recently: 'This relates to proceedings in the United States, to which The Duke of York is not a party.

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'Any suggestion of impropriety with underage minors is categorically untrue.'

a group of people on a boat: FBI agents were seen raiding Jeffrey Epstein's US Virgin Island Little St James in August - it earned the nickname 'paedo island' © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited FBI agents were seen raiding Jeffrey Epstein's US Virgin Island Little St James in August - it earned the nickname 'paedo island'

Mark Epstein fears that he and his children will be murdered like he claims his brother Jeffrey was after 'sham suicide probe'

A defiant Mark Epstein is lashing out at federal officials in the wake of his brother Jeffrey's death.

In a rare interview with Julie Brown of the Miami Herald, Mark says that the investigation into his brother's suicide was both incomplete and inconclusive, making it impossible to determine his cause of death.

Mark also reveals that even he has seen no evidence to support the New York City Medical Examiner's conclusion that his brother committed suicide, and cannot think of a single reason why the pedophile would have taken his own life.

He now says that he fears he or his family members could be targeted by the same individuals who may have wanted Jeffrey dead, and implores those who so quickly labeled the death a suicide to take another look at the case.

'It’s all very suspicious, too much to be a coincidence,' says Mark.

a man and a woman walking down a street: Murder he wrote: Mark Epstein (above in August) says that his life and the life of his family members could be at risk in an interview with Julie Brown for the Miami Herald © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Murder he wrote: Mark Epstein (above in August) says that his life and the life of his family members could be at risk in an interview with Julie Brown for the Miami Herald

In the interview, Mark makes it clear that he cannot accept the idea that his brother would want to take his own life.

'I could see if he got a life sentence, I could then see him taking himself out, but he had a bail hearing coming up,' explains Mark.

He later goes into more detail, arguing: 'He had a bail hearing in two days. He agreed to be on house arrest. He was going to hire armed guards to keep an eye on him at his own expense.'

Mark then adds: 'He was the most recognizable person on the planet. Where is he going to run and hide?'

At the same time, it is unclear how he would be able to make that determination given his own description of the relationship he had with Jeffrey prior to his death.

'Jeffrey and I were not that close, we shared brother stuff, but I was not involved in what he was doing,' reveals Mark.

'When he first got in trouble he called me. We were very straight with each other. I wasn’t going to lecture him.'

Three months after his death, officials have still not released any details at all about the case.

This has left Mark concerned that he and his children could suffer a fate similar to Jeffrey's at the hands of a person or persons that officials have no interest in trying to identify.

'Jeffrey knew a lot of stuff about a lot of people,' notes Mark.


Prince Andrew spotted for first time after being forced to quit public life over Jeffrey Epstein scandal .
The Duke of York was pictured leaving his Windsor home after the Queen effectively sacked him following his 'car crash' BBC interview. The was effectively sacked by his mother The Queen after facing a grilling on BBC Newsnight about his paedophile pal and claims he slept with a 17-year-old trafficking victim.

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