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US NewsFrench prosecutors could summon Prince Andrew to Paris to help with probe into Jeffrey Epstein rape claims

08:25  25 august  2019
08:25  25 august  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Prince Andrew was snapped strolling through a New York park with Epstein in 2011, after the Mr Boies also said Prince Andrew would "almost certainly" refuse to speak to US prosecutors about Epstein - who used to socialise with the likes of Prince Andrew , the Clintons and Donald Trump

French prosecutors could summon Prince Andrew to Paris to help with probe into Jeffrey Epstein rape claims . It is unclear how she came to be in Epstein 's circle. In 2010 she found herself in trouble with the law after New York prosecutors accused her of forging a prescription for opiods

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The Duke of York could be summoned to Paris to help French prosecutors investigating suspected rape and sexual abuse by Jeffrey Epstein.

The American financier and convicted sex offender owned a luxury apartment – which featured photographs of naked young women on its walls – on the French capital's most exclusive street.

French prosecutors could summon Prince Andrew to Paris to help with probe into Jeffrey Epstein rape claims © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Prince Andrew is once again in the spotlight over his close friendship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein

The Mail on Sunday understands that US authorities have begun sharing information with France's judicial police, who will examine claims that two 12-year-old girls were abused after being flown from France to the US as a 'birthday present' for Epstein.

Epstein questions await Andrew as he holidays with ex-wife in Spain

Epstein questions await Andrew as he holidays with ex-wife in Spain While the unanswered questions keep coming about Prince Andrew's relationship with Jeffrey Epstein, the Duke of York has been taking time out among Europe's moneyed elite with his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson in Sotogrande. © Getty The former couple flew to Spain last week. File pic According to locals, the pair are regulars in this part of southern Spain and Sarah is a familiar face at the Santa Maria polo club. Jon Clarke, who has lived here for almost two decades, says the former Duchess of York has been here 11 or 12 times and often hands out the winners' medals at the annual summer polo tournament.

French prosecutors said Friday they had opened an inquiry into the suspected rape and sexual abuse of minors linked It will also investigate claims Epstein and others participated for years in a vast child sex He had been arrested five weeks earlier after flying back to the United States after a trip to Paris .

French prosecutors have opened an investigation into suspected cases of rape of minors and other charges by the late convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein , they announced on Friday. "The investigations will focus on potential crimes committed against French victims on national territory

Remy Heitz, Paris's chief prosecutor, said the inquiry will focus on 'potential crimes committed on national territory as well as abroad'.

French prosecutors could summon Prince Andrew to Paris to help with probe into Jeffrey Epstein rape claims © 2019 Getty Images NEW YORK, NY - JULY 08: US Attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey Berman announces charges against Jeffery Epstein on July 8, 2019 in New York City. Epstein will be charged with one count of sex trafficking of minors and one count of conspiracy to engage in sex trafficking of minors. (Photo by Stephanie Keith/Getty Images)

It is not known if the Duke – who has always denied any wrongdoing – ever visited Epstein in Paris.

A source close to the investigation said: 'The nature of the inquiry allows anyone who might have useful information to be called to give evidence. They can do this as a witness, without initially facing criminal action. Prince Andrew would certainly be an obvious person to assist with this.'

'Last act of manipulation': Epstein put assets in secret trust before death

'Last act of manipulation': Epstein put assets in secret trust before death The will Jeffrey Epstein signed two days before he killed himself in his New York prison cell put more than $577m (£476m) of his assets into a secret trust fund, it has emerged. The discovery of the newly created 1953 Trust, named after the year of his birth, has led some to question whether he did it to keep the money from the many women who claim he sexually abused them when they were teenagers. Court papers filed last week in the US Virgin Islands list no details of beneficiaries, but that does not mean none exist. His only known relative is his brother, Mark Epstein.

On Friday Paris prosecutors launched a probe for " rape " and "sexual assault". Epstein was a fund manager with a vast fortune and properties around the world. He was also well-connected and had socialised with - among others - Britain's Prince Andrew and US Presidents Donald Trump and Bill

France has opened an investigation into rape and child assault accusations against the disgraced US financier Jeffrey Epstein , the Paris public prosecutor 's The late billionaire paedophile is known to have owned an apartment in Paris , and it is suspected that some of his alleged crimes took place there.

Gallery: Epstein's network: Who's who in his circle (USA Today)

Epstein bought an apartment on Avenue Foch close to the Arc de Triomphe in 2002 and neighbours said yesterday that they occasionally saw him smuggling 'teenage' girls into the building through a side entrance.

'He appeared quite furtive,' said one. 'A lot of people around here knew he had this thing about young girls.'

A builder who did some work at the apartment described 'a corridor with several pictures of naked young women'.

French prosecutors could summon Prince Andrew to Paris to help with probe into Jeffrey Epstein rape claims © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Duke of York could be summoned to Paris to help French prosecutors investigating suspected rape and sexual abuse by Jeffrey Epstein. It is not known if the Duke ever visited Epstein at his Paris apartment (pictured)

Epstein is reported to have been on 11 trips to Paris in the year before he killed himself in his New York prison cell on August 10 while awaiting trial on child sex trafficking charges.

Innocence in Danger, the French advocacy group for abuse victims, claimed last week that about ten women had provided it with testimony linked to Epstein.

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Criminal Case Against Alleged Child Sex Trafficker Jeffrey Epstein Dismissed.
A judge formally ended the criminal case on Thursday, but not without a final tribute to the women who spoke out against the alleged sex trafficker. U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman took the procedural step of adding his initials to an order dismissing the indictment that charged the 66-year-old Epstein with conspiracy to commit sex trafficking of minors and sex trafficking of minors in the early 2000s in Florida and New York. © Provided by CBS Local, a division of CBS Radio Inc In requesting the action 10 days earlier, U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S.

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