Lawyer Says "Too Much Evidence Against Prince Andrew" In Epstein Drama
As you may already know, Prince Andrew, who is the Duke of York and eighth in line to the throne has been accused of a number of sexual crimes by Jeffrey Epstein's accuser.
Virginia Roberts Giuffre, the woman seen below in a photo with Prince Andrew alleges that she was recruited as a child to be one of Epstein's sex slaves and was even forced to have sex with the Duke on three occasions when she was only 17 years old.
Are the allegations true?
Is it even plausible?
Well, here are a few things:
The Duke can't say that he didn't know Giuffre because he is seen in a photograph with her with his hand on her bare hip (old pervert alert).
Prince Andrew has admitted that he visited Epstein on multiple occasions and has stayed at many of his homes. Including the Manhattan mansion.
Virginia Roberts Giuffre's lawyer, David Boies told Sky News that he just needs to come clean because that would be the best way for Andrew to "advance his interests" if he "really has nothing to hide".
"Continuing to delay and obfuscate" is not in his interests, Mr Boies warned, adding that "this is not going away" because there is "too much evidence".
Mr Boies represents Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who has previously alleged in court papers in Florida that she had sex with Andrew "three times, including one orgy" at Epstein's home and on his private island in the Caribbean.
Speaking on Tuesday outside a court in New York, Ms. Roberts Giuffre said the prince "knows what he's done" and "I hope he comes clean about it".
Prince Andrew has previously strenuously denied her claim he had sex with her. (Sky News)
It is looking bad for Prince Andrew, it will be very interesting to see how all of this plays out in the end.