A documentary aired on Monday on British television says the American tycoon accused of child sex trafficking Jeffrey Epstein and Prince Andrew of England held orgies on a private island with a group of nine young women.
Details are included in the episode "The Prince and the Pedophile" (The Prince and the Pedophile) which is part of the "Dispatches" program of the British channel Channel 4, which analyzes in depth the relationship between the member of the House Real and the billionaire, as reported by the NY Post.
It reveals the statements of one of the women who accuse Epstein of having abused her, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, which are collected in documents of the Florida courts of 2015, a state in which the deceased tycoon was already accused of sex trafficking
"The third time I had sex with Andy was in an orgy on the private island of Epstein in the Virgin Islands. I was about 18 at the time," says Giuffre.
"Epstein, Andy, about eight other young girls and I had sex. The other girls all seemed to be under 18 and didn't really speak English," he adds.
According to the NY Post, the "Disptaches" program has evidence that Prince Andrew and Epstein met at least 10 times in their 12 years of friendship on visits that sometimes extended for days.
He also notes that the relationship between the two was so close that Epstein had up to 13 different telephone numbers to be able to communicate with the member of the British Royal House.
The socialite Victoria Hervey also states in the documentary that Epstein perceived Prince Andrew as the biggest "trophy" in his sex trafficking network.
The documentary was aired two months after Epstein's lifeless body was found in a cell last August after what the New York authorities described as a hanging suicide.
Epstein was arrested on July 6 after landing in New Jersey on charges of child sex trafficking, charges similar to those he faced a decade ago in Florida and which drew a deal with the Prosecutor's Office.
The millionaire was locked without bail in a New York penitentiary awaiting trial.
Epstein attempted suicide apparently on July 23, something he finally accomplished in a second attempt on August 10.
Although the coroner confirmed suicide as a cause of death, the fact that he was not under surveillance after the first attempt generated multiple theories given the influential friendships of the millionaire, including Prince Andrew of England.
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