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Explosive Revelations Prince Andrew may have been filmed on Epstein’s Island as 'insurance'

The royal is accused of sexually abusing a 17-year-old on the private resorted dubbed 'Pedo Island'

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The Duke of York stepped down from public life following the fallout from his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein (PA)

The Duke of York stepped down from public life following the fallout from his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein (PA)

The Duke of York stepped down from public life following the fallout from his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein (PA)

Prince Andrew may have been filmed on Jeffery Epstein’s private island.

The explosive revelation is made in the trailer for an upcoming documentary about sexual assault that the shamed-royal allegedly committed against Virginia Giuffre when she was 17.

‘Spotlight: Sex, Lies & Audiotape’ is an upcoming documentary by News7 in Australia that shines light on an eye-witness account of Prince Andrew allegedly abusing a minor on Epstein’s island which has been dubbed “Peodophile Island.”

In the trailer for the programme, the Prince’s cousin Chrstina Oxenberg is asked “do you think it’s possible that there are videos of Prince Andrew that Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell took for their own insurance?”.

“She said ‘we have everyone on tape – audio and video’,” she said, referring to Ghislaine.

Audio of Steve Scully, who previously worked as a telecoms specialist for Jeffery Epsteisn, hears him claim that he witnessed the royal sexually assault Virginia.

“He removed her bathing suit top and then started grinding against her and grabbing her ass,” he said in audio.

“They were kissing as well. Virginia was standing there, she kinda looked like she was like a deer caught in the headlights of the car.”

Back in August it was revealed that the now 38-year-old Virgina Giuffre is suing the Duke of York over allegations that he abused her at Jeffery Epstein’s home in Manhattan, on his private island in the Caribbean at Ghislaine Maxwell’s home in London.

Prince Andrew, who is the Queen of England’s third child has firmly denied the allegations.

In a 2019 BBC Newsnight interview he denied knowing Virginia, or ever meeting her, despite a photograph circulating of the pair posing together with Ghislaine Maxwell in the background.

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Prince Andrew with 17-year-old Virginia Roberts, centre, and Ghislaine Maxwell in 2001

Prince Andrew with 17-year-old Virginia Roberts, centre, and Ghislaine Maxwell in 2001

Prince Andrew with 17-year-old Virginia Roberts, centre, and Ghislaine Maxwell in 2001

The 61-year-old is the only defendant named in the lawsuit, although Epstein and Maxwell are mentioned throughout the documents.

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It is the first time Andrew will face a lawsuit over the case since the allegations became public in a 2014 court filing that alleged he participated in “sexual activity with a minor.” The minor was later revealed to be Giuffre, who went by her maiden name Roberts at the time.

It comes as Ghislane Maxwell, who is currently in prison awaiting trial, has been denied bail once again.

Yesterday in court, the 55-year-old lost her bid to exclude a psychologist from testifying at her upcoming trial. Prosecutors plan to call the psychologist, Lisa Rocchio has studied the "grooming" of sexual crimes victims as a witness.

During the hearing on Wednesday, Rocchio said that adolescents were more likely to disclose sexual abuse later in life, and said that false allegations of sexual abuse can occur, but that they represent a "very small minority" of accusations.

It comes as her lawyers revealed that Maxwell intends to question the credibility of witnesses as part of her defence. They plan to call their own witnesses, who they say will say that there is no scientific evidence that Ghislane committed “grooming by proxy".

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Ghislaine Maxwell in 2000 (PA)

Ghislaine Maxwell in 2000 (PA)

Ghislaine Maxwell in 2000 (PA)

The British socialite was arrested by FBI in July 2020 on multiple criminal charges accused of aiding former boyfriend Epstein in trafficking and sexually abusing young women and girls. She has pleaded not guilty to all charges with her trial set to begin on November 29th.

Former boyfriend, Jeffrey Epstein died in prison in August 2019. The disgraced financier was arrested and charged with sex trafficking the previous month and was being held in a New York prison awaiting trial. Ten days after his death, Judge Berman dismissed the charges and closed the case.

Spotlight: Sex, Lies & Audiotape airs on News7 in Australia on Sunday.

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