Prince Andrew's accuser Virginia Giuffre sends warning in Netflix series
Prince Andrew’s accuser Virginia Giuffre has warned Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged associates ‘you took our freedom, now we’re going to take yours’ in the new series about the convicted sex offender.
Netflix’s four-part series Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich will explore how disgraced financier Epstein used his wealth and power to carry out his abuse.
The documentary features first-hand accounts from a ‘sisterhood of survivors’, including several that are speaking out for the first time.
It will also look at Epstein’s ‘Gatsby-like’ existence and raises questions about how he died in jail in 2019, with one contributor asking in the trailer: ‘Did he kill himself? Was he killed?’
The first trailer talks of a ‘spiderweb of people’ involved with billionaire paedophile Epstein and includes the well-known image of Andrew with his arm around the waist of a young Virginia.
She then declares at the end of the trailer: ‘The monsters are still out there. You took our freedom, now we’re going to take yours.’
Virginia has claimed she was trafficked by Epstein and alleges Prine Andrew had sex with her on three separate occasions, including when she was 17, still a minor under US law.
Prince Andrew, who categorically denies he had any form of sexual contact or relationship with Ms Giuffre, stepped down from royal life last year after his disastrous Newsnight interview in which he failed to show remorse over his friendship with Epstein.
He has faced repeated calls to talk to the FBI and US prosecutors still investigating Epstein.
Also pictured in the trailer is former British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell. She was also a friend of Andrew’s and is believed to be in hiding.
She has been accused of procuring girls for Epstein, which she denies.
Before his death in August 2019, the millionaire was facing 45 years in prison after being accused of sex trafficking underage girls across his properties in New York and Florida in the early 2000s.
He had pleaded not guilty to charges and was being held without bail but a judge said he wouldn’t face trial before June 2020.
The businessman had been accused of arranging to have sex with girls as young as age 14 at his residences in Manhattan and Florida.
News of his death comes after unsealed US documents revealed the extent of his alleged abuse on young teenagers at his Palm Beach, New York, and the Virgin Islands homes.
Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich launches May 27 on Netflix.
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