Key witnesses at Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial claim Virginia Giuffre told her she went to bed with Prince Andrew, the report says

Prince Andrew and Virginia Giuffre (L), Carolyn Andriano sketch (R)

Prince Andrew and Virginia Giuffre (L), sketch in the courtroom by Carolyn Andriano at the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell (R).Florida Southern District Court (L), Jane Rosenberg / Reuters (R)

  • Epstein prosecutor Carolyn Andriano claimed that Virginia Giuffre told her she slept with Prince Andrew in 2001.

  • Giuffre is suing the British Royal Family for sexually abusing her when she was 17.

  • Andrianos is the first independent account of Giuffre, who previously discussed his meeting with Prince Andrew.

Virginia Giuffre told another Jeffrey Epstein prosecutor that she slept with Prince Andrew when she was a minor, a report says.

Carolyn Andriano, a key witness in Epstein’s associate Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial, waived her right to anonymity and told The Daily Mail about her conversation with Giuffre.

Giuffre sued Prince Andrew in August last year, accusing the British royal of sexually abusing her when she was 17. The prince vehemently denies the allegations.

Andriano told the newspaper that Giuffre texted her in March 2001 to say she was going to dinner with Prince Andrew, Maxwell and Epstein in London.

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In Florida, Andriano claims that Giuffre showed the now infamous photograph with the prince and said she had sex with him, the newspaper reports.

“I asked her if she had been to the palace. And she said, ‘I have to sleep with him,'” Andriano told the newspaper.

“I said, ‘What? You’re fucking with me,’ and she said, ‘No, I have to sleep with him.’ “She did not seem upset. She thought it was pretty cool,” Andriano said.

Andriano said Giuffre seemed excited to meet Prince Andrew because he was famous.

“Virginia just could not believe it. Maxwell had told her she had a surprise for her and I guess the surprise was Prince Andrew. She was thrilled. I think when you meet someone so famous, I would have also been thrilled., “Andriano told The Daily Mail.

Carolyn Andriano told The Daily Mail that Giuffre recruited her for Epstein and Maxwell’s sexual abuse “pyramid scheme,” in which she was involved between the ages of 14 and 17.

She testified at Maxwell’s trial on sex trafficking last month, and Maxwell was found guilty on five counts.

Andriano, 35, said she had decided to give up her right to anonymity because “I want all young women to know what happened to me when I was a teenager and how it has affected my life. “

Andrianos is the first independent account of Giuffre, who previously discussed his meeting with Prince Andrew.

The conversation in 2001 would have taken place ten years before Giuffre published the charges.

The Daily Mail said it had not paid Andriano for the interview. Prince Andrew declined to comment on the story when contacted by the newspaper.

Prince Andrew’s lawyers have been fighting to dismiss Giuffre’s lawsuit in court. A decision on whether he will face a full civil lawsuit is expected soon.

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