Virginia Roberts Sues Prince Andrew Jan 17, 2015 22:38:02 GMT
Post by Admin on Jan 17, 2015 22:38:02 GMT
The 'slave' who claims she had sex with Prince Andrew while under-age is writing a book that threatens to go into forensic detail about her alleged involvement with the Duke of York, MailOnline can reveal today. She also plans to name American politicians, business executives, foreign presidents and a well-known Prime Minister she claims Jeffrey Epstein forced her to sleep with. MailOnline understands that Miss Roberts, whose father has retracted claims she met the Queen, could publish the book this year, which means the scandal shows no sign of abating for the royal family. Miss Roberts was pictured outside a home in Denver, Colorado yesterday, where she is understood to have retreated to be with her husband, Robert, mother and stepfather. Meanwhile, Buckingham Palace is said to have conceded the furore 'isn't going to go away'. Prince Andrew is expected to hold crisis talks with the Queen today as he returned to Britain after a luxury holiday with his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson and daughter Eugenie.
The Duke of York was locked inside a £22,000-a-week ski lodge in Verbier for two days after he was accused of abusing the girl ‘procured’ for him by his close friend and convicted paedophile Epstein. The extraordinary allegation made by Virginia Roberts is part of a US civil case against shamed billionaire Epstein. She claims Prince Andrew had sex with her when she was 17 – a minor under US law – and employed as a ‘sex slave’ by Epstein. The fifth in line to the throne slept with Miss Roberts at an orgy with other under-age girls on Epstein’s private Caribbean island, as well as in a private house in London and in Epstein’s New York mansion, according to the court papers. The prince – who looked sombre as he left his luxury £22,000-a-week Swiss ski chalet yesterday – is today expected to meet with his most senior aides and lawyers in his mansion close to Windsor Castle.
It is also understood he will reassure his mother at the earliest possible opportunity that the claims he faces are false. But if Miss Roberts does publish a tell-all book, which expands on the claims she made in court papers, it could be a major embarrassment to Prince Andrew and the Royal Family. It could also lead to the naming of other high profile people and could lead to further police investigations and to some prosecutions.