Jeffrey Epstein: "Andrew just sat next to me at dinner" - New emails from Epstein weigh heavily on Prince Andrew

New allegations against Prince Andrew, the brother of King Charles III: As the British newspaper "The Mirror" reports, Andrew is said to have met the convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein in June 2010, when he was already under house arrest.

Jeffrey Epstein: "Andrew just sat next to me at dinner" - New emails from Epstein weigh heavily on Prince Andrew

New allegations against Prince Andrew, the brother of King Charles III: As the British newspaper "The Mirror" reports, Andrew is said to have met the convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein in June 2010, when he was already under house arrest. This is said to emerge from a June 14 email from Epstein that has surfaced in court documents. In it, Epstein describes to a bank employee a visit by the prince to him in Florida: "Andrew was sitting next to me at dinner."

This once again contradicts what Prince Andrew said in the infamous BBC interview he gave in November 2019. At the time, he claimed that in 2010 - after Epstein's first term in prison in 2008 - he had broken off all contacts and only met him again in December 2010 in New York to finally end the friendship. He did not mention any further contact with Epstein.

Earlier this month, the "Mirror" revealed an alleged lie by Prince Andrew. In 2011 he acted as a potential investor for Epstein - at least that is what further emails from Epstein indicate. Again, this would contradict the claim by Queen Elizabeth II's son (1926-2022) that he had no connection with Epstein after his imprisonment.

The emails are currently emerging as part of a civil lawsuit against US bank JP Morgan. The court is currently clarifying whether the company could possibly have been involved in the crimes and machinations of Jeffrey Epstein and would therefore be liable for damages. Jeffrey Epstein was arrested again in 2019 on allegations of child sexual abuse. He has been accused of running a prostitution ring that places underage girls with wealthy people for sexual acts. Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide in his cell before the actual trial.

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