Sex Crimes

REPORT: Prince Andrew Attended Epstein's Pedo Pool Parties, Massaged by Minor Girls


Prince Andrew attended “naked pool parties” and received massages from a “harem of adolescent girls,” according to an ex-employee of Jeffrey Epstein.

Julian Alessi, who worked at Epstein’s palm beach mansion, said in a sworn testimony that Prince Andrew attended the nude pool parties multiple times, and enjoyed massages by teenage girls.

Originally reported by Variety in 2011, three girls connected to Epstein were interrogated under oath about whether Andrew ever engaged in sexual activity with them. The first girl, Sarah Kellen, took the 5th. Adriana Ross was asked, “Has Prince Andrew ever been involved with underage minor females to your knowledge?” and she refused to answer.

It is unclear who the third woman was, or what she may have said.

This report has come to light following the previous allegations against the Duke of York, including those put forward in 2015 by Virginia Giuffre; Giuffre has claimed she was Epstein’s sex slave, and had sex with Prince Andrew 3 times. A picture of Andrew with his arm around Giuffre in 2001, when she was 17, has been widely circulated since Epstein was arrested earlier this year.

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A mutual friend of both Epstein and Prince Andrew told Vanity Fair of the bond the two men shared. They claimed that Epstein had “Andrew put on a pair of sweatpants for the first time in his life… It was Jeffrey who taught Andrew how to relax.” After Epstein’s conviction, the source told Andrew he should cut ties with him:

I phoned Andrew and told him, “You cannot have a relationship with Jeffrey. You can’t do these things.” And he said, ‘Stop giving me a hard time. You’re such a puritan.” From there, our conversation descended into a screaming match, and finally Andrew said, “Leave me alone. Jeffrey’s my friend. Being loyal to your friends is a virtue. And I’m going to be loyal to him.”

Footage has emerged of Prince Andrew at the door of Epstein’s New York pad in December 2010, long after Epstein had been placed on the child sex offender’s register. The footage shows him just behind the front door, waving goodbye to a young girl as she exits the building.

The true nature of Epstein’s sex crimes may never be truly known, but Patrick Howley explained his understanding of the man on the Alex Jones Show on Monday night:

He was used by handlers to set up people up… He was used to blackmail Rhodes scholars, like Bill Clinton, and people who had been through the system who knew that they were supposed to engage in some sort of satanic activity.

Prince Andrew has denied all of the allegations, with a spokesperson for him saying that “any suggestion of impropriety with underage minors is categorically untrue.” Buckingham Palace released a further statement last night:

The Duke of York has been appalled by the recent reports of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged crimes. His Royal Highness deplores the exploitation of any human being and the suggestion he would condone, participate in or encourage any such behaviour is abhorrent.

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