Ghislaine Maxwell, Jailed For Intercourse Trafficking, Says Picture Of Prince Andrew With His Accuser Is “Faux”

Ghislaine Maxwell, Jailed For Sex Trafficking, Says Photo Of Prince Andrew With His Accuser Is 'Fake'

The picture has been used as a vital declare in opposition to Prince Andrew. (AFP File)

Ghislaine Maxwell, the socialite jailed for serving to disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein sexually abuse lady, has stated {that a} {photograph} of Prince Andrew along with his sexual abuse accuser Virginia Giuffre is “faux”, based on The Guardian. Maxwell spoke in regards to the 2001 {photograph} in a video interview from jail, the place she is serving her 20-year sentence for serving to Epstein, who died in 2019, the outlet additional stated. The 61-year-old was convicted for intercourse trafficking and grooming ladies for Epstein, who was Prince Andrew’s pal.

“I do not imagine it is actual for a second. It is a faux… there’s by no means been an authentic and additional there is no such thing as a {photograph}. I’ve solely ever seen a photocopy of it,” Maxwell was quoted as saying by The Guardian.

The interview was carried out in August and its clips have been launched by TalkTV, which can broadcast it on Jeremy Kyle Dwell present on Monday.

Giuffre has sued Prince Andrew within the US courtroom, claiming that she was trafficked by Epstein and Maxwell to him. She has additionally claimed that that they had intercourse in London when she was 17 and a minor beneath US regulation.

Prince Andrew has denied these allegations and continues to take action. He has not been criminally charged, however stepped again from royal duties. Prince Andrew was additionally stripped of his navy titles after being publicly criticised over a $16.3 million settlement.

He had paid the cash to settle a civil sexual assault case with Ms Giuffre.

The picture that has been used as a vital declare in opposition to Andrew exhibits him along with his arm round Giuffre’s waist and Maxwell standing subsequent to them.

In an interview with the BBC in 2019, Andrew questioned the picture’s authenticity, claiming that he had by no means met Giuffre. Andrew additionally claimed that the image couldn’t have been taken in London as he was in his travelling garments.

“It is a {photograph} of {a photograph} of {a photograph} … No one can show whether or not or not that {photograph} has been doctored,” Andrew informed the BBC at the moment.

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