Prince Andrew ‘appalled’ by Epstein charges
Prince Andrew ‘appalled’ by Epstein charges Prince Andrew ‘appalled’ by Epstein chargesBuckingham Palace is denying prince Andrew was involved in alleged sex crimes with his former friend Jeffrey Epstein. A video released by The Daily Mail shows the prince at Epstein’s Mansion now, Epstein killed himself earlier this month, while he was in custody on sex trafficking charges cbc’s when they sell the pony is on the story. As you can see, she is live outside of Buckingham Palace right there in London. This is not the first time the prince has been connected to Epstein video. Some people are calling explosive yeah that’s right. For years there have been pictures of the two of them that, if surface together be at walking in Central Park or him at Epstein’s home, but this video is particularly roasted veggie side because of the timing around it. So let’s have a look at this video posted by The Daily Mail it shows at it shows the prince Andrew at Epstein’s home in Manhattan, when Epstein walked out with a woman and gets into a car drives way. He waves at them know it’s the timeline. That is important to pay attention to here’s to Hana. This video was taken in 2010, that is 2 years after Epstein plead guilty to is soliciting a minor for prostitution. So the question is Andrew Wood known what I’ve seen was involved in. So what was he doing at his house now? Andrew himself has been in hot water, with his friendship with Epstein over the years, and this photo from 2011 shows the prince holding a 17 year old woman, Leanne Epstein’s home. There are also allegations that he groped a woman at Epstein’s home, another woman, said she was forced to have sex with the prince three times now. It’S important to note, through all of this Buckingham Palace has categorically deny these allegations that they are false and without any foundation anything else coming out of Buckingham Palace well, because of this video they have yet again had to issue. Another statement in this is what they are saying it today, but Duke of York has been appalled by the reports of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged crime, his Royal Highness to the exploitation of any human being, and the suggestion he would condone participate in or encourage any such behavior Is abhorrent you and the past to Hannah prince Andrew, has acknowledged his friendship with Epstein is a mistake, but, aside from these statements, we’ve got from the palace. We’Ve never really heard directly from Andrew explaining why, after it was public knowledge, what Epstein was involved in? He continue to maintain a relationship with him. I’M sure those questions will come at some point when he makes any appearance thanks for that Renee CC’s Renee filippone. She is in front of Buckingham Palace. Prince Andrew has rejected any suggestion he participated in the alleged sex crimes that U.S. financier Jeffrey Epstein is accused of, Buckingham Palace said in a statement released Monday. “The Duke of York has been appalled by the recent reports of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged crimes,” the statement read.
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