Epstein, Prince Andrew abuse a 'really scary time': Virginia Roberts Giuffre

Epstein, Prince Andrew abuse a 'really scary time': Virginia Roberts Giuffre

Epstein, Prince Andrew abuse a 'really scary time': Virginia Roberts Giuffre

The prince has denied having any sexual contact with Giuffre, who in September said she was 17 when he sexually abused her.

In the clip she describes the period as a "really scary time" for her.

Sources told Britain's The Sun that there is talk behind closed doors that the Queen, who has cut down on her royal duties and appearances in recent years, can not continue forever and that she will "retire" in April 2021 when she turns 95.

The Met had to give an explanation for why it stopped investigating allegations of sex trafficking against Jeffrey Epstein after the woman claiming she was forced into sex with the Duke of York accused the police of corruption.

It comes as security concerns have been raised at Buckingham Palace after a female masseuse claims she was invited to Prince Andrew's bedroom without being properly vetted.

A woman who claims she was forced into sex with the Duke of York has told the BBC "only one of them is telling the truth" about the alleged incident.

She has that now-infamous photo to back up her story, although Prince Andrew's supporters have spun all kinds of theories to try and discredit it as a fake.

As the story dominated British news for a week, overshadowing campaigning for the December 12 election, there has been widespread criticism of Andrew and demands he should answer questions from USA authorities about Epstein.

The force said it reviewed its decision following Epstein's death in August, but its position remained unchanged.

British police said on Thursday an allegation against the late financier Jeffrey Epstein regarding trafficking for sexual exploitation would not proceed to a full criminal investigation, maintaining a previously made decision.

The allegation related to trafficking to central London in March 2001.

He added: "Officers assessed the available evidence, interviewed the complainant and obtained early investigative advice from the Crown Prosecution Service".

In July 2015, Ms Giuffre went to the Metropolitan Police with her claims, but was ultimately turned away.

While Prince Andrew last week stepped down from his public roles, he has not cut ties with Key to Freedom.

Metropolitan Police Commander Alex Murray said police concluded in 2016, after looking into the matter and consulting prosecutors, that it was the wrong agency to investigate.

After Epstein committed suicide in a NY jail cell in August while awaiting trial for further offences, Murray said the Met reviewed its decision but the force stuck by its original assessment.

The Express is reporting that Charles will be helped in managing royal affairs by Prince William.

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