The house staff of convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein may have died last week and brought to his grave damming secrets of the billionaire and Prince Andrew, but the FBI has documents that could be used in proving that the financier sexually abused underage girls.
One such document is a letter from Brad Edwards, the lawyer of Virginia Roberts, one of three women who filed the lawsuit in the US claiming that Epstein made them his sex slaves when they were still minors, reports The Independence.
In the case of Roberts, she was then 17 and it was not just Epstein who allegedly sexually abused her but also the Duke of York.
In Edwards’s 2008 letter, he claimed that Epstein sexually abused three to four girls daily for four years. He described the billionaire-friend of Prince Andrew as probably “the most dangerous sexual predator that the country has ever seen.”
Edwards continued, “He is a sexual addict that focused all his free time on sexually abusing children, and he uses his extraordinary wealth and power to lure in the poor, underprivileged little girls and then also uses his wealth to shield himself from prosecution and liability.”
The letter led to the filing of charges against Epstein who pleaded guilty in 2008 to one charge of soliciting prostitution. For this, he was sentenced to 18 months prison term, but spent only 13 months in jail and required to register as a sex offender.
Buckingham Palace denied twice that Prince Andrew had sex with Roberts.
Roberts also claimed that Prince Andrew had introduced her to Queen Elizabeth while she was with Epstein, which the Palace also denied.
However, the Palace didn’t deny that Epstein and his friend, socialite Ghislaine Maxwell – who recruited Roberts as masseuse for the billionaire paedophile – have attended a party in Windsor Castle for the birthday of Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Princess Margaret. But it is unclear if it was during those parties when the prince allegedly introduced the masseuse to the monarch.
Besides Sarah Ferguson, the ex-wife of the embattled prince, who testified that the Queen’s second and reportedly favourite son is a wonderful person, London Mayor Boris Johnson also spoke highly of him.
The mayor told LBC radio that the prince has done a lot of “unsung, unheralded work for the country” as well as help British companies get business globally as trade ambassador, which he also quit because of his friendship with the registered sex offender.