Prince Andrew ‘romped with teen “sex slave” Virginia Roberts as royal protection officers waited outside’, book claims

TEEN "sex slave" Virginia Roberts was allegedly forced to perform a sex act on Prince Andrew while royal bodyguards waited outside.

A bombshell new book claims the Epstein accuser had to perform sordid sex services on the Prince in Epstein's massage room in his Manhattan mansion.


The allegations are made in The Spider by Barry Levine – billed as an in-depth investigation into Epstein, Maxwell and those caught up in their "web".

Prince Andrew has vehemently denied any wrongdoing and maintains he had no sexual contact with Virginia. 

It alleges Virginia was "summoned" by Epstein to meet the Duke of York in Manhattan, shortly after the infamous night in London where she accuses him of having sex with her at Maxwell's home.

"This time their sexual encounter took place in Epstein's massage room and in the presence of Ghislaine Maxwell," the book claims.

Maxwell is said to have ordered Virginia to take Prince Andrew into Epstein's massage room.

She was then forced to massage him in front of a six foot oil painting depicting Maxwell in a lesbian love embrace before performing a sex act on him.

The massage allegedly ended with Virginia giving the duke oral sex while classical music played in the background.

Royal protection officers from the Met's SO14, Diplomatic Security Special agents and plain clothes NYPD cops accompanied the prince to Epstein's New York mansion, the book claims. 

The Metropolitain Police and NYPD and have been contacted for comment.

But a source close to the Duke rubbished the claims, telling The Sun Online: "Another week, another person with a book to sell.

"More unsubstantiated and lurid allegations that have take over 20 years to surface. We look forward to seeing the proof."

Mrs Giuffre says she met the Prince in London in early 2001 and they both dined, danced and drank in Tramp nightclub in London before having sex.

The royal has vehemently denied ever meeting her, famously claiming he was dining at a Woking branch of Pizza Express the night of the allegations.

The pair are pictured together in a hotly-disputed photograph, which friends and sources have claimed is photoshopped in the past.

Mrs Giuffre has described how the photograph – first published in 2011 – was taken by billionaire paedophile Jeffrey Epstein at the home of society hostess Ms Maxwell, his former girlfriend.

Since Epstein’s death in August 2019, sources close to Andrew have started to spread extraordinary claims that the photograph is doctored.

Asked whether the photograph of him with Ms Roberts is real in the Newsnight Interview back in November 2019, he said: "Oh it's definitely me, I mean that's a picture of me, it's not a picture of…

“I don't believe it's a picture of me in London because… when I go out in London, I wear a suit and a tie."

He added: "I am not one to, as it were, hug and public displays of affection are not something that I do. 

“So that's the best explanation I can give you and I'm afraid to say that I don't believe that photograph was taken in the way that has been suggested."

The Prince also cast doubt on the image, by calling it a “photograph of a photograph of a photograph”.

On the allegation he met 17-year-old Virginia Roberts in 2001 and they ate, drank, went to Tramp Nightclub and later had sex he said: "It didn't happen."

Epstein, 66, hanged himself in his cell at New York's MCC prison in August 2019 while awaiting trial on a slew of child sex trafficking charges. 

His alleged madame Maxwell, 58, was arrested in July at her New Hampshire hideout and faces six charges including transportation of a minor with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity and perjury.

Levine's book The Spider: Inside The Criminal Web of Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell goes on sale today.



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