Prince Andrew had ‘daily massages’ when visiting Epstein’s estate, according to housekeeper

Prince Andrew had daily massages when he spent “weeks” at Jeffrey Epstein’s Florida home according to the billionaire’s former housekeeper, court documents have revealed.
The newly-released documents include the transcript of a video interview with Juan Alessi, who worked at the paedophile financier’s Palm Beach residence.

The unsealing of the first batch of papers caused the court’s website to crash earlier this week, but much of the content repeats information that was already in the public domain.
In a video-taped interview under oath in 2009, Mr Alessi faced questions on Epstein’s relationship with the Duke of York and his former wife, Sarah Ferguson.
Mr Alessi said he believes the Duchess of York visited the Florida estate “only once and for a short time” but identified Andrew as someone who “spent weeks with us”.

When asked if he would “frequently have massages”, Mr Alessi replied: “I would say, daily massages.”
Andrew stepped back from public life amid a furore over his friendship with Epstein in November 2019.

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He was then cast out of the working monarchy and stripped of his HRH title when Virginia Giuffre accused him of sexually assaulting her when she was 17. He strenuously denies any wrongdoing.
The third and fourth batches of documents with details on Epstein’s sexual abuse of teenage girls includes a total of 73 exhibits.


The third tranche consists of 411 pages and the fourth totals 649.
The papers were part of a lawsuit filed by Ms Giuffre against Epstein’s former girlfriend and long-time associate Ghislaine Maxwell. The lawsuit was settled in 2017.
The documents are sprinkled with the names of celebrities and politicians who socialised or worked with paedophile financier Epstein in the years before accusations against him became public.
The third set of documents include photocopies of Epstein’s assistant’s notepad, revealing Harvey Weinstein – who was exposed as a sexual predator in October 2017 – once called the paedophile financier.
He also received a call from the wife of former Victoria’s Secret CEO Les Wexner “to talk about something private”, the documents reveal.
They also show that lawyers hunting for information on Maxwell’s computer searched for words including “Prince” and “Andrew” as well as the terms “masturbate” and “nipple”.
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Image: Officers specifically searched Maxwell’s computer for information on Prince Andrew
Andrew has found himself back in the spotlight though, as the second release included testimony from a woman who claimed he touched her breast while on a couch at Epstein’s Manhattan apartment in 2001.
Buckingham Palace has previously said the allegations are “categorically untrue”.
Other notable names mentioned are Stephen Hawking, Michael Jackson and Bill Clinton but their inclusion does not mean they are accused of wrongdoing.

Source : Sky News