The dangerous duo reportedly thought the clip of ‘randy Andy’ was a laugh riot
Accused sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell and her late partner in alleged crime and former lover Jeffrey Epstein reportedly once watched, in New York City, a secret video of Prince Andrew cavorting with a topless woman, the Daily Mail reports.
A former employee of the disgraced financier and sex offender claims that Epstein and his gal pal Ghislaine Maxwell had a good laugh about “randy Andy” while viewing the sultry video of the Duke of York.
The 48-year-old “Tiffany Doe” told The Sun that she happened upon Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell viewing the video in a television control room inside his palatial Manhattan residence.
“I do not know who the girl was on the video but she was topless,” Tiffany reported about the clip that led Ghislaine Maxwell and Epstein to enjoy such guffaws at Prince Andrew’s expense.
“I really can’t say what her age was.” Ms Doe said. “I couldn’t see all of Andrew so I don’t know if he was clothed or not. It looked like it was filmed in a bedroom. I don’t think Andrew knew he was being filmed.”
Tiffany continued about Maxwell and Epstein’s reaction to the video: “Then Ghislaine said, ‘Oh that’s Randy Andy for you.’ Jeffrey laughed at that and I of course immediately recognised who it was on the tape.”
Over the winter, Queen Elizabeth II forced Prince Andrew, her middle son, to retire from public duties as a member of the British royal family following his catastrophic interview with the BBC in November regarding his notorious friendship with Epstein.
Tiffany is a former lap dancer who is aiding lawyers representing victims of Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell’s alleged serial sexual predation. She reported to The Sun that it was no secret that Jeffrey was fond of filming videos of his prominent friends in sexually compromising scenarios. He reportedly installed cameras in the bedrooms of his Manhattan residence and was quite fond of watching them.
Meanwhile, since she was arrested earlier this month in a secluded home in New Hampshire and thrown in a federal jail cell in Brooklyn, accused of recruiting three underage girls for Epstein, Maxwell has reportedly been attempting to silence her many accusers as she awaits what promises to be a sensational trial in perhaps a year’s time, The U.S. Sun reports. She is also reportedly terrified she’ll get rubbed out in jail.
The jailed socialite, 58, has quietly filed an application to a New York court – moaning that she has been subjected to harmful comments from prosecutors and lawyers for abuse survivors.
Maxwell, who has denied charges that she was a sex-crimes mastermind in service of the insatiable predatory predilections of Epstein, has requested that the judge issue an order that would stop “further unwarranted and prejudicial pretrial publicity by the government, its agents and lawyers for alleged witnesses.”
Her accusers are livid at the thought that Maxwell is attempting to silence them. Celebrity attorney Lisa Bloom, who once advised serial sexual predator Harvey Weinstein, represents five of Epstein’s victims. Bloom lashed out at Maxwell over the disgraced socialite’s attempts to zip the lips of her clients.
“Hasn’t she done enough harm?” Bloom said of Ghislaine, as news emerged of Maxwell and Epstein watching racy videos of British royalty and howling with laughter. “Her accusers will never be silent. Once empowered, women never go back to victimhood. Those days are over, Ms Maxwell. Welcome to the new world order.”
According to the Associated Press, Maxwell’s attorney objected to the head of New York’s FBI office opening his mouth at a recent news conference and saying that Maxwell is “one of the villains in this investigation” before comparing her with a snake that “slithered away to a gorgeous property in New Hampshire.”
The [gag-order] request came on the same day that publicity in Maxwell’s favor came during a White House news conference when President Donald Trump was asked about her and said: “I just wish her well, frankly.”
The video of the White House press conference shows the president, who was once friendly with Epstein, saying about Ghislaine Maxwell: “I’ve met her numerous times over the years, especially since I lived in Palm Beach, and I guess they lived in Palm Beach. But I wish her well.”
Epstein was arrested a year ago and charged with sex trafficking related to the sexual abuse of women and underage girls in Manhattan and Florida in the early 2000s. He committed suicide in a federal jail cell in Manahattan in August.
Maxwell was recently denied bail, with federal prosecutors characterizing her as an extreme flight risk, given her wealth, her recent history of hiding herself from the FBI, and her three passports, from the United States, France and England.
The business with the Prince Andrew video that Epstein showed her and the five vocal victims aside, Ghislaine has plenty else to worry about, Bloomberg reports. A federal judge may soon unseal numerous records from a 2015 lawsuit against Maxwell. These documents could provide the public with salacious details about her sex life.
U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska in New York scheduled a Thursday conference to discuss the possible unsealing of five different sets of documents relating to a defamation lawsuit against Maxwell by Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre, whom Maxwell had said was lying. The documents Preska is considering unsealing appear to be partly related to deposition testimony Maxwell, 58, gave in the case in April and July 2016. One of her lawyers said in a recent court filing that one of the documents included “intrusive questioning” about Maxwell’s sex life that she had answered based on her expectation of confidentiality.