BBC to Interview Prince Andrew for the first time after Epstein scandal
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Prince Andrew has consented to talk openly for the first time about his fellowship with the Paedophile Jeffrey Epstein

, in a “no holds barred” interview with the BBC’s Newsnight program to be broadcast on Saturday night.

The prince has been the subject of wild hypothesis over his association with the agent, who was discovered dead in a New York prison cell three months back.

Epstein’s informer Virginia Giuffre claims Prince Andrew was “an abuser, a member” in her misuse as a young person and says she was forced to engage in sexual relations with him.

Video: Virginia Roberts Giuffre talks about Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein, and plans for a baby.

The prince has beforehand emphatically denied any improper conduct or monitoring any such conduct by Epstein, yet he has battled to stop the progression of harming claims. Recently discharged film demonstrated him at Epstein’s home in 2011 after the lender was discharged from a spell in prison.


Newsnight sources said the meeting was an aftereffect of a half year of arrangements with the regal family, with an understanding that there would not be any development verifying of the inquiries.

BBC Newsnight to Interview Prince Andrew.

The interview of Prince Andrew was conducted on Thursday at Buckingham Palace and the BBC has chosen to broadcast an exceptional release of the interview at 9pm on Saturday. It was conducted by the lead Newsnight moderator, Emily Maitlis, who guaranteed it would be “no holds barred”.

The castle has as of not long ago depended on giving emphatic press articulations, while a few papers have detailed “sources near Prince Andrew” as saying that a photograph of him with Giuffre was phony since his fingers were “a lot chubbier, all things considered.


Giuffre claims she was made to have intercourse with Andrew in 2001 when she was 17 subsequent to being traveled to London on a personal jet. She has recently said that while he denies the cases, “he knows reality and I know reality”.

Public Reactions on the Interview of Prince Andrew

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SOURCEThe Guardian
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