Prince Andrew teased Virginia Roberts Giuffre for being just a few years older than his own daughters before having sex with her for the first time, she said in a new interview.
The longtime accuser told the new four-part Netflix docu-series “Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich” that the British royal “sexually abused” her at 17 even after the comparison to his daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.
Giuffre insisted that Andrew knew how old she was because Epstein’s accused madame, Ghislaine Maxwell, had them all play a “favorite guessing game” while they were in her London townhouse in 2001.
“She goes to Prince Andrew, ‘How old do you think Virginia is?’ And he said 17. And she’s like, ‘Oh you’re right’ and they made a little joke about it.
“He’s like, ‘Oh my daughters aren’t far from your age. My daughter’s a little bit younger than you,’” Giuffre told the documentary crew.
It was the same night Andrew posed for a now-infamous photo with the teen, she says.
“Right after that photo was taken, I was sexually abused by Prince Andrew for the first time,” Giuffre insisted, saying Maxwell had told her, “You’re going to have to do for him what you do for Jeffrey.”
Beatrice would have been almost 13 at the time, while Eugenie was days away from turning 11.
Initial UK reports branded Giuffre a prostitute, the documentary showed, with the accuser saying she was continually tarnished with “every name under the sun.”
“I wasn’t Prince Andrew’s prostitute, because I was trafficked to him — and I was a kid,” she told the series.
Epstein’s former IT guy, Steve Scully, 70, also recalled how he saw Andrew “grinding” against a topless Giuffre when they were all at the late pedophile’s private “orgy island,” Little St. James.
“It was probably around 2004, I saw Prince Andrew,” he said, saying she was with a girl who was “young” and “didn’t have a top on.”
“They were engaged in foreplay — he was grabbing her and grinding against her,” he told the show.
Investigators later showed Scully the photo of Andrew and Giuffre together in 2001. “As soon as I saw her — that was the girl he was kind of grinding against at the pool,” he insisted.
Giuffre said that watching Andrew’s denials during his disastrous BBC interview left her wanting to “take my tablet and throw it in the pool.”
“This guy didn’t have any remorse at all,” she said, damning his “arrogance about it.”
“I didn’t expect him to put his hand up and say ‘I’m guilty’ — I didn’t — but some form of remorse or acknowledgment would have been better,” she said of the interview that led to him being booted from royal duties.
Buckingham Palace told Netflix, “It is emphatically denied that the Duke of York had any form of contact or sexual relationship with Virginia Roberts.”
Maxwell also denies all the allegations, saying she “had no involvement in or knowledge of Epstein’s alleged misconduct.”
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