Prince Andrew 'Seen Inside Epstein's House of Horrors' with 'Two Young Women'
Witness allegedly saw Duke of York getting 'foot massage' in Epstein's New York mansion
A witness allegedly saw Britain's Prince Andrew getting a "foot massage" from "two young women" while inside sex offender Jeffrey Epstein's New York mansion, dubbed the "House of Horrors" by investigators and victims, according to reports.
The allegation was reported in emails between literary agent John Brockman and writer Evgeny Morozov, with details of the incident published by the New Republic magazine.
Clinton-linked financier Epstein was found dead in his New York prison cell earlier this month where the convicted pedophile was awaiting trial for child sex trafficking charges.
Writer Morozov revealed that he had met Epstein calling him a “billionaire philanthropist.”
In the emails between himself and Morozov, dated 12 September 2013, Brockman recalls visiting Jeffrey Epstein at his luxury Manhattan home and bumping into Prince Andrew.
“Last time I visited his house (the largest private residence in NYC), I walked in to find him in a sweatsuit and a British guy in a suit with suspenders [braces], getting foot massages from two young, well-dressed Russian women," Brockman said.
“After grilling me for a while about cyber-security, the Brit, named Andy, was commenting on the Swedish authorities and the charges against Julian Assange."
Brockman claims that Andrew, the Duke of York, - who has vehemently denied wrongdoing in relation to Epstein - then complained about his public profile.
He said the now-59-year-old prince claimed: “In Monaco, Albert works 12 hours a day but at 9 pm, when he goes out, he does whatever he wants, and nobody cares.
"But, if I do it, I’m in big trouble.”
Brockman adds that it was at this point that: “I realized that the recipient of Irina’s foot massage was his Royal Highness, Prince Andrew, the Duke of York.”
It is not known when he claims to have seen Prince Andrew at Epstein’s house.
Earlier this month, a video emerged that was shot in 2010 and shows Britain's Prince Andrew inside Epstein's New York mansion.
The footage was filmed on December 6, 2010, and shows Andrew waving goodbye to a woman as she leaves Epstein's Manhattan residence.
#PrinceAndrew has fled to Spain on a private jet with his live-in ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, as the heat continues to rise in the child sex trafficking case against his recently-deceased friend #JeffreyEpstein.— Neon Nettle (@NeonNettle) August 15, 2019
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Buckingham Palace has previously said Andrew was "appalled" by recent revelations about Epstein, who he first met in the 1990s.
In a statement to the Guardian, which first reported the foot rub claims, it said: “Any suggestion of impropriety with underage minors is categorically untrue.”
Epstein’s alleged sex slave Virginia Roberts previously claimed in court papers that she was forced to sleep with Andrew when she was a teenager.
They were pictured together in 2001 at the house of Epstein's alleged "pimp" Ghislaine Maxwell - the Brit socialite daughter of disgraced publishing tycoon Robert Maxwell.
Maxwell, 57, has been accused of being Epstein's "madam" and procuring girls for him - allegations she denied before going into hiding.
Ms. Roberts' claims against Andrew were later struck out of a court case after a judge deemed them "immaterial and impertinent."
Buckingham Palace has strenuously denied any allegations of wrongdoing linked to the duke’s relationship with Epstein.
It also denied there was “any form of sexual contact or relationship” between Andrew and Ms. Roberts.
Last week, Prince Andrew was seen fleeing a Royal Family vacation in Scotland with his live-in ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, as the heat continues to rise in the child sex trafficking case against his recently-deceased friend Epstein.
Andrew was seen landing his private jet in Malaga, Spain with the duchess on August 14th and the pair has remained there since.
A Royal source reportedly told the Sun newspaper that Andrew is starting to “s*** himself” over the Epstein allegations.