Russia Has Epstein-Related Evidence on Prince Andrew, British Intelligence Fears
MI6 believes Russian government may have obtained proof of Virginia Roberts' allegations
British intelligence agency MI6 is reportedly concerned that Russia may have obtained "damning" evidence against Britain's Prince Andrew, in relation to accusations made by Jeffrey Epstein's child sex slave victim Virginia Roberts, according to reports.
MI6 officials fear that Russian spies obtained Epstein scandal-related “kompromat” on Andrew, the Duke of York, that supports allegations of sexual abuse that the royal has previously denied.
On Friday, Virginia Roberts, now Virginia Giuffre, gave a bombshell new interview, in which she describes in detail how she was allegedly "trafficked" to the British prince for sex when she was just 17 years old in 2001.
Roberts says she was allegedly forced to have sex with Prince Andrew by Jeffrey Epstein and his alleged "madame" Ghislaine Maxwell.
She says she was taken as Epstein's sex slave when she was 15 and was forced to have sex with the prince when she was 17.
Andrew was close friends with convicted pedophile Epstein, who was found dead in jail last month where he was awaiting trial on further charges of child sex trafficking.
Now, the British intelligence service believes incriminating evidence of the prince’s alleged 2001 encounter with then-17-year-old Roberts could be in Russian hands.
The agency’s concerns center on the curious case of John Mark Dougan, an ex-Marine and former Palm Beach County sheriff’s deputy who now lives in Russia, The Times of London reported Saturday.
Dougan, who moved to Moscow and sought asylum there in 2016, had worked for the sheriff’s office in 2005, the year it began an investigation into Epstein, according to the New York Post.
The billionaire pedophile had owned a Palm Beach mansion.
Now, almost 20 years after Andrew’s alleged tryst, a “security source” tells the Times that MI6 is concerned Dougan may still have inside information concerning Epstein and Prince Andrew.
“Ghislaine said, ‘He’s coming back to the house. And I want you to do for him (Prince Andrew) what you do for Epstein.’” Virginia Roberts Giuffre shares details about her previous encounter with Prince Andrew at Ghislaine Maxwell’s London townhome. pic.twitter.com/IZVYaIfdTt— TODAY (@TODAYshow) September 20, 2019
Dougan claimed on Facebook in July he still possessed confidential documents no one had seen, the Times said.
And Dougan is known to have had contact with Pavel Borodin, a senior Russian government official who is sometimes referred to as President Vladimir Putin’s “mentor,” the Times said.
Dougan quit the Palm Beach County sheriff’s office in 2009 after three years on road patrol and became a self-appointed corruption “whistleblower.”
By 2012, he was running loose-cannon websites accusing his former fellow sheriffs of corruption, fascism and even child molestation.
“It didn’t bother me until he said I raped my son,” then-Sheriff Ric Bradshaw complained of Dougan to the Palm Beach Post in 2012.
With an FBI investigation looming, Dougan fled the US in 2016, catching a flight from Toronto to Moscow.
There, he claimed political asylum and billed himself as “BadVolf,” an exiled law-enforcement whistleblower.
In 2017 he was linked to an online story falsely accusing one of his longtime targets, Palm Beach’s then-chief deputy sheriff, of being a white supremacist who wanted to rape and kill “a black man or a Jew.”
Dougan denied involvement with the story to the Palm Beach Post at the time.
His current website says he is appearing on Russian documentaries, working for disability charities and selling self-branded Dougan’s Steaks.