Newly Emerged Images Show Prince Andrew with Jeffrey Epstein & Ghislaine Maxwell
More photos show alleged child sex trafficker with Duke of York at exclusive elite event
Newly-discovered photos have emerged that show Britain's Prince Andrew socializing at an exclusive event with accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein and the sex offender's alleged "pimp" Ghislaine Maxwell.
The images show the trio hanging out at the elite event in June 2000 at Ascot Racecourse in the United Kingdom.
“Epstein, dressed in a top hat and morning suit, has a grin across his face as he walks with Miss Maxwell and the Duke of York through the heart of the British establishment,” The Daily Mail reports.
“It was during this time that Miss Maxwell and Epstein were to attend Windsor Castle, just a few miles from the racecourse, as guests of the prince for his birthday.”
The photographs have emerged just as the BBC's bombshell Panorama documentary dropped on Monday night.
The BBC reports revealed that five more women, who claim to have been raped by deceased pedophile Epstein when they were minors, have alleged that Prince Andrew witnessed their sexual abuse.
The first photo surfaced on Twitter Tuesday morning and shows Prince Andrew and Epstein with Maxwell — who was obstructed from the camera — walking in between the two men.
Never-before-seen photographs have surfaced of Prince Andrew at the Ascot Racecourse with Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein in 2000. pic.twitter.com/qAuGro3v9D— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) December 3, 2019
A second image from the same elite event shows a slightly different angle and moment in time, clearly showing Maxwell next to Prince Andrew.
Prince Andrew walks alongside Ghislaine Maxwell at Royal Ascot on June 22, 2000 in a newly surfaced photograph. Additionally, Maxwell and Epstein were guests of Prince Andrew at Windsor Castle for his birthday at the Dance of the Decades during the time. pic.twitter.com/NwT39WtwCt— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) December 3, 2019
Last month, Prince Andrew gave an interview to the BBC that ended up being disastrous for him, according to a poll conducted by Sky News.
“People were asked what they thought of an interview the duke did with BBC Newsnight, during which he denied having sex with a 17-year-old girl at the home of the disgraced billionaire’s ex-girlfriend in London in 2001,” Sky News reported.
“Just 6% of people polled said they believed the explanations he gave in the interview, with 51% saying they did not believe him and 43% saying they were unsure.”
Sky News, which noted that the results spanned across all demographic groups and political views, also found: “Almost half (47%) of people believe the way Prince Andrew has responded to the allegations surrounding Epstein has damaged the monarchy, with less than a quarter (23%) believing that it had not.
"Some 30% said they were unsure.”
According to the Daily Wire, the newly uncovered photos of Prince Andrew come after reports surfaced over the weekend that claimed that Prince Andrew has maintained constant contact with Maxwell.
“Prince Andrew has kept in constant contact with accused madam Ghislaine Maxwell even as they both became increasingly embroiled in the Jeffrey Epstein scandal,” The New York Post reported.
“The prince had a secret meeting with Epstein’s ex at Buckingham Palace in June — and has been talking to her throughout the escalating scandal that saw him dumped of royal duties.”
A source told The Sun: “They have remained constantly in touch by phone and email.
"The Duke has an unswerving loyalty to Ghislaine and she is also very loyal to him. Ghislaine will do anything to protect the Duke and the feeling is mutual.
"They both share the same view they have done nothing wrong.”
“Andrew has always been very stubborn and as far as he is concerned both he and Ghislaine have done nothing wrong and so why should anything get in the way of a friendship that has lasted more than 20 years,” the source continued.
“They talk regularly. If he wasn’t in the spotlight at the moment he would have found a way to meet up with her.”
Epstein was arrested on July 7, 2019, upon returning from France and was charged for allegedly sexually abusing and exploiting “dozens of minor girls at his homes in Manhattan, New York, and Palm Beach, Florida, among other locations,” and was accused of using cash payments to recruit a “vast network of underage victims.”
A month later, Epstein didn't kill himself.