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Prince Andrew 'not credible' in Jeffrey Epstein interview, must cooperate with FBI, says victim's lawyer

Prince Andrew 'not credible' in Jeffrey Epstein interview, must cooperate with FBI, says victim's lawyer


Prince Andrew 'not credible' in Jeffrey Epstein interview, must cooperate with FBI , says victim's lawyer

The Duke of York has stepped down from his royal duties after his interview with the BBC about his friendship with the convicted sex offender who was found dead in his cell.

"My clients who are victims of Jeffrey Epstein have spoken to law enforcement without being 'required' to do so," she said, adding that he should contact U.S. authorities"without conditions and without delay."

program that she would be prepared to serve a subpoena compelling him to testify."It is possible and happens frequently," she said.

The backlash has been growing over the interview given by the prince who faces claims that he had sexual contact with Virginia Giuffre when she was 17. The duke has denied any form of sexual contact or even having met her.

that the Queen was"privately very disappointed with Prince Andrew, despite the public efforts to rally round."

Prince Andrew, Duke of York pictured at the ASEAN Business and Investment Summit in Bangkok on November 3, 2019. He has stepped down from royal duties after a BBC interview about his links with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Read more: Newsweek

Prince Andrew after Jeffrey Epstein scandal steps back from royal role

Jeffrey Epstein fallout: Prince Andrew withdraws from public duties, willing to help law enforcement probes Jeffrey Epstein , who died in August in jail while awaiting trial on federal child sex trafficking charges, was also a former friend of Presidents Donald Trump and Bill Clinton.

Prince Andrew first met Jeffrey Epstein long before 1999, Buckingham Palace letter claims Prince Andrew told BBC's 'Newsnight' that he first met Jeffrey Epstein in 1999. But a letter written by a senior Buckingham Palace aide in 2011 said they met in the 'early 1990s.'

Prince Andrew to Take a Break From Public Duties Because of Jeffrey Epstein ControversyBritain’s Prince Andrew announced Wednesday that he would be stepping back from his public duties as a member of the royal family because of the controversy surrounding his relationship with Jeffre…

Prince Andrew Considering Another TV Interview About Epstein, Royal Sources SayOne royal expert says Prince Andrew 's reputation may never recover: “This is different, and far worse to any other royal scandal, because it involves criminality... I’ve never seen any royal shoot themselves in the foot as spectacularly as Andrew has done”

Prince Andrew Steps Back from Public Duties Amid Epstein Scandal'I continue to unequivocally regret my ill-judged association with Jeffrey Epstein '

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