Ghislaine Maxwell sent secret messages to Prince Andrew about ‘furnishing him with young women’, court documents claim


JEFFREY Epstein’s alleged madam sent secret messages to Prince Andrew about “furnishing him with young women”, bombshell new court documents claim.

Ghislaine Maxwell, who is currently awaiting trial after being charged with a series of child grooming charges, allegedly sent messages to the Duke of York about her “trafficking”.

New court documents have been unsealed in the case against Ghislaine Maxwell, pictured here with paedo ex Jeffrey Epstein

One of the pages detailed alleged communication between Prince Andrew and Maxwell


The Duke of York, pictured with his accuser Virginia Roberts, now Giuffre

The revelations come after a New York judge ruled that hundreds of pages of documents relating to Maxwell could be unsealed.

US District Judge Loretta Preska last week ordered the release of large sections of over 80 documents from a 2015 civil lawsuit against Maxwell by Prince Andrew accuser Virginia Roberts, now Giuffre.

Maxwell was sued for defamation by Giuffre.

Her legal team repeatedly claimed the files from her seven-hour, 418-page deposition, as well as correspondence between her and ex Epstein, should remain sealed.

However, Judge Preska ruled that any concerns of “minor embarrassment or annoyance” to Maxwell were far outweighed by the need for public access.

One page of the document detailed alleged correspondence between Maxwell and Prince Andrew.

Ms Giuffre claims she was trafficked to the royal by Maxwell.

The papers read: “Maxwell’s communications with Prince Andrew, for the entire relevant period, are relevant to this litigation.

“Maxwell is alleged to have trafficked Ms. Giuffre to Prince Andrew when Ms. Giuffre was a minor.

“Indeed, there is photographic evidence of Prince Andrew with his arm around Virginia’s waist, standing next to Maxwell, in Maxwell’s London
residence, when Virginia was a minor child.

Virginia Roberts Giuffre alleges she was trafficked by Maxwell for Prince Andrew

Documents reveal Maxwell allegedly told Prince Andrew “Call me”

Maxwell is currently being held at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn

The British socialite, 58, is accused of grooming children

“In the one email defendant did produce in response to the requests for production, Maxwell instructs Prince Andrew to ‘Call me’ after Prince
Andrew says he needs to speak about Virginia.”

The documents say Ms Giuffre is entitled to all of the communications between Maxwell and Prince Andrew.

This is “not only to show the communications between them regarding her trafficking, but also possible communications between them, that would establish Maxwell furnishing him with other females or discussing
other individuals who may have been involved with this activity”, the report says.

The Duke of York strongly denies any allegations against him and said he had no knowledge of any wrongdoing while friends with Maxwell and Epstein.

Also within the documents unsealed this week were allegations from Giuffre that Maxwell had sexual contact with females as young as 15.

Documents show Giuffre was asked to describe any females she saw Maxwell have “sexual contact with” her “own two eyes.”

According to the documents, Giuffre replied: “There’s so many, I don’t know where you want me to start.”

She was then asked to describe the girls.

Giuffre responded: “There were blondes, there were brunettes, there were redheads,” documents show.

“They were all beautiful girls. I would say the ages range from 15 to 21.”

She also alleged she’d been forced to have sex with another mystery prince – but admits she cannot remember who he was and adds there was a “large amount of people that I was sent to”.

And this week, a Brit couple claimed they saw him leaving a restaurant with “three young, blonde women” after partying with Maxwell.

Representatives for the royal have been approached for comment.

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