It looks like Prince Andrew’s rotten pumpkin of a damage control carriage continues to drag itself down the metaphorical street (or in some cases, on an actual street, like the one he and mumsy took to church last week). He’s gone from having Buckingham Palace deny that he did anything gross, sleazy, or downright illegal with his accuser, Virginia Roberts. Then the palace got to work on another statement, this time claiming he was totally appalled by the allegations against his deceased friend Jeffrey Epstein, and that he’d never participate in or condone illegal acts or sex trafficking.
Andrew knows nothing! He’s innocent! His conscience is so clean, he’s apparently considering going to the police and telling them everything he knows about the situation.
According to sources that spoke with Express UK, Prince Andrew is willing to provide a witness statement or undergo police questioning regarding his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein. Andrew is allegedly happy to be as helpful as possible. He’s reportedly open to the idea of speaking with both British police and US authorities.
Sources say that Andrew hasn’t been asked to provide any kind of official statement or deposition, he’s just volunteering out of the goodness of his (allegedly) gross heart. Andrew also allegedly believes that there is no real case against him, but knows he can’t pull a Mariah and deny he knows Jeffrey. Especially after everyone saw that video showing Andrew hanging out in the doorway of Jeffrey Epstein’s Manhattan mansion.
— Jim Osman 🇺🇸🇬🇧 (@EdgeCGroup) August 19, 2019
My question here is: How dumb does that “source” think we all are? We know why Andrew would go to the police, and it’s not to give a deposition that starts and ends with, “Super secret sex island? Nope, never heard of it!” Let’s just say Duchess Meghan won’t be the only royal who’s played a game of deal or no deal. Don’t act surprised if Queen Elizabeth suddenly calls an impromptu knighting ceremony to bestow titles on Officer Morris, Officer Stanford, and Detective Jenkins.