A Former Palace Police Officer Claims Prince Andrew Used To Have Girls Brought To Him By Ghislaine Maxwell
I’m sure Queen Elizabeth is now second guessing all those times the doorbell rang in the middle of the night at Buckingham Palace, and Prince Andrew would nervously shout out, “Don’t worry mumsy, tis only the pizza delivery porter! Go back to bed, and throw in those earplugs I bought you.”
Prince Andrew recently claimed in a second official statement that he knew Jeffrey Epstein and saw him once or twice a year, but that he didn’t see Jeffrey doing anything gross with underage girls. Well, a former police officer who served in the Royal Protection Command spoke about Prince Andrew’s alleged visitors at Buckingham Palace under oath in 2009. And The Mirror just got their hands on that.
Paul Page, who worked with the Royal Protection Command from 1998 to 2004, made the allegations against Prince Andrew in 2009 while on trial (he was accused of £3 million investment fraud). Paul was found guilty and was given six years in jail.
Paul’s statements were kept locked up at the time, but The Mirror just got their hands on them. Paul reportedly stated:
“It was not just the royalty protection officers who abused their position, members of the Royal Household also frequently did. The biggest culprit was Prince Andrew. Andrew would often have lady friends come to visit, including frequent visits by Ghislaine Maxwell, daughter of the disgraced late Robert Maxwell.”
It has been reported that Ghislaine Maxwell allegedly recruited women for Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking ring, and was the main point of contact when it came to hooking up creeps with their victims. Paul Page says that Ghislaine made house calls, and she always brought young women with her.
Paul claims Ghislaine and the alleged female guests would never sign the Buckingham Palace gate book. He also claims that members of the RPC would have to drive the secret female guests home, and that if they questioned why, an angry Prince Andrew would become “abusive.” Paul says that driving guests home was a violation of their official duties. Paul’s former RPC boss Dai Davies confirmed that members of the Royal family can bring in guests without checking them in, because it’s “their home.” Unless royal security thought something extremely sketchy or dangerous was up, they could not intervene. Dai Davies also confirmed that Prince Andrew could be “abrupt” and that he was known to have many “glamorous good looking young ladies,” but that he wasn’t aware any of them were underage.
However, if you ask the palace, they will swear Paul Page is a liar. They released the following statement to The Daily Mail regarding Paul’s allegations:
“During the trial, which resulted in a conviction for fraud, Mr. Page made a series of allegations about the Royal Household and members of the Royal Family, none of which were substantiated.”
Having random women show up at the palace probably isn’t anything new. But the fact they were allegedly accompanied by Ghislaine Maxwell, like some kind of weird sex trafficking chaperone, well that doesn’t look good. But I wonder why those security guards would ever question why they had to drive everyone home. Did they really think Prince Andrew was going to let them stay the night? And what then? Share crumpets in the morning while Prince Philip sips his tea and wonders, “I see Andy once again forgot to kick out his booty call, but who told Princess Eugenie it was OK to invite a friend for breakfast?”