A Netflix Documentary On Jeffrey Epstein Is Providing Us With More Gross Stories About Prince Andrew

May 26, 2020 / Posted by:

Tomorrow, Netflix will drop the four-part docuseries Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich about the dead sex offender. The Daily Beast says Netflix’s latest true-crime series (a series that I really hope doesn’t get the viral TikTok dance treatment), is based on James Patterson’s book of the same name. Of course it’s going to be about Jeffrey Epstein’s life before he was found dead in his jail cell last August, as well as his alleged cohorts. I wonder if Ghislaine Maxwell has Netflix? Anyway, as much as Prince Andrew wishes his Prince title could protect him from getting dragged into another televised trash fire, he’s not safe once again. There are some new revelations about Andrew’s friendship with Jeffrey Epstein.

According to The Daily Beast, Episode 3 focuses on Jeffrey Epstein’s Pedophile Island aka Little St. James. Andrew’s accuser Virginia Giuffre makes an appearance in the docuseries. She describes Little St. James as an “orgy island,” due to, well – all the orgies that allegedly took place there. Except it’s important to remember that women were trafficked to Little St. James, so none of the orgies were the good kind where consent is cleared before you kick off your flip flops. A woman named Sarah Ransome says that she was raped multiple times by Jeffrey Epstein while on the island.

In Episode 3, a former employee of Little St. James named Steve Cully names some names of the famous men he saw there. Steve, who says he had been to the island at least 100 times and had been in every single building on the island, says he identified lawyer Alan Dershowitz, Bill Clinton, aaaaaand – you guessed it – Prince Andrew, Duke of York. Of the first two, he believes Alan Dershowitz was there for a business meeting and Bill Clinton hung out with Epstein on the porch. But if Steve is telling the truth, then Andrew was obviously more interested in being that creepy horny middle-aged dude in the pool (there’s always one).

“Probably around 2004, I saw Prince Andrew. He was at the pool. He was with, at that time, an unknown girl to me. She was young. She didn’t have any top on. They were engaged in foreplay. He was grabbing her and grinding against her.” (He later says he believes that the young girl was none other than Giuffre.)

Steve adds that he used to almost always see guests accompanied by very young girls, often topless. Steve finally quit working for Jeffrey Epstein because his daughters were teenagers at the time, and he was “disgusted” at what he saw.

This recent revelation is similar to one we heard back in February from Denise George, Attorney General of the US Virgin Islands. She claimed an employee of Little St. James had seen Andrew on a balcony, groping various women. Said employee knew it was allegedly Andrew, because they addressed him as “Your Highness.”

Andrew did finally come around to admitting that he was friends with Jeffrey Epstein, and claimed that he broke up with him in 2010, one year after Jeffrey served a 13-month sentence for pleading guilty to solicitation of a minor. It’s not know if he’ll release a statement regarding the claims in Netflix’s docuseries. I’m sure he’ll get right on that, just as soon as he’s done ignoring the FBI’s repeated requests for an interview.

But also, Andrew will need to once again think of a creative way to deny that he was ever seen on the island of Little St. James, possibly in a pool with Virginia Giuffre. Maybe he’s got a severe allergy to chlorine and will only swim in freshwater lakes and ponds? It might work. After all, he does strongly resemble a leech.

Here’s the trailer for Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich, and keep an eye out for Andrew’s cameo at the 1:45 mark.

Pic: Wenn.com

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