Late last year, according to the claims made in a U.S. lawsuit, Prince Andrew was involved in underage sex abuse on one of the many estates of the billionaire banker Jeffrey Epstein, who led a supply chain for minor sex trafficking catered for the rich.
The long-running legal battle gained media attention when the Buckingham Palace stepped in and denied Prince Andrew’s involvement in the sex scandal.
Alan Dershowitz, former Harvard law professor and attorney of Mr. Epstein, was also cited in the court filings and accused of underage sex by one of the four women involved in the trial. Mr. Dershowitz called his accuser a serial liar and asked her to prove her claims.
As a response, the woman, who refused to have her name made public in the media, handed into the court a 23-page paper containing locations, dates, and the names of wealthy men who were involved in Mr. Epstein’s business of minor sex as clients.
The woman, lets call her Jane Doe, said that Mr. Epstein and his clients forced her and other girls to have paid sex when they were under aged. In the recent document, Jane Doe, wrote that she was involved in a 11-person orgy with Prince Andrew when she was 17, back in 2001.
She also said that Bill Clinton was a close friend of Mr. Epstein, and at times even visited the banker’s estates but she never had sex with him, nor has she ever seen the former President having sex with other girls. However, with Mr. Dershowitz she claims she had six sexual intercourses.
But Mr. Dershowitz still denies any personal involvement in the crime and accuses Jane Doe of fabricating the whole story, including former President Bill Clinton’s connection to the case.
Currently, Jane Doe and the other three women want that a federal judge discloses and dismisses the “non-prosecution agreement” between Mr. Epstein and the federal prosecutors. According to the agreement, neither he nor his clients would face federal charges. prosecutors have already denied women any access to the details of plea negotiations.
However, if a federal judge does dismiss the agreement, the U.S. Justice Department is not beholden to bring a case against the defendants. Still, women hope that by making public the agreement, Mr. Epstein and his high-profile connections would sink even more into the public disgrace moat.
Also, the women will have tripled chances of obtaining damages from the U.S. government because their rights had been violated by the secret negotiations.
Mr. Epstein has already served 13 months of a jail sentence and he is a registered sex-offender. According to the court’s papers, he made several undisclosed deals with dozens of women, who brought similar allegations against him.
EDITOR’S NOTE: In its initial form, the article claimed that Bill Clinton was also listed as one of Mr. Epstein’s clients. However, Jane Doe never claimed such thing, she said that she only saw once Mr. Clinton on an island owned by his wealthy friend, but never did she see him getting involved in any sexual intercourse with the girls present there. We apologize for the inconvenience.