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Prince Andrew reported to the cops after sex assault claims resurface in unsealed Epstein docs

Prince Andrew was reported to London’s Metropolitan Police by the anti-monarchy group Republic after allegations that he had sexual relationships with minors trafficked by Jeffrey Epstein resurfaced in a trove of unsealed court documents released this week.

The disgraced royal — who was mentioned more than 70 times in the nearly 1,000 pages of documents that Manhattan federal Judge Loretta Preska ordered released last month — was accused of participating in an orgy with numerous underage girls on the late pedophile’s private island in the US Virgin Islands.

A victim referred to as “Jane Doe 3″ in the court papers also said she was “forced to have sexual relations with this Prince when she was a minor” at Epstein’s private island, in New York and at Ghislaine Maxwell’s London apartment.

The Epstein accuser at the center of the document dump, Virginia Giuffre, said she was forced to have sex with Andrew three times around 2001 when she was 17 and 18 years old.

Prince Andrew, Virginia Giuffre, and Ghislaine Maxwell in a photo alleged to have been taken in London in March 2001. DOJ

Giuffre’s since-settled 2015 defamation lawsuit against convicted madam Maxwell is the source of the unsealed documents and renewed interest in the case.

Another Epstein accuser, Johanna Sjoberg, described a time the Duke of York allegedly put his hand on her breast as she sat on his lap for a photo at Epstein’s Manhattan townhouse in 2001 in a newly unsealed deposition from 2016.

Republic said the newly unsealed documents calls for a deeper investigation into Prince Andrew.

Prince Andrew has denied all of the accusations lobbed by Giuffre. AFP via Getty Images
Prince Andrew was fired from his royal duties over his ties to Epstein three years earlier in 2019. REUTERS

“The document is clear that while in London, an individual was forced to have sexual relations with Andrew when she was a minor,” Republic said in a statement posted to X.

“That’s why today Republic are reporting Andrew to the police, demanding that the Met investigate these accusations.”

“It’s simple — the royals should not be above the law. Accusations of criminality should always be investigated thoroughly. THAT’S WHY THE MET MUST ACT.”

The Epstein accuser at the center of the document dump, Virginia Giuffre, said she was forced to have sex with Andrew three times around 2001 when she was 17 and 18 years old. TNS

The Met has not yet commented on Republic’s request for a new investigation into the royal.

The police department investigated Giuffre’s claims that Andrew sexually assaulted her previously and completed that probe in 2021, but did not take any action at its completion.

Andrew, who has denied all of the accusations lobbed by Giuffre, settled a civil claim with her in 2022 for millions without admitting guilt.

He was fired from his royal duties over his ties to Epstein three years earlier, in 2019.

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