Jeffrey Epstein’s “sex slave” Virginia Roberts Giuffre had sex with a “prince” in France, newly released documents reveal.
Giuffre — who has claimed that she was pimped out for sex with disgraced Prince Andrew — says she once had sex with another prince at the late sex offender’s direction, according to a 2016 deposition for a lawsuit.
“What other world leaders were you sexually trafficked to?” defense lawyer Mary Borja asked Giuffre in her Florida case against Epstein’s former lawyer Alan Dershowitz.
“Prince Andrew for one,” Giuffre said, before adding that she was introduced to another person “as a prince.”
Giuffre, now 40 — who said was recruited as a teen by and pimped out by Epstein to his associates — said she didn’t know the prince’s name and didn’t know from what country he came from but said “he did speak [a] foreign tongue,” as we as “he spoke English well.”
Giuffre said she met the supposed royal in the South of France at a “big party” in 2001 when she was 17 and said Epstein and his right-hand woman Ghislaine Maxwell knew she was being sex-trafficked to the prince.
“They were present before the sexual activity and then I went to have sexual activity with him alone … on the instruction of Epstein and Ghislaine,” she testified.
Giuffre also claimed she had twice seen Bill Clinton on Epstein’s notorious caribbean island, Little St. James.
While Clinton has admitted he flew on Epstein’s plane on numerous occasions, he’s maintained that he never visited the island — notoriously dubbed “pedophile island” by locals.
Giuffre never accused Clinton of any wrongdoing but another Epstein accuser, Johana Sjoberg, testified during a 2016 deposition that Epstein once told her the 42nd president “likes them young.”
There are no records of Clinton having flown to the island and he maintains he knew nothing of Epstein’s perverted nature and crimes.
Another person Giuffre said she saw at the island was former presidential candidate Al Gore, who is said to have attended with his wife Tipper. Giuffre said she had only seen them at at dinner, chatting to themselves. Neither has ever publicly addressed their alleged relationship with Epstein.
The deposition was taken in Giuffre’s since-dropped case against Dershowitz — a former Harvard Law School professor — but released in the cache of documents related to another case she brought against Maxwell in 2015 for defaming her.
The case against Maxwell was settled in 2017 for an undisclosed figure and has since seen the release of troves of documents through the years, uncovering the multimillionaire’s alleged twisted sex network of girls, many of whom were trafficked while underage.
The most recent and highly anticipated wave of 215 documents, totaling thousands of pages, began getting unsealed on January 3, carrying through until January 9. Many of the records had previously come out in the case but had been heavily redacted.
The new documents revealed the identities of roughly 177 people who had previously been veiled by anonymity under the names “Jane Doe” and “John Doe.”
Notable figures who weren’t previously tied to the dead financier before the document dumps include magician David Copperfield and late pop star Michael Jackson.
However, many of the unredacted names were of people who were previously known to have connections to the wealthy hedge fund manager, including Donald Trump, Stephen Hawking and many more.
Prince Andrew — who was stripped of his military and royal titles by the late Queen Elizabeth — settled a lawsuit Giuffre brought against him for $12 million last year.
He has denied her allegations she was forced into sex with him on three occasions.
Epstein, 66, killed himself in a lower Manhattan jail cell in 2019 while he was awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges. Maxwell has since been convicted of recruiting and grooming young girls for sex and is currently serving a 20-year sentence in federal prison.