Flight logs prove Duke of York's Epstein girl WAS at key locations

Mail Online | 8/19/2019 | Sam Greenhill;Stephen Wright;Daniel Bates For The Daily Mail
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Pressure was mounting on Prince Andrew last night to answer questions about his paedophile friend Jeffrey Epstein.

Young victims of Epstein begged the Duke of York to help them get justice as the prince was offered the opportunity to give sworn testimony on 'everything he knows'.

Duke - Reports - US - Financier - Sex

After the duke declared himself 'appalled' at reports of the US financier's sex abuse of teenage girls, he was offered the chance to stand by his word and help their cases.

Lawyers said they looked forward to sitting down with Prince Andrew 'as soon as possible', suggesting that he go on the record about Epstein, whom he once reportedly vowed to 'be loyal' to.

Today - Flight - Logs - Daily - Mail

Today it can be revealed that flight logs, obtained by the Daily Mail, show that one of Epstein's victims, 'sex-slave' Virginia Roberts, was flown to London, New York and the Caribbean in 2001.

She has claimed that as a 17-year-old she met the duke in all three places and, in each case, research by the Mail suggests the duke was in the same vicinity at the same time.

Yesterday - Buckingham - Palace - Series - Questions

Yesterday Buckingham Palace refused to answer a series of questions concerning when and where the duke had spent time with Epstein and Miss Roberts.

There is no suggestion the flight logs support the allegation made by Miss Roberts that Epstein 'forced' her to have sex with the duke in those locations and nor does it undermine his repeated and emphatic denials of 'any sexual contact or relationship' with Miss Roberts.

Allegations - Court - Documents - Judge

Her allegations against him, initially made in court documents, were thrown out by an American judge who ordered them struck out as 'immaterial and impertinent'.

But last night, Brad Edwards, a lawyer representing Miss Roberts and others, said the duke might have useful information about Epstein's sex-trafficking operation.

Andrew - Epstein - Friend

Andrew was introduced to Epstein in the 1990s and remained a friend...
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