Report: Prince Andrew Allegedly Used Puppet Of Himself To Grope Victims

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Virginia Roberts Giuffre made the allegation in the manuscript of her unpublished book, 'The Billionaire Playboy's Club'

Jeffrey Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre reportedly wrote in the manuscript of her unpublished book, The Billionaire Playboy’s Club, that Prince Andrew used a puppet of himself to grope her and another victim at Epstein’s Manhattan home, according to Vanity Fair.

  • The Mirror first reported on the manuscript, “which was released by New York Judge Loretta Preska last week as part of a large batch of unsealed documents from a now settled civil defamation case between Giuffre and Maxwell,” Vanity Fair wrote.
  • The Mirror also reported that “Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell gifted Andrew his own caricature puppet from the satirical ’80s British TV show Spitting Image in April 2001.”
  • In the manuscript, Giuffre wrote “that she met Andrew around that time in the first-floor study of Epstein’s Manhattan home and ‘he looked me up and down like a shiny new car on display and he was about to take it for a test drive.’”

“It was easy to give them the reaction they desired, all I had to do was pretend to be entertained by their lewd gestures, and when Andrew cupped my breast with a doll made in his image, I only giggled away,” she continued. “Ghislaine wanted to take a picture of the bizarre scene and even got Johanna [Sjoberg], another one of Jeffrey’s so-called personal assistants to come sit on his other knee for the snapshot.” After “many crude jokes,” Giuffre then claims that she was ordered to take the prince to the “dungeon” for an erotic massage.

  • According to Vanity Fair, Sjoberg “testified to this incident in a 2016 deposition in Giuffre’s case against Maxwell, saying under oath, per The Mirror, ‘I sat on Andrew’s lap…they took the puppet’s hands and put it on Virginia’s breast, and so Andrew put his on mine.’”

“Giuffre previously claimed she had sex with Prince Andrew three times as a teen, allegations he has categorically denied,” Vanity Fair noted.

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