Virginia Giuffre claims she slept with the Duke of York when she was a teenager and in her first UK television interview, she will reveal new details about her time with Epstein.
In the 20-second clip, Giuffre, formerly Virginia Roberts, said: “I know what happened and there’s only one of us telling the truth”.
Monday's programme, 'The Prince and the Epstein Scandal' will now be one hour long.— Panorama 🌐 (@BBCPanorama) November 27, 2019
Tune in at the slightly later time of 9pm on @BBCOne to watch.#BBCPanorama#Epstein#JeffreyEpsteinpic.twitter.com/ZnmRvvMbC8
The BBC One investigative programme entitled The Prince And The Epstein Scandal airs at 9pm and has been extended to run for an hour.
Though Epstein took his own life in August in a New York prison cell, where he was detained on charges of sex trafficking teenage girls, the investigation into the charges continues.
The Prince and the Paedophile, an episode of Channel 4′s Dispatches series, covers the extraordinary relationship between the pair.
It claims that over the course of 12 years, from 1999, Epstein and Andrew met on at least 10 occasions, with the royal, who is fifth in line to the throne, reportedly staying with him on several occasions.
Private investigator Mike Fisten played a key role in exposing Epstein’s crimes and worked as a lawyer for some of the victims.
He told Dispatches: “When people tell me, I didn’t know what Jeffrey was about, I don’t want to say BS. I’ll just say hogwash. Because if you were around Jeffrey, you were around underage girls. He has no children. He has no nieces… It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that something was going on there.”
Why is Prince Andrew involved?
One of the women caught up in the scandal alleges she was being trafficked...