Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged trafficking victim Virginia Giuffre has filmed an interview with the BBC in a move to shatter Prince Andrew’s denials that he had sex with her.
The 35-year-old, who says she had intercourse with the Duke, spoke to Panorama before the Royal appeared on Saturday’s Newsnight.
She is believed to have claimed during the conversation that the prince slept with her when she was 17-year-old Virginia Roberts.
Ms Giuffre, who now lives in Australia with her husband, claims that billionaire paedophile Jeffrey Epstein trafficked her to London from the US.
Ms Giuffre (pictured) says that she had sex with Prince Andrew after Epstein trafficked her to the UK
And Mirror Online reports that she is furious her interview – which was filmed three weeks before Andrew’s Newsnight chat aired – has not aired yet.
A source close to her told the website that she ‘made no bones’ about the Duke’s denial during her sit-down with Panorama, in which she is said to demand he comes clean.
It comes amid speculation that Ms Giuffre’s interview was deliberately held back so that it didn’t jeopardise 59-year-old Andrew’s interview.
Ms Giuffre (pictured) claims that billionaire paedophile Jeffrey Epstein trafficked her to London from the US
The source said the her legal team have now idea why the Panorama interview has not aired.
They claim that every broadcaster to have interviewed Ms Giuffre has aired them ‘almost immediately’ but the BBC hasn’t.
But BBC sources says that the interview forms part of a larger investigation and it is for that reason that it hasn’t yet aired.
Prince Andrew (pictured during his interview with Emily Maitlis on the BBC’s Newsnight) is facing a furious backlash over his relationship with Epstein
A lawyer for three victims of Epstein has demanded the Duke testify to the FBI under oath.
Prince Andrew denied any knowledge of the financier’s perversions during his conversation with Emily Maitlis.
Lawyer Gloria Allred said that she could not see how Andrew would not have known that Epstein was exploiting underage minors.
Spencer Kulvin, who also represents a victim of Epstein, said that Prince Andrew’s decision to go on camera ‘shocked’ him because anything he said could be utilised in a cross-examination.
He added that he doesn’t think there’s any way a man who visited all of Epstein’s homes could be unaware of girls being brought in and out.