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British royal Prince Andrew came under increased scrutiny in August 2019 following the death of Jeffrey Epstein, a convicted sex offender and trafficker, with whom he was allegedly connected in relation to sexual acts committed against minors – allegations that the Duke of York has vehemently denied.
An address book of accused sex offender Jeffrey Epstein contains 13 contact numbers for various residences of Queen Elizabeth II’s second son, Prince Andrew, including Buckingham Palace, Mike Fisten, one of the first investigators who examined the allegations of sex trafficking activities levelled against the US billionaire, will reportedly reveal in a UK documentary, according to The Telegraph.
Fisten said that the book, which was discovered in Epstein’s mansion in Palm Beach, was “a treasure trove of Jeffrey’s activities” and also “showed us the scope of Jeffrey’s travels, girls, and contacts”.
The claims will be investigated in an episode of UK Channel 4’s Dispatches that will be aired on 20 October.
“You could take for instance, if looking at the section in London, you could pick out, the Duke of York, which is Prince Andrew. And when you look at that, under Duke of York it shows Buckingham Palace London”, Fisten reportedly said.
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