Jeffrey Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre was forced to have sex with another mystery prince, unsealed Maxwell docs claim

JEFFREY Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts was forced to have sex with another mystery prince, unsealed court docs claim.

Hundreds of pages of documents have been released after a New York judge unsealed them as the case continues against Ghislaine Maxwell over her role as Epstein's alleged "madam".

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US District Judge Loretta Preska last week ordered the release of large sections of over 80 documents from a 2015 civil lawsuit against Maxwell by Ms Roberts, now Giuffre.

The document labelled in the docket as Exhibit D contains a deposition from Virginia which was taken for the suit and is dated May 3, 2016.

Transcripts of her being questioned by Maxwell's attorneys Laura Menninger and Jeffrey Pagliuca include her being quizzed about powerful men she claims to have had sex with on orders from Epstein.

Virginia reveals she had sex with "another prince" – but admits she cannot remember who he was and adds there was a "large amount of people that I was sent to".

It comes as she has made allegations that Epstein and Maxwell trafficked her to have sex with their friend Prince Andrew.

Andrew denies any wrongdoing over his friendship with Epstein and Maxwell, and alleged last year he has never even met Virginia.

Ms Menninger encourages Virginia to name "politically connected and financially powerful people that Ghislaine Maxwell told you to go have sex with".

She lists off a number of names and adds "another prince that I don't know his name".

There is no suggestion the mystery prince was a member of the British Royal Family.

Virginia adds: "There's a whole bunch of them that I just — it's hard for me to remember all of them.

"You know, I was told to do something by these people constantly, told to — my whole life revolved around just pleasing these men and keeping Ghislaine and Jeffrey happy.

"Their whole entire lives revolved around sex. They call massages sex. They call modeling sex."

Ms Menninger later reiterates the allegation of Virginia having sex with "another prince" as she asks if there is anyone else.

She replies: "I am definitely sure there is. But can I remember everybody's name? No."

Virginia explains that both Epstein and Maxwell were "one and the same person" and they both directed her as to who they wanted her to have sex with.

She claims both of them directed her to "report back" on the encounters and they "worked together".

In another document, Epstein is described as wanting Ms Roberts to describe the sexual activities she had with "man other powerful men" so he could "potentially blackmail them".


And during a tense exchange in which Ms Menninger presses for specific examples of Maxwell acting alone.

Virginia replies: "She's the one who brought me to Epstein to be trafficked in the f***ing first place".

Virginia has claimed that it was Maxwell who approached her under the guise of training her to be a masseur while she was working at Donald Trump's resort Mar-a-Lago in Florida.

She claims to have sex with Prince Andrew at Maxwell's house in London, at Epstein's mansion in New York, and on his private island of Little Saint James.

Virginia also alleges in the deposition that she was coerced into having sex with Maxwell "everywhere" – including New York, Palm Beach, London, France, and New Mexico.

Elsewhere in the unsealed court documents, Virginia also described "girl on girl" orgies with Maxwell by a swimming pool and in cabanas on Little Saint James.

She claimed Maxwell had sex with underage girls "virtually every day" she was around her, describing the socialite as having "very large natural breasts."

The island location became known as "pedophile island", "orgy island", or the "island of sin".

It was a high-security private oasis, claimed to have a ten person shower, underground structures, massage rooms, false doors and a mysterious temple.

The unsealing of the bombshell court documents came as:

  • Epstein's former mentor estimated the late financier had a worth of around $100bn
  • Maxwell's legal team tried and failed to delay the release of the court docs
  • The trove of files revealed startling allegations, including that Epstein tried to guide Maxwell in how to respond to sordid claims

In the May 2016 deposition, documents show Virginia was asked to describe any females she saw Maxwell have "sexual contact with" her "own two eyes."

According to the documents, Virginia replied, "There's so many, I don't know where you want me to start," and was then asked to describe the girls.

Virginia responded, "There were blondes, there were brunettes, there were redheads," documents show.

"They were all beautiful girls. I would say the ages range from 15 to 21."

Email interactions between Epstein and Maxwell were also featured in the documents unsealed on Thursday which appears to show they were contact as late as 2015.

Other allegations also include the Maxwell would take sexually explicit photos of Epstein's victims that amount to "child porn".

Maxwell had filed an emergency motion with the federal appeals court in Manhattan on Thursday, looking to block the release of two additional documents.

Those documents included an April 2016 deposition relating to her sex life and a deposition by an unnamed Epstein accuser.

Making the deposition public, Maxwell's lawyers argued, would make it "difficult if not impossible" to find an impartial jury for her trial.

Depending on how the appeals court rules, two depositions are expected to remain sealed until at least Monday.

Maxwell faces almost a year in prison as she was denied bail while facing trial over her links to Epstein – with her day in court due next July.

She has pleaded not guilty, and her lawyers have accused the victims of trying to turn her into a scapegoat since the death of Epstein.

Maxwell is accused of being Epstein's "pimp" who would procure girls for him to abuse – with victims claiming they would be duped as she claimed she was recruiting models of masseurs.

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