New video shows Prince Andrew inside pedophile Epstein's mansion two years after he was convicted of sex crimes
A newly uncovered video, reportedly filmed in 2010, shows Britain's Prince Andrew inside convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's Manhattan mansion.
Andrew, who was then serving as the United Kingdom's Special Representative for International Trade, can be clearly seen at the nine-story home of Epstein, the Daily Mail reported on Sunday, August 18.
The video also shows Epstein in the frame walking out of his mansion along with a young, unidentified blonde woman.
According to Inquistr, the clip would have been taken two years after the pedophile was declared guilty of having sexual relations with an underage girl and sex trafficking.
Epstein was re-arrested on July 6 this year over the alleged sexual abuse of young girls in his Upper East Side townhouse and his mansion in Palm, Beach, Florida, between 2002 and 2005. However, he died in his jail cell on August 10.
A New York medical examiner ruled his death as a suicide by hanging but The Inquisitr reported, broken bones in Epstein’s neck appeared more consistent with a homicide.
According to the Daily Mail account on Twitter, it appeared as if Prince Andrew was "entirely at ease but then, for a split second, glances around the door as if to check that no one had witnessed the brief encounter," in the video.
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Meanwhile, a CNN report regarding the documents unsealed the day before Epstein's death saw a woman allege that he had kept her as a "teenage sex slave".
Virginia Roberts Giuffre claimed that in 2001, nine years before the clip was shot, Epstein had forced her to submit to sexual abuse by Prince Andrew.
Despite Epstein completing his sentence, he was required to register as a sex offender in 2010.
Meanwhile, the Royal family has denied the allegations against Prince Andrew, the Guardian reported.
The palace statement read: "It is emphatically denied that the Duke of York had any form of sexual contact or relationship with [Giuffre]. The allegations made are false and without any foundation."
However, there have been questions mounting on Prince Andrew's relationship with the deceased millionaire.
Royal expert, Angela Levin, the author of a recent biography of Prince Harry wrote that the family must "disclose" everything they know about Epstein and the Prince's connections.