Disgraced Prince Andrew once called a Royal cop 'lardy a**ed c***’ for not letting lady friend in
Prince Andrew has been accused of abusing a royal cop after he didn’t give one of the Duke of York’s female friends access into the Buckingham Palace. Paul Page, who worked at the palace for six years providing armed security for the Queen and the Royal Family, recollected an incident when one of the cops stopped an unidentified woman who claimed that she was visiting the Queen’s son. Apparently, the Duke yelled and abused the cop, calling him a “lardy a**ed c***”
Page told The Sun, “Andrew led a very weird life - he was the only member of the Royal Family we had to bend the rules for. We would let unauthorised and unknown women into the palace after hours for him." Page further said that it was common protocol for a member of Andrew’s team to meet the royal’s guests before they were taken up to the duke. However, after they stopped the unknown woman, she called up Andrew who then passed the call over to the cop. Page said that the officers heard him screaming and shouting, “‘Listen to me you fat lardy a*** c***", let my guest in or I am going to come straight down there’. He was screaming so we let her in. And that was the sort of attitude we got from him. Officers were fearful of digging too deep. He was the only one, we had females coming in who didn't know their names. It stood out like a f** sore thumb,” stated the former royal cop.
Throwing more light into the Prince's personality, the 43-year-old added, “He’s a very angry person, if he doesn’t get what he wants he starts throwing f**** about everywhere." Page explained that Andrew’s poor attitude was “because he was the “Queen's favourite" and was always given "too much rope". “Had a Prince Philip stuffed a bar of soap in his gob when he was a kid the first time he told a servant to f*** off - perhaps none of this would have happened,” he said.
The Duke's link with Epstein and Maxwell
Page attacked Prince Andrew, highlighting the US civil case brought against him by Virginia Giuffre that had an out-of-court settlement, for not cooperating with officials over his alleged links to Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.
Giuffre, who was previously known as Virginia Roberts, claimed she was the victim of sex trafficking by Epstein from the age of 16. Epstein died in prison in 2019 while awaiting a sex trafficking trial. Giuffre said part of the abuse saw her being lent out to powerful men, including Prince Andrew, who is the third child of the Queen and ninth in line to the throne. Giuffre, now 38, claimed the duke sexually assaulted her on three occasions when she was 17 at Ghislaine Maxwell's home in London, in Epstein's mansion in New York and on Epstein's private island in the US Virgin Islands.