JEFFREY Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre claimed the disgraced financier paid her $15,000 to have sex with Prince Andrew, bombshell court documents reveal.
The allegation was revealed in the latest batch of documents stemming from Giuffre’s lawsuit against Epstein’s business partner Ghislaine Maxwell.
Maxwell was hit with the suit by Virginia Giuffre who accused her of being the mastermind behind her alleged sexual abuse at the hands of Epstein.
The two were able to settle in 2017, but none of the terms or in-court discussions were made public.
But last week, a slew of documents relating to the case started to be released at the order of Southern District of New York Judge Loretta Preska.
The latest series of document dumps, made up of legal briefs, deposition transcripts and police reports, follow a cache of filings unsealed on Monday tied to Epstein victim, Sarah Ransome.
Tuesday’s documents include Giuffre’s deposition, where she was quizzed by Epstein’s attorney Alan Dershowitz.
At one point, Dershowitz said, “Were you paid $10 to $15,000 by or on behalf of Jeffrey Epstein for having sex with Prince Andrew?”
To which, Giuffre responds, “Yes, I did receive $15,000.
“I don’t know what equivalent that is to pounds. I received it in American dollars.”
Andrew has denied any wrongdoing since allegations against Epstein and Maxwell were made public.
However, Giuffre claims that Andrew had sex with her after she was trafficked when she was just 17.
Maxwell admitted in her deposition that Andrew had visited Epstein’s so-called Paedo Island, but noted that he was only there once.
She claims the only women present were on Epstein’s staff.
Maxwell also said under oath that she ‘”did not recall” being in London with Giuffre and Andrew – despite photographs showing the three together.
Giuffre sued Prince Andrew in 2021 for battery and infliction of emotional distress, and they settled in February 2022.
It was estimated that he dropped millions of pounds to settle, even after he claimed in a 2019 interview that they had never met.