A damning testimony … Virginia Roberts told a Jeffrey Epstein “sex slave” that she slept with Prince Andrew in London. The young woman who was 17 at the time is also said to have shown the infamous photo of her posing at Ghislaine Maxwell’s house with Prince Andrew. In an exclusive interview with the Daily Mail, Carolyn Andriano revealed that the young woman had texted her from London in March 2001 to tell her that she was going to dinner with Prince Andrew, Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein. She remembered, “She said they were going to dinner. I didn’t believe her at all, but I had no reason not to believe it. I thought it was far-fetched but, again once she knew rich people and went to fancy parties and stuff like that. “

Explaining why she decided to speak today, Carolyn Andriano said, “I’m doing it because I want all young women to know what happened to me as a teenager and how it affected my life. C ‘is my story and I want to tell it. ” Recalling the photo Virginia Roberts had shown her, the young woman said: “I asked her if she had been to the Palace. And she said, ‘I slept with him.’ I said, ‘What? You’re kidding me,’ and she said, ‘No, I had to sleep with him.’ She didn’t sound upset about it. She thought it was pretty cool. “

Has Virginia Roberts been paid to sleep with Prince Andrew?

During this interview, Carolyn Andriano explained, “Virginia just couldn’t believe it. Maxwell told her she had a surprise for her and I guess the surprise was Prince Andrew. She was excited. I guess that when you meet someone so famous, I would have been excited too. ” Finally, she added: “She said they had dinner and had sex. She didn’t say anything about what they were eating or where they were – it wasn’t. isn’t what we were talking about. It was just that she couldn’t believe she had slept with Prince Andrew. I kept saying, ‘Are you serious?’ And she said, ‘Yes.’ I asked if she was being paid to do it and she never answered me. “

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