Earlier this week, I reported on the pictures that completely contradict Prince Andrew’s miserable failure of an interview on the BBC. Shortly thereafter, he was “fired” and lost his salary.
It seems that Andrew’s palling around with convicted billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein has finally caught up to him and he has been forced out of public appearances on behalf of the Royal Family by his mother, Queen Elizabeth, and cut out of his £249,000 annual “salary.” That’s about $319,940.
The New American writes:
Andrew’s troubles began when Giuffre swore an affidavit in 2015 that she had sex with Andrew at least three times in the early 2000s. On one of those occasions, at the apartment of Ghislaine Maxwell, the woman suspected of being Epstein’s procurer, Andrew posed for a photo with Giuffre. Maxwell, also accused of sexually abusing Epstein’s sex slaves, appeared the background.
Flight logs unearthed by the Daily Mail showed that Andrew was at the right places, at the right times, where Giuffre claimed the two had sex.
Giuffre’s affidavit, related to her lawsuit against Maxwell, was released the day before Epstein was found dead in his jail at the Metropolitan Correctional Center on August 10. Epstein, the coroner ruled, hanged himself, but his family and celebrity pathologist Michael Baden dispute that finding. The FBI is probing the death as a possible murder conspiracy.
Andrew has been denying Giuffre’s claims ever since, and sat for an interview with the BBC that turned into a disaster.
The prince again claimed he never had sex with Giuffre, and couldn’t have because of the way she described him when they were dancing at a nightclub in London. Giuffre said he was sweating, and Andrew claimed he couldn’t sweat at the time.
“There’s a slight problem with the sweating, because I have a peculiar medical condition, which is that I don’t sweat, or I didn’t sweat at the time, and that was — was it — yes, I didn’t sweat at the time,” the prince said.
Why was that? Because Andrew suffered “an overdose of adrenaline in the Falklands War when I was shot at, and I simply — it was almost impossible for me to sweat.”
That ridiculous claim of anhidrosis was too much for the Queen and her eldest boy, Prince Charles, who is next in line for the throne.
However, it’s much worse than that.
Andrew’s mistake wasn’t just hanging with Epstein to begin with. He didn’t give up his friendship with Epstein after the Deep State Wall-Streeter registered as a sex offender after his conviction in Florida.
Indeed, such was their friendship that Epstein gave Sarah Ferguson, Andrew’s wife at the time, $24,000 to pay a debt. When that became public in 2011, she called Epstein a pedophile.
That’s when Andrew ended his friendship with the sex pervert.
Or did he? After all, it seems pretty clear that Andrew has a few perversions of his own that are quite in line with that of Epstein.
Of course, the Daily Mail adds:
Prince Andrew’s Pitch@Palace project is to be kicked out of Buckingham Palace in a final humiliation at the end of a catastrophic week for the Duke of York.
The latest humiliation for the Duke of York comes as he also resigned from his role with his beloved Dragons’ Den-style business scheme Pitch@Palace after stepping down from Royal duties.
It follows days of speculation about his future with the successful private initiative he founded for start-ups, which he’d hoped to continue running despite the backlash he faces over his friendship with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
Andrew appears to have bowed to pressure and stepped down, with the Telegraph reporting the move, which came a day after one sponsor said his plans to continue leading Pitch were ‘not tenable’.
He quit just hours after being seen horse riding with the Queen in Windsor Great Park as the duke turned to the Queen for support. It is the first time they’ve been spotted together since she told him to step down from public duties after discussing it with Prince Charles.
His resignation comes after Royal advisers suggested that a trip to Bahrain as guest of honour at one of the initiative’s events.
That’s not all. The Daily Mail also points out that the woman who encouraged him to do the interview with BBC has her own fate.
Andrew’s private secretary Amanda Thirsk, who played a key role in persuading him to do the interview, has been shunted from her role to become the chief executive of Pitch. But sources close to the prince were keen to play down claims that his small team of personal staff – including his private secretary, a PA, a finance executive and an equerry – will also be kicked out of the palace.
‘Pitch and iDEA were always going to move out but his private office will remain here,’ they said.
‘It’s only a very small team anyway but it will just be that little bit smaller because there will be less to do for the foreseeable future.’
The initiative will now be known only as ‘Pitch’ and will continue to be run by the Duke’s former private secretary Amanda Thirsk, sources told The Daily Telegraph.
Of course, the Royals have their own scandals that are too numerous to name in this piece, but if they are shunning one of their own, that is a good thing.
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