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FBI expanding investigation into Prince Andrew’s role in Jeffrey Epstein sex scheme: report


The FBI is expanding its probe into Prince Andrew’s role in the Jeffrey Epstein sex scandal, according to a report.

The federal law enforcement agency plans to interview more of Epstein’s victims over the next two months, who may shed light on the British royal’s involvement in the sex-trafficking scheme, The Sunday Times reported.

“The U.S. investigation is focusing on several potential victims in the hope that they can provide more details about Prince Andrew and his connection to the Epstein case,” Department of Justice sources told the British newspaper.

Queen Elizabeth’s 59-year-old son is accused of having sex with one of Epstein’s alleged victims, Virginia Roberts Giuffre.

Now 35, Giuffre claims she was only 17 when she was offered up to the Prince Andrew for the first time at a London townhouse.

The British blueblood has flatly denied the accusation, claiming it is “without foundation.” He has also stated he regrets his friendship with Epstein after the disgraced financier’s 2010 prison release.

Buckingham Palace asserted back in August that Prince Andrew would cooperate with police if asked.