US Judge Unseals Prince Andrew’s ‘Sex Slave’ Documents Related to Sex Trafficker Jeffrey Epstein
A US Judge ruled that documents related to Prince Andrew’s alleged ‘sex slave’ can be unsealed.
Prince Andrew has repeatedly denied claims he had sex with 17-year-old Virginia Robert (pictured) after Epstein forced her to become a sex slave.
Billionaire pedophile Epstein, 66, was arrested last week on charges of trafficking minors and faces up to 40 years in prison if convicted.
Elites are panicking because Jeffrey Epstein may potentially take down many high profile people.
Two wealthy John/Jane Does last week filed anonymous motions to keep the Epstein records sealed.
Prince Andrew faces further embarrassment after a judge ruled that documents relating to an alleged “sex slave” can be released.
The US Appeals Court has said that 2,000 pages of papers from a defamation suit by Virginia Giuffre, who claims that billionaire businessman Jeffrey Epstein used her as a sex slave, can be made public.
The court said the documents contain potentially damaging information about sexual abuse by “prominent American politicians, powerful business executives, foreign presidents, a well-known Prime Minister and other world leaders”.
In its 27-page ruling, the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals ruled the public’s right of access to court papers overrode the privacy concerns of individuals.
The records will not be made public immediately, as mystery litigants have about two weeks to file a request for all 2nd Circuit judges to consider their arguments for keeping them sealed.