Re: Jeffrey EpsteinDec 13th, 2019
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December 11, 2019
December 11, 2019 12:53 PM EST
Virginia Giuffre (L) and Prince Andrew are seen in file photos.Shannon Stapleton / REUTERS
Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged victim Virginia Giuffre (formerly Roberts) posted a chilling message warning her followers that if she were to be found dead, no one should assume it was a suicide.
Her remark came after one Twitter user wrote that the FBI “will kill her to protect the ultra rich and well connected” following her claims that she was sexually abused by both Epstein and Prince Andrew.
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“I am making it publicly known that in no way, shape or form am I suicidal. I have made this known to my therapist and GP – If something happens to me – in the sake of my family do not let this go away and help me to protect them. Too many evil people want to see me quieted,” Giuffre, 36, tweeted on Tuesday, Dec. 11.
I am making it publicy known that in no way, shape or form am I sucidal. I have made this known to my therapist and GP- If something happens to me- in the sake of my family do not let this go away and help me to protect them. Too many evil people want to see me quiteted 🦋 http://t.co/8463mPR6YU
— Virginia Giuffre (@VRSVirginia) December 11, 2019
Though she did not name any names, RadarOnline.com readers know Giuffre has made headlines with her explosive claims about Epstein and Andrew, 59. Days before she came forward with her allegations about the wealthy businessman in a Dateline special, he was found dead in his prison cell; and though officials ruled his death a suicide, many insiders have suggested it was murder. Andrew, meanwhile, has denied all claims of wrongdoing, and Giuffre’s accusations against him were struck out by a judge in 2015 for being “immaterial and impertinent.”
Prince Andrew with one of the Epstein’s victims, Virginia Roberts (now Giuffre).
In a recent interview with BBC, Giuffre alleged she was abused three times by Andrew — once at Epstein’s New York apartment, once on a yacht in the Caribbean, and once at the Ghislaine Maxwell’s London home. Maxwell, 57, is accused of having been Epstein’s sex slave recruiter, though she’s denied all claims.
After Giuffre’s expose, the royal agreed to an interview with The BBC, during which he denied having slept with Giuffre and claimed he was unaware of his friend Epstein’s wrongdoings. When asked about a 2001 photograph of him wrapping his arm around Giuffre at a party with Maxwell, Andrew claimed he had no memory of it ever being taken.
After his interview, a Buckingham Palace spokesman said the Duke of York “unequivocally regrets his ill-judged association with Jeffrey Epstein” and “deeply sympathizes with those affected who want some form of closure.” Still, Andrew chose to resign his royal duties days later, claiming that his ties to the late financier had “become a major disruption” to his family’s work. He has since moved out of Buckingham Palace, and his daughter Princess Beatrice has had to postpone her engagement party due to the scandal.