Lady Diana: What mysterious contact did you have with Jeffrey Epstein?

In the legal dispute over allegations of abuse against Prince Andrew (61), the Queen’s son could face a trial. The background is the allegations of the American Virginia Giuffre, who has sued Andrew for damages. She accuses him of having sexually abused her several times 20 years ago as a 17-year-old.

Jeffrey Epstein: Contact to the British royal family

Giuffre claims to have been made a sex slave by the now deceased US multimillionaire Jeffrey Epstein and his ex-partner Ghislaine Maxwell together with dozens of other minors. Andrew has been criticized for years because of his previous friendship with Epstein and has therefore ended his royal duties. His lawyers are trying to prevent a lawsuit.

Epstein reportedly claimed to have dated Diana

And now another contact with a royal is causing a stir. Apparently, Princess Diana (?? 36) was also connected to Jeffrey Epstein. Journalist Michael Wolff has published a book with an old Epstein interview. The convicted sex offender, who committed suicide in prison in August 2019, boasted when speaking to the Diana Connection. Epstein is reported to have said: “I went with her occasionally.”

Which events or dates were there? Epstein did not reveal that! There is also no known photo evidence, says Wolff’s book “Too Famous”. The author suggests that Diana was in Epstein’s townhouse in New York.

Diana’s flower girl only claims to have had business contact with Epstein

It is known that Clementine Hambro, the youngest flower girl at the wedding of Lady Diana Spencer and Prince Charles, had contact with Jeffrey Epstein. The two are said to have been friends. In 1999 he invited Winston Churchill’s great-granddaughter to his home in Santa Fe. Hambro was then working for Christie’s auction house. It was a “work trip”, she said in an interview with the Daily Mail in 2020.

Clementine Hambro was also a guest on Epstein’s private island Little St. James. The businessman has also invited underage girls there, allegedly abusing them or forcing them to have sex with rich friends. Clementine Hambro said last year: “I was not molested, nor did I see any abuse there. I was clearly very lucky.”



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