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Epstein & Prince Andrew saga: Duke of York ‘laughed’ while attending topless photoshoot involving a teen, new book claims

Epstein & Prince Andrew saga: Duke of York ‘laughed’ while attending topless photoshoot involving a teen, new book claims

An explosive new book claims that Britain’s Prince Andrew went to a topless photoshoot with seven or eight Russian models and an alleged sex-trafficked teen at Jeffrey Epstein’s Virgin Islands hideaway. According to the book ‘The Spider’, an investigation into the life and criminal web of deceased business tycoon Jeffrey Epstein, Prince Andrew, Duke of York attended a scandalous photoshoot at Epstein’s Little Saint James island home in 2002.

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Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
October 25, 2020

With respect to Andrew, the person I feel most sympathy for is the queen. On her 21st birthday in 1947, she said “I declare before you all that my whole life whether it be long or short shall be devoted to your service”. She is now 94 years old and still carrying out her duties. She has endured the divorce of Charles and Diana, the scandalous behaviour of Charles and Camilla, the various escapades of Randy Andy and Fergie, the fire in her favourite castle, the recent departure from the family of Harry and Meghan with her youngest grandson, and… Read more »

Diana
Diana
Reply to  Smoking Eagle
October 26, 2020

You need to read the book ‘And What do you Do?’ by Norman Baker to get a better idea of the criminality of the royal family. They have leeched off the British public for long enough and as the queen has disappeared from view I would suggest that the vast sums she draws from the Civil List should be stopped as fast as possible. She’s nothing but a sponger whilst being one of the most wealthy people in the world. Time to stop this outdated charade and use some of her ill-gotten gains to help those thousands of people living… Read more »

Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
Reply to  Diana
October 26, 2020

The majority of the British public do not support your view. In a fairly recent poll, 68% viewed the monarchy as a good thing for Britain. It found that 17% were neutral, whilst only 9% said that it was bad for the country. The queen currently has 74 percent of public support. It is true that the cost of the British royal family is significantly higher than other royal families, but it is also true that it brings in far, far in excess of that amount. The royals, in fact, brought in £430 million more than they cost last year. In 2018, the cost to… Read more »

A sucker born every minute
A sucker born every minute
Reply to  Smoking Eagle
October 26, 2020

£430 million? From what? Tourist peep shows? Put them in a glass cage then, like Lenin or an Amsterdam cat house – along with a coin drop.

Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
Reply to  A sucker born every minute
October 28, 2020

Royal family events, tours of castles, palaces and gardens, fees to see the crown jewels and art collections, postcards, books, films, articles in magazines and newspapers, Trooping the Colour, changing of the guard, souvenirs, clothing (copies of outfits and jewelry worn by members of royal family), pottery, etc., and all the people employed in the above and also in the hotel, restaurant, pub, travel, and entertainment businesses supported by the tourism that the royal family attracts.

It is not just £450 million but £450 million MORE than they cost. So, whatever they cost PLUS £450 million. 

Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
Reply to  Smoking Eagle
October 28, 2020

That should be £430 million. 

Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
Reply to  A sucker born every minute
October 28, 2020

The latest Sovereign Grant accounts show that the monarchy cost £67 million (USD $86 million) in 2018-19. However, it was also shown that the Royal family brought in £1.8 billion to the British economy. I hardly think that £1.8 billion can be generated by tourist peep shows.

Diana
Diana
Reply to  Smoking Eagle
October 27, 2020

£430 million is nothing compared to the amount they hoover up from the poor benighted taxpayer! And if you believe in polls, you probably believe in Father Christmas too.

Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
Reply to  Diana
October 28, 2020

It is not just £430 million but £430 million MORE than they cost. So, whatever they cost PLUS £450 million. 

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