Maxwell unsealed documents: underage Victim made to have sex with ‘powerful prince and politicians’

Epstein-Maxwell unsealed documents: Underage girl made to sleep with 'mystery prince'

In recent unsealed documents from Ghislaine Maxwell’s case depositions show underage rape of girls from powerful men including princes, politicians and entrepreneurs.

Virginia Giuffre – who now goes by Virginia Roberts and has accused Prince Andrew of raping her in the early 2000s in London and New York – also claims to have been made to sleep with the high ranking people whilst underage.

Now in her 30s, Miss Guiffre’s depositions said in her depositions she was forced to have sex with these ‘powerful men’ including politicians, entrepreneurs, a scientist, a fashion designer and “another prince that I don’t know his name”.

When asked if she could remember “anything else” about the men, she said: “This is very hard for me and very frustrating to have to go over this. I don’t recall all of the people. There was a huge amount of people that I was sent to.”

The documents are from a now-settled defamation lawsuit filed by Ms Giuffre and released by US District Judge Loretta Preska.

All the men who have been named in the documents and accused have denied allegations.

Virginia Roberts Giuffre and her lawyer David Boies

In another of her depositions, she had wrote that the Duke of York had whispered “sweet nothings” in her ear and kissed her neck while on the dance floor of the nightclub Tramp during an evening out with Epstein and his ex-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell.

Ms Giuffre wrote: “I would just giggle not really knowing how to reply to an ageing man with a bad smile and terrible moves.”

Ms Giuffre wrote: “He was adorning my young body, particularly my feet, caressing my toes and licking my arches.”

She claims she was forced to have sex with Andrew on ‘multiple occasions’ and that he and Epstein had been close friends since university.

Documents of emails between Epstein and Maxwell after the allegations came to light in 2015 were also released by the court.

Responding to an email from Maxwell, Epstein – who was by then a convicted sex offender – wrote: “You have done nothing wrong and I (would) urge you to start acting like it.”

He suggested she go outside and hold her head high, “not as an (escaping) convict”.

Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein

Maxwell is herself now in custody and awaiting trial and is being held in the same prison that Epstein apparently hung himself.

She is charged with child sex trafficking and if found guilty faces up to 35 years in prison.