Prince Andrew “Person of Interest” in US Epstein Inquiry: Report

  • Some U.S. prosecutors are investigating possible Jeffrey Epstein co-conspirators.
  • A source said Reuters they see Prince Andrew as a person of interest and want to interview him.
  • This means that he is considered, at the very least, as a potential witness.
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Prince Andrew, son of Queen Elizabeth II, is a person of interest in a US investigation into persons linked to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, Reuters reported, citing an anonymous source.

The person told Reuters that U.S. investigators are keen to question the prince as they search for possible Epstein co-conspirators.

“As a person of interest, he is seen at least as a potential witness,” Reuters wrote.

It was not clear which law firm these investigators were working for.

Epstein committed suicide in prison in August 2019 while awaiting trial on charges of child trafficking.

Investigators are looking for people related to him.

Earlier this month, Andrew was sued in New York City by Virginia Giuffre, who said Andrew had sex with her when she was 17 in a mansion owned by Epstein. She also says she was trafficked by Epstein to have sex with the prince.

Andrew has repeatedly denied the charges. Reuters reported that his office declined to comment on the outlet.


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