Ghislaine Maxwell has claimed the infamous photo of Prince Andrew and 17-year-old Virginia Giuffre is a fake, but has not revealed why

Ghislaine Maxwell claims the infamous photo of Prince Andrew with Virginia Giuffre is a fake, but has not revealed why.

The photo shows the Duke of York wrapping his arms around a teenage sex slave who was 17 years old at the time. Maxwell’s Home in London in 2001.


Ghislaine Maxwell claims infamous Andrew photo is fakeCredit: P.A.

Ms. Giuffre used it as evidence for her claim. Andrew sexually abused her three times after being trafficked to the UK by Jeffrey Epstein.

of royal He vehemently denies the allegations and has always claimed that the photos have been tampered with.

Imprisoned socialite Maxwell has revealed that he agrees with his claims in a surprising U-turn.

and interview from prisonshe said: “This photo is not real.

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“The original was never made.”

However, Maxwell refused to say more about Giuffre. $12 million in damages earlier this year — and then, on a negative wave, add: “I don’t even want to start talking about Virginia.”

The prince withdrew his defense against Giuffre’s lawsuit and agreed to pay – turning him into a palatial pariah and barring him from any royal duties.

Epstein’s lawyer Alan Dershowitz I asked her if the photo was real. she replied: That’s right. “

In that regard, Maxwell argued, “I cannot recognize the photograph and I do not believe it to be a real photograph.”

She then claimed that all she wanted to say in the email was that she recognized her home.

“I said it’s that image that I perceive as my home, whatever it is,” she explained in a rambling response.

“But I discovered that the image is true, which I don’t believe. And because the original doesn’t exist, it was never produced. I don’t think that image is the real image.”

Did she reply to Dershowitz without thinking? “If you look at a picture and it’s a picture of you in your house and someone tells you, is it a picture of you? So you don’t ask.

I had no idea at the time that someone had created a photo or done anything with it… I recognized the surroundings of that photo, nothing more.

Maxwell claimed that there were “more than 50 problems with the photo”, which led her to conclude that it was fake.

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Maxwell said in his first interview from prisonCredit: Getty


She was jailed for trafficking girls to be abused by her lover Jeffrey EpsteinCredit: AFP Ghislaine Maxwell has claimed the infamous photo of Prince Andrew and 17-year-old Virginia Giuffre is a fake, but has not revealed why

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