Virginia Roberts Giuffre, the American woman who accused Prince Andrew of having sex with her when she was just 17, said the king deserves to go to jail for the alleged incident.
Reportedly, Andrew was close to the convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, who took his own life in August, but stated in a statement in August that he was "upset" by the "alleged crimes" of the disgraced financier.
In a new interview with 60 minutes Tara Brown in New York, Giuffre is shown standing in front of the 81-million-dollar Manhattan building by Epstein, which she described as her "prison" during the years she claims to have been maintained as a billionaire's sex slave.
"Prince Andrew should go to jail," said Giuffre in a teaser for the interview, which will air this Sunday.
"I mean, will he ever do it? Probably not, "said Giuffre, who now lives in Australia.
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He laughed that his photo with the real – which he said was taken a few moments before the first of three times he had sex with him – it's a fake.
"Oh, chubby fingers, I know," he said with a sarcastic smile, referring to the claims that Andrew's fingers are fatter than those in the picture.
"This is a real photo. This is Andrew, "he insisted. "It has since been given to the FBI and they have never disputed that it is a fake."
Andrew strenuously denied the "horrendous" claims against him, insisting that he never saw the criminal side of his friend.
"Only one of us is telling the truth. And he will come out, "insisted Giuffre.
His lawyer, David Boies, also said of Andrew: "He cannot hide forever. He cannot travel to the United States without being ready to testify."
Boies claimed that Epstein conducted an "international sex trafficking operation", calling it a "well-oiled machine".
"There are many, many people who have serious faults and I expect a number of them to be prosecuted," he insisted on ongoing investigations after Epstein took his own life in a New York prison in August.
Giuffre states in the new interview that Epstein forced her to have sex with "the world's elite".
"I've been trafficked by other billionaires. I was trafficked by other politicians, "he said.
"They should be appointed and they should be shameful. What they did is horrible. "
He described some of the abuses in detail and how Epstein refused to help even when he feared he might kill her.
"It wasn't a part of my body that they didn't abuse," said Giuffre.
"I would be a victim of trafficking in someone who physically and sexually abuses you, to the point of not thinking that you will live.
"And then you tell Epstein and send it back."
While he was outside Epstein's sumptuous home in New York, he said: "This dwelling represents a prison for me.
"Being a child, I didn't realize what world it was taking me to."
Andrew strongly denied being involved in Epstein's sexual ring.
"(Andrew) was shocked by the recent reports of Jeffrey Epstein's alleged crimes," said Buckingham Palace in a statement in August.
"His Royal Highness deplores the exploitation of any human being and the suggestion he would have forgiven, participated in or encouraged such behavior is repugnant."
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