Prince Andrew offered $7 million to take Epstein lie detector test

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Emily Smith

Halperin’s book had alleged Andrew was a “sex addict” and a “daring lover,” according to women who claim they were intimate with the British royal after being introduced by Epstein.

Halperin said, “One of Andrew’s ex-lovers said he had a sex addiction because he was always second to Prince Charles … He compared his relationship with his brother … to William and Harry.

“William is looked at as royal material, just like Charles, whereas he and Harry were the bad boys … This led to his playboy lifestyle. He wasn’t getting attention; it made him feel special to get these beautiful women in his bed.”

Halperin has said he uncovered no evidence that Andrew — who has strongly denied allegations that he slept with Giuffre — had sex with underage women, but “there is no doubt that Epstein provided girls to Andrew, and that was the reason they were friends.”

In late 2019, Prince Andrew issued a public statement saying he would be willing to help American law enforcement with their investigation into allegations of sex trafficking by Epstein and his associates.

FBI agents and federal prosecutors in New York reached out to his lawyers and asked to interview him, but there was no response.

Then in January 2020, the United States attorney in Manhattan publicly called out the Prince for breaking his commitment.

“To date, Prince Andrew has provided zero cooperation,” prosecutor Geoffrey S. Berman said.

A spokesperson for Prince Andrew did not immediately get back to us.

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