Prince Andrew’s Alleged Fetishes Revealed In Unsealed Virginia Roberts Giuffre Court Documents

Prince Andrew’s Alleged Fetishes Revealed In Unsealed Virginia Roberts Giuffre Court Documents

In newly unsealed court documents, more information has been revealed regarding what went on at Jeffrey Epstein’s private island in the US Virgin Islands. The New York Post picked up on some of these documents this week in which it was alleged that Prince Andrew liked to lick between Virginia Roberts Giuffre’s toes.

She says that she had to spend two days privately with Prince Andrew at Epstein’s ranch. In her book proposal, Giuffre explained some of the sexual fetishes that powerful men had.

The Daily Mail reported on her comments in which she said that it “wasn’t easy” meeting some of the demands of the men who she had to have sexual relations with, and Prince Andrew was just one of them.

Giuffre claims she was pimped out by Epstein and Maxwell, a time during which she had to have intercourse with the British royal three times. Prince Andrew has vehemently denied the claims.

According to Virginia, Prince Andrew “loved” her feet, and loved to lick between her toes. However, Virginia says there wasn’t much passion between them because it was just a job to her, and she was just another girl to him.

Reportedly, Giuffre had to spend time alone with Andrew in 2001, a time when she was 17 and 18-years-old. She had to meet the Duke of York after already having sex with him once in London. Prince Andrew would be 41-years-old at the time.

Virginia, who is now 36-years-old and has three children, explained how when she met up with Prince Andrew, he had the “same old cheesy grin,” which she described as quite a “sight.” She says the Prince would either want to receive a massage or take him “horseback riding.”

When asked by Epstein and Maxwell about how her time with Prince Andrew went, she explained, Giuffre says they looked at her as if they were proud parents. She was reportedly paid $1000 for her time with the Prince.

According to The Sun, some of her accounts had been “fictionalized” for the purposes of the book proposal.