Britain's Prince Andrew 'categorically' denies sex claims

By Andrew MacAskill and William Schomberg

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What a swamp.

Reminds me of Eyes Wide Shut.

I've lost count of the amount of paedophile scandals among the elite, especially in the UK.

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I suggest you go on youTube, if you are not in the UK, and watch this horror show of an interview. Andrew comes out as a self absorbed, self obsessed thicko who has zero empathy. He did not mention Epstein's victims at all, declared he had done nothing wrong, was not ashamed of his friendship with Epstein and 'did not recollect' anything. The man is a disgrace. The scary thing is, he thought he had done well after the recording.

The Pizza Express in Woking has never had so much interest.

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Prince Andrew & the Epstein Scandal: The Newsnight Interview - BBC News.....

Unscrupulously and sordid. A sleazy squalid arrogant man.

Are the UK public to believe Prince Andrew made an alleged trip to Woking Pizza Express then returned to don pipe and slippers for an evening in do doubt sipping a Royal mug of Horlicks?

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The men around Epstein just don't get it even now. This interview is proof.

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colored by my tendency to be too honorable

Do even the hardest core royal worshippers believe this? What a repulsive twat.

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Prince Andrew literally got caught with his pants down.

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Brockman writes: “I realized that the recipient of Irina’s foot massage was his Royal Highness, Prince Andrew, the Duke of York.”........

Prince Andrew was seen getting foot massage from young woman at Epstein's apartment – report

I couldn't help but laugh out loud reading a comment below the BBC you-tube interview.....

This interview was like watching someone run through a field of rakes”......I know this is not a jovial matter but it spot on.

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This interview is evidence to show/prove how closeted and separated from society the world Prince Andrew moves around in.

It seemed to have never occurred to the Prince, Emily Maitlis interrogates UK senior politicians on a almost daily basis.

Prince Andrew is no match for Emily Maitlis.

Emily Maitlis didn't just grill him, she launched Prince Andrew on to the BBQ. It is toe curling to listen to.

This is what the deep and smelly looks and sounds like.

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Just watch how Andrew's eyes blink repeatedly when he was asked about sleeping with the teenage girl. Something like 10 blinks in 10 seconds- a sure tell that he is feeling pressure and lying. Also he repeatedly looks down and his eyes dart about. What a scumbag.

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I think we can see here why Epsteins life was so rapidly abbreviated.

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People think that this is strange behavior for Royalty-it is not.

Plenty of examples in history show it to be so...

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The backlash is enormous. No one believes him. No one remembers seeing him in Woking, doctors have come forward to sat they have never heard of this adrenalin surge sweat free condition Andrew claims he had, and a bloke who used to work in Tramp said the place is so small you see the bar when you walk in.

A former diplomat has said that the only time Andrew told the truth in that interview was when he said he had never bought a drink.

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This is probably the worse moment by a member of the royal family since King Edward VIII abdicated in 1937. Randy Andy has put it all out so impossible to deny it now. Deeply embarrassing for his mother and his female children.

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