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Jeffrey Epstein: lawsuit: Prince Andrew was in the mansion when the victim is the 1st visit to Epstein’s ‘good friend’

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Three new women have been accused of, convicted sex offender, from committing illegal sexual crimes, and Rick Leventhal has the details.

Three additional women who claim to have been the victim of an alleged sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein filed lawsuits against it in the end, the ex-convict’s estate to pick up one of the women who claimed she was introduced to Prince Andrew that the first time she came in Epstein’s Manhattan mansion.

In the proceedings of the federal district court in Manhattan, which were filed Tuesday on behalf of three women, who will remain anonymous, and be on the lookout for an unknown compensation.

“The new cases filed today will be to continue with the litigation,” Stan, pã-ttinger, a lawyer acting on behalf of the 20 Epstein accusers, said Tuesday on ” America’s Newsroom.”

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According to the suit, two of the women claim they were 17, and the third, a woman, a 20-year-old when she was sexually abused by Epstein. All three said they were forced to give Epstein a sexual massage.

Jeffrey Epstein killed himself in his New York jail cell in Aug. 10 as he was waiting for trial on the trafficking of women.
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In a lawsuit filed by a “Lisa Smith,” the plaintiff’s claims, Epstein associate is hired with the then-17-year-old “teach a dance-based exercise class at Epstein’s Manhattan mansion in 2002.

He told her that he would give it to her, “top of the line dancing clothes and are said to be required for the teen to go into the various sexually-charged stretch of the business.” Epstein: “don’t allow her to learn from the exercise, the dance class, she had to be prepared to teach a class,” according to the complaint.

In the lawsuit, “Lisa doe” claims Epstein, told her of his so-called “special funds, and access to the most powerful people in the world” in the introduction of her to a man who was in court as a “Prince” who was visiting in the Epstein house as a “good friend.”

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While the lawsuit does not specifically name “the Prince” Prince Andrew, it refers to the man as a royal family member.”

“The prince is going to engage in a conversation with Jeffrey Epstein, and the Plaintiff, who was shocked that someone as powerful as the royal family member would be engaged in small talk with her,” the lawsuit states in part.

“The fact that Jeffrey Epstein introduced the Plaintiff to the Prince for the first time that they have ever had in the house, the property of the Defendant on Nine of the East, and was part of Jeffrey Epstein’s and which are associated with the company’s scheme, plan, or pattern intended to cause the Plaintiff to believe that he would be able to go in her career, she has worked with him, or, on the contrary, if they do not meet all of the requirements set out by Jeffrey Epstein, he had the opportunity, and would cause the Plaintiff severe damage,”the document claims.

PRINCE ANDREW WAS ‘SHOCKED’ BY JEFFREY EPSTEIN CLAIMS IN SPITE OF THE VIDEO, FROM THE ROYAL TO LEAVE MANHATTAN, THE HOUSE IN THE 2010

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The Duke of York, Prince Andrew is seen leaving Jeffrey Epstein’s New York City townhouse, in a recently published video of a the 2010; Bryan Llenas reports.

After the first meeting, “Lisa doe” claims Epstein, reportedly, asked for massage, “the use of a sex toy on her, by violence, until, finally, to claim that they were “going to go to her dance studio and the dancers.”

Epstein, 66, hanged himself in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center Dec. 10, while awaiting trial on charges of underage prostitution and conspiracy, the New York City medical examiner said in a report released on Friday. The research of the official results, and was followed by a week of speculation over the gruesome death of the federal facilities in Lower Manhattan. Epstein had pleaded not guilty to the latest charges and is being held without bond at the time of his death.

In the wake of the suicide, the charges against the Duke of York’s relationship with Epstein have it’s reemerged, including the allegations made by Virginia Giuffre, who claims that Epstein paid her to have sex with the prince from nearly two decades ago, when she was 17.

In a statement released on Monday, Buckingham Palace said Andrew had been “shocked by recent reports of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged criminal activities.”

“His Royal Highness regrets, is the exploitation of the human being and the suggestion that he might condone, participate in, or encourage this kind of behavior is appalling,” the Palace said.

The statement was released after the Mail on Sunday newspaper obtained a Feb. 6, 2010, the video will appear to show you, Andrew, within the Epstein, the luxurious Manhattan house, and wave to a young woman.

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On Tuesday, the Sydney Morning Herald reported that the woman in the pictures had a “striking resemblance” to Katherine Keating, the daughter of the former Australian prime minister Paul Keating. The political secretary, told the Daily Mail that he was “aware of what the research was about, but he would not be making a comment.”

Buckingham Palace has denied the accusations against him, which the prince, saying Andrew is not a party to the US proceedings, in which his name appeared, and denied any illegality had taken place.

“Any suggestion of impropriety with underage minors is categorically untrue,” the palace said in a previously released statement.

Fox News’ Tamara Gitt, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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