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UK's Prince Andrew 'appalled' by Jeffrey Epstein claims

Deutsche Welle Monday, 19 August 2019
The British royals reject allegations of the prince's involvement in the Epstein sex scandals. Buckingham Palace released a statement after a video resurfaced from 2008 where Andrew was seen at Epstein's New York home.
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Prince Andrew Releases Statement Distancing Himself From Jeffrey Epstein. In a statement released on August 19 by Buckingham Palace, Prince Andrew said he was "appalled" by Jeffrey Epstein's alleged crimes. His Royal Highness deplores the exploitation of any human being and the suggestion he would...

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