Ghislaine Maxwell: ‘No memory’ of Prince Andrew meeting Virginia Giuffre, infamous photo a fake

The first televised interview with convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell since her sentencing is set to air Monday and previews appeared to show her working to discredit alleged victim Virginia Giuffre’s claims against Prince Andrew, including photographic evidence.

Though sometimes joked about, the fact remains that Maxwell’s conviction as it related to the so-called “Pedophile Island” of the late Jeffrey Epstein failed to provide the long-awaited release of his mysterious client list. While many accusations have been thrown about as to who else may be guilty in heinously raping those groomed in the trafficking enterprise, Maxwell endeavored to throw cold water on one of the most readily accepted allegations.

“I have no memory of them meeting,” she told TalkTV’s Jeremy Kyle of Prince Andrew and Giuffre. Despite a widely recognized photo of the three of them together in Maxwell’s home she added, “And I don’t think that picture is real.”

“It is a fake. I don’t believe it is real for a second, in fact I am sure it is not,” she could be heard saying in a clip.

“There is no original of that photo, [just] copies of copies and parts of it, according to some experts, looks like it has been photoshopped. I don’t remember her in my home,” Maxwell further told Kyle according to The Sun.

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In February 2022 it was reported that the son of the late Queen Elizabeth II, who had his royal patronage and military honors stripped prior to the monarchs passing over the scandal, had settled with Giuffre out of court for an undisclosed amount after years of her claiming he had sexually abused her on multiple occasions when she was 17 in New York, London, and on Epstein’s private island.

He insisted the settlement was not an admission of guilt and the filing read in part, “It is known that Jeffrey Epstein trafficked countless young girls over many years. Prince Andrew regrets his association with Epstein, and commends the bravery of Ms. Giuffre and other survivors in standing up for themselves and others. He pledges to demonstrate his regret for his association with Epstein by supporting the fight against the evils of sex trafficking, and by supporting its victims.”

As Prince Andrew attempted to assert his own innocence, so too did Maxwell appear to defending her own narrative on the sex trafficking scandals as she went on to note her take on the photograph did not rule out wrongdoing by the royal.

“I know that Virginia travelled with Jeffrey, and so it’s entirely possible,” the prisoner expressed. “It wasn’t something so outrageously out of left field that it couldn’t have happened.”

The Sun went on to report that Prince Andrew may be seeking to force a retraction of his settlement with Giuffre because of undisclosed new evidence, which suggests he may be prepared to go to court should the alleged victim seek further legal action against him.

Giuffre had dropped another lawsuit that she had against Epstein’s former attorney Alan Dershowitz after she reportedly admitted she “may have made a mistake” with her accusations.

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