A new witness has come forward with claims against Prince Andrew (Picture: PA)
The four-part series interviews numerous people who were close to the billionaire paedophile, including new witness Steve Scully.
Scully worked as Epstein’s internet specialist at his Caribbean island, Little Saint James, which became known as ‘Paedophile Island’ for the rumoured abuse that went on there.
In the film, Scully claims he witnessed the Prince at the compound with a young woman, years before Epstein was first convicted of soliciting a minor for sex.
Speaking in the documentary, Scully said: ‘It was probably around 2004, I saw Prince Andrew. He was at the pool. He was with, at the time, an unknown girl to me.
‘She was young, She didn’t have any top on. They were engaged in foreplay. He was grabbing her, and grinding against her.’
The Duke of York posed with Ms Giuffre at Ghislaine Maxwell’s in London (Picture: Rex Features)
But a close friend of Prince Andrew’s told MailOnline: ‘We question why it has taken this witness nearly 20 years to come forward to share his recollections, but it perhaps explains why they are somewhat faulty.’
‘The Duke was actually staying on the island with his girlfriend at the time, a woman in her 30s,’ they added.
‘As usual, there is no accusation of any criminality, just insinuation and innuendo designed to traduce the Duke – the latest in the on-going smear campaign – waged now for some 10 years.’
Virginia Roberts-Guiffre appears in the documentary (Picture: Netflix)
The new documentary sees 16 women open up about claims they were trafficked and abused by Jeffrey Epstein while they were underage – including Virginia Roberts-Guiffre, who alleges the Duke Of York was one of the people she was told to sleep with.
Giuffre’s lawyer, David Boies, has said she does not remember the specific incident described by Scully.
Prince Andrew has always adamantly denied any sexual activity with Roberts-Guiffre, and any knowledge of Epstein’s horrific crime ring.
In an interview last November about his relationship with the business tycoon with Emily Maitlis, he claimed that he ‘dropped the ball’ by remaining friends with Epstein after his first conviction, but maintained he knew nothing of his pal’s crimes.
He also slammed Roberts-Guiffre’s claims that he had slept with her in London when she was 17, and brought into the trafficking ring.
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The royal attempted to discredit her accusations by stating he was at Pizza Express on the day of their alleged encounter.
The Duke stated in the interview: ‘I have no recollection of ever meeting this lady, none whatsoever.’
Metro.co.uk has contacted royal representatives for further comment.
Jeffrey Epstein: Flithy Rich is available now on Netflix.
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