Prince Andrew is facing new evidence that he did meet Jeffrey Epstein's sex slave Virginia Roberts, according to her lawyer.
Ms Roberts alleges she was forced to have sex with the royal by his paedophile friend, Jeffrey Epstein, in 2001 aged 17 and then twice more after that.
The prince strenuously denies he ever had sex with her, saying he has no recollection of meeting her.
He also claims he never saw anything that made him suspect Epstein's criminal history, who killed himself while awaiting sex trafficking charges.
But Ms Roberts' lawyer, David Boies, claims further evidence will prove the royal did meet her as part of lawsuits by victims of Epstein.
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Mr Boies told the Mail on Sunday: "There is other evidence that will come out that undercuts his assertion that he didn't know Virginia, had not been with her.
"I think the mistake that he [Prince Andrew] made was thinking that somehow this evidence wouldn't dribble out and now, of course, that's exactly what's happening.
"I think it just puts him in a terrible position and one that could have been avoided, at least in part, if he had simply been more forthright and forthcoming initially.
"A judge in New York in some of the cases has set a discovery cut-off for June, so I think a lot of this will come out between now and June."
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Buckingham Palace has not responded to the claims in the report.
But a spokesperson previously said: "It is emphatically denied the Duke of York had any form of sexual contact or relationship with Virginia Roberts.
“Any claim to the contrary is false and without foundation."
- Prince Andrew
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