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A PRIVATE investigator working for alleged victims of Jeffrey Epstein claims that the paedophile had up to 13 phone numbers for Prince Andrew.
Mike Fisten, a former police detective sergeant in Florida, claims to have found the dead financier’s address book at his home in Palm Beach.
The allegations feature in a Channel 4 Dispatches programme due to be aired tomorrow.
It will shed new light on the Queen’s second son and his friendship with Epstein, who was found dead in his prison cell in August.
He was facing charges of sex trafficking offences involving girls as young as 14.
Mr Fisten said of the address book: “Looking at the section in London, you could pick out the Duke of York, which is Prince Andrew.
“And when you look at that, under Duke of York, it shows Buckingham Palace, London. He has 13 phone numbers to contact the duke.”
The prince has denied ever participating in, witnessing or suspecting any inappropriate behaviour.
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