Prince Andrew faced a new storm yesterday after Jeffrey Epstein’s Pedo Paul’s prison cell suicide.
Jean-Luc Brunell, 75 – Virginia Geffery, the victim of rape, accused the Duke of providing girls – was found hanged in Paris.
Andrew immediately received calls from investigators to keep his promise to help victims of sex trafficking.
The death – which Epstein portrayed in 2019 – came after Andrew’s 62nd birthday and the 12 12 million settlement of Virginia’s sexual exploitation lawsuit.
Courtney Powell Sorensen, a former Brunel victim and model, said: “It’s time for Prince Andrew to step forward and bring justice to those who have been deprived of the opportunity by the deaths of Brunel and Epstein.
“If it really means what it says in its settlement statement, then it should talk openly with all the authorities it knows.”
Part of Andrew’s statement said: “He pledges to express his regret for his commitment to Epstein by supporting the fight against the evils of sex trafficking, and by supporting its victims.”
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French modeling agent Brunel was found dead at 1 p.m.
Sources said that he was in a single cell, most of which did not have CCTV due to confidentiality.
Virginia tweeted after her arrest in December 2020: “Are you still sweating Prince Andrew? You should be! Your friend Jane Locke is behind bars – remember the girls he killed.” Provided you on the island. “
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She was referring to billionaire Epstein’s Caribbean private resort Little St. James.
French investigators wanted to question Andrew when Brunel – who denied any wrongdoing – was accused of raping and sexually harassing minors by Antipedo police investigating Epstein in 2020. had gone.
Last night, a 60-year-old brother of Guslin Maxwell, an Epstein prisoner, said he was “terrified” of Brunel’s death.
The British socialite was convicted of sex trafficking in the United States last year and is awaiting trial.
Ian Maxwell told the New York Post: “Another death by hanging in a high-security prison. My reaction is shocking and shocking.
Andrew has always strongly denied wrongdoing. Sources close to him insisted in 2020: “He never met Brunel. No, no, no, but.”