The prominent photo of Britain’s Prince Andrew and Virginia Giuffre, the woman who accuses him of sexual assault, is not real. The image, which has been circulating for years, may have been photoshopped. At least that’s what convict Jesselyn Maxwell says from prison.
The interview was conducted by the British from her prison in the United States TalkTV, a British television station. The interview will air on Monday evening, but excerpts were released on Sunday.
Maxwell was sentenced to 20 years in prison last year for helping Jeffrey Epstein assault girls and young women. His victims were the close and entourage of the millionaire, who died in 2019, the friend of Prince Andrew.
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The photo in question, which also includes Maxwell herself, is said to have been taken in March 2001 at her home. Joffrey claims that King Charles’ brother sexually assaulted her. The Duke of York always denied it.
“I don’t remember this picture being taken”
According to Maxwell, there is no “original” to the image. According to some experts, it appears to be just copies of the copies and parts of them were photoshopped. I don’t remember Giuffre being in my house. The picture does not appear to be real. And I don’t remember it being made.”
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Giuffre tried to take her case to court in the US last year. The Duke of York prevented this by reaching a multimillion-euro settlement.