Convicted trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell claims an iconic image of Britain’s Prince Andrew wrapping his arm around the waist of then 17-year-old Virginia Giuffre is fake.
In 2021, Maxwell was convicted of conspiracy to induce a minor to participate in an illegal sex activity, transporting a minor to engage in an illegal sex activity, transporting a minor to engage in an illegal sex activity, conspiracy to engage in sex trafficking and sex trafficking a minor, acc Department of Justice.
She was sentenced to 20 years in prison for her role in the sex trafficking operation led by Jeffrey Epstein, who died in a New York City correctional facility in 2019 from what was ruled a suicide.
After The sunDuring an interview filmed at Tallahassee Federal Correctional Institute, Maxwell said, “I don’t remember meeting one. And I don’t think this picture is real.”
“There is no original of this photo, (only) copies of copies and parts of it look like they have been photoshopped, according to some experts. I don’t remember them in my house,” she said.
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Maxwell remarked that the possibility that such an image could exist is not absurd.
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“I know Virginia traveled with Jeffrey, so it’s entirely possible. There was nothing so outrageous out of left field that it couldn’t have happened,” she said.
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“But the photo doesn’t appear to be real. And I don’t remember it being taken. I have no recollection of Virginia meeting Prince Andrew,” she said.
Prince Andrew settled down last year with Giuffre, who is now Virginia Roberts. Roberts had sued the prince, claiming she was forced to have sex with him when she was 17.
Maxwell has previously said the picture could be a scam.
In an interview last year with author Daphne Barak, published by the Daily Mail She said the 2001 picture, which Roberts said was authentic, may not have been a real photo.
“At this point, I no longer believe this is a true picture, and I don’t believe it is what it appears to be,” Maxwell said in the interview.
Although she said the picture looked real in a 2015 comment, she said last year that she meant, “I recognized the setting of this photo, nothing more.”
“I don’t know exactly how many dots, but there are over 50 issues with the image. So I don’t think it’s a true picture,” she said.
Convenient for Ghislaine Maxwell to claim Prince Andrew never met sex trafficking victim Virginia Giuffre a month before the end of the silence, for which Andrew paid over $12 million.
And that just a few months before the coronation of King Charles. Andrew’s PR team is working at full speed! pic.twitter.com/fj9vxES1Qq
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Lisa Bloom, an attorney representing some of Epstein’s victims, has reportedly defended herself against the lawsuit itv.
“Your claim that the photo was manipulated has zero credibility. No evidence was used in court when her lawyers had the opportunity. It’s easy to make public statements. You can say what you want, but proof goes to court and not proof that this photo was tampered with,” Bloom said.
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