Epstein’s ‘Sex Slave’ Says Sex With Prince Andrew Was ‘The Longest 10 Minutes Of My Life’
Jeffrey Epstein “sex slave” Virginia Roberts Giuffre reportedly referred to her alleged sexual tryst with Prince Andrew as “the longest ten minutes of my life.”
The New York Post reported that Giuffre made this claim in her manuscript for “The Billionaire’s Playboy Club,” which is about the abuse she suffered at the hands of the late billionaire pedophile, his alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell, and the various wealthy and powerful men that she claims they forced her to have sex with.
Giuffre wrote in her manuscript that her first encounter with Andrew happened when she was 17, and that she remembers him “adorning my young body, particularly my feet, caressing my toes and licking my arches.”
“It wasn’t hard to get him wound up to the point where he just wanted to have the rest of me so we dried off from the cold and retired to my bedchambers for the longest 10 minutes of my life,” she said.
“Moments later and without any real emotional attachment, he burst in ecstasy, leaving me to my own feelings of dismay,” Giuffre added. “As relieved as I was to see the experience come to pass with him, it was finally sinking in that I would never be anything more than but a muse.”
Giuffre claims to have had sex with Andrew on three separate occasions. He has denied ever having had sex with her.
In this same memoir, Giuffre wrote that Maxwell “loved to brag about her rendezvous with various lovers.”
“Once she came back giddy as a schoolgirl with an explosion of news, with all the build up and excitement in her voice you’d think she was the next crown princess,” Giuffre wrote. “But she had given George Cooney a b*****b in the bathroom at some random event. She never let that one down.”
Epstein committed suicide in federal custody last summer while awaiting trial on various sex charges. Maxwell was arrested last month, and she has been remanded to a prison in New York City until her trial, which is scheduled to take pace next July. A judge ordered the 58 year-old British socialite to be remanded after determining that she posed a significant flight risk, given her immense wealth and international connections.