A journalist has offered Prince Andrew $7 million if he would take a lie detector to prove his innocence after being connected to Jeffrey Epstein's alleged pedophile ring.
Ian Halperin is offering £5 million (or approximately $7 million US dollars) to Andrew "to come clean and take a polygraph test with a world-leading polygraph examiner," told Page Six.
According to Halperin's book, "Controversy: Sex, Lies, Dirty Money," he says that the British royals sicced the media on Meghan Markle and husband Prince Harry to distract people from Andrew's links to Epstein.
'SURVIVING EPSTEIN' TRAILER
Prince Andrew was forced to step back from public duties following his disastrous interview in November about his late friend, Epstein. He attempted to distance himself from the scandal -- but the evidence of their close ties was overwhelming.
The U.S. Justice Department has formally requested to speak with British royal Prince Andrew as part of its investigation into the deceased billionaire, Epstein. Prince Andrew has reportedly refused to cooperate.