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Prince Andrew's Attorneys Claims His Accuser Was A Sex Trafficker

Prince Andrew's attorneys are claiming that the woman who accused the royal of trafficking her when she was under 18 was a sex trafficker herself who found underage girls for pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

The prince's attorneys have filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit from Virginia Giuffre.

They say she was "involved the willful recruitment and trafficking of young girls for sexual abuse," Epstein.


"She was like the head b—h. She'd have like nine or 10 girls she used to bring to him. She never looked like she was being held captive," a former boyfriend of Giuffre's, reportedly says in the document.

Crystal Figueroa, whose brother also dated Giuffre, said: "She [Giuffre] would say to me, 'Do you know any girls who are kind of slutty?'"

Giuffre's lawsuit against the prince makes several shocking claims.

"On one occasion, Prince Andrew sexually abused [Giuffre] in London at Maxwell's home. During this encounter, Epstein, Maxwell, and Prince Andrew forced [Giuffre], a child, to have sexual intercourse with Prince Andrew against her will," the court documents read.

The court filing continues: "On another occasion, Prince Andrew sexually abused [Giuffre] in Epstein's New York mansion in this District.

"During this encounter, Maxwell forced [Giuffre], a child, and another victim to sit on Prince Andrew's lap as Prince Andrew touched her. During his visit to New York, Prince Andrew forced [Giuffre] to engage in sex acts against her will. On another occasion, Prince Andrew sexually abused [Giuffre] on Epstein's private island in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Little St. James."