PRINCE Andrew stayed at Jeffrey Epstein’s mansion at the same time as a horrifically abused sex slave, it was reported.
The woman, who was in her early 20s, suffered abuse that was “too graphic and perverted” to be heard in a court, documents filed as part of a lawsuit say.
The Duke of York has faced intense scrutiny for his friendship with the 66-year-old wealth financier who took his own life while awaiting trial on child sex trafficking charges.
He has admitted staying with Epstein at his New York mansion in 2010 but has always vehemently denied he witnessed or took part in any wrongdoing there.
But the Mail on Sunday reports that it has gathered evidence that the victim was in Epstein’s Upper East Side during Andrew's six-day stay, during which he was photographed waving from the door.
The woman, who was then in her 20s, was groomed by Epstein as a teenager, sexually assaulted and forced into a sham lesbian marriage, the paper says.
Eyewitnesses and official records indicate the woman, referred to as ‘Katyln Doe’ to protect her identity, visited Epstein's £60million home when Andrew was there.
A source, who was also inside the property at the time, told the Mail on Sunday she believes the woman may even have given the Duke a foot massage while they watched The King's Speech with Epstein.
According to a lawsuit filed in New York, Katlyn endured seven years of shocking sexual abuse by Epstein after meeting the paedophile aged 17.
“Jeffrey Epstein … used fraud, the threat of force, or coercion to cause [her] to engage in commercial sexual acts the details of which are too graphic and perverted to include in this public hearing,” legal documents state.
Katlyn’s case is one of the many being pursued against Epstein’s estate.
Legal documents say he gave her free haircuts, beauty treatments and medical care, and made her feel “indebted'” so she had to have sex with him.
He stopped having sex with Katlyn in 2014 when she was 25, because she was “too old” and she was forced out of an apartment provided by leaving her homeless.
Her lawyer Bradley Edwards: “I cannot discuss any of the current cases being litigated.”
Prince Andrew has faced numerous calls to co-operate with an FBI investigation into Epstein and to be interviewed by lawyers for his victims.
A spokesperson for the lawyers acting for the Duke of York said: “We will not comment on allegations made by a so-called witness who has chosen to wait ten years to come forward and has chosen to remain anonymous.”
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