Ghislaine Maxwell sex lair butler says Prince Andrew must tell FBI all he knows

A butler who helped convict Ghislaine Maxwell has urged her pal Prince Andrew to speak to the FBI after a lawyer said the Duke should “tremble in his boots”.

Juan Alessi worked at her friend Jeffrey Epstein’s mansion and was one of the main witnesses in the sex trafficking trial of the British celebrity in New York.

So far, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the Duke has refused to speak to them while they continue investigating Epstein, Maxwell, and their staff.

Andrew is also being sued for sexual abuse and rape by billionaire Epstein’s former teen “sex slave” Virginia Giuffre, which he vehemently denies.

Before Maxwell was found guilty in New York, Mr. Alessi said, “He [Andrew] should speak to the FBI, if nothing else, to clarify.

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“I believe what Virginia is saying, even though I don’t know the truth about what happened between her and Andrew. I never saw Andrew and Virginia together. “

Lisa Bloom, who represents eight victims of pedophile Epstein, said Wednesday’s court ruling made the prince an avowed close friend of a child sex dealer.

“He should be shaking in his boots,” said Ms. Bloom. “This shows that a jury is ready to come back with a guilty verdict, even if the accusers are imperfect like no one is.”

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Maxwell, 60, has been convicted of five cases of sex trafficking, care and abuse of minors with Epstein.

If she is convicted early next year, she faces a maximum sentence of 65 years in prison.

Shortly after the verdict, her family announced they would appeal.

She had previously spoken to a producer on US broadcaster ABC in the courtroom, which led to speculation that she would soon be able to name names.

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Ms. Giuffre is suing Andrew for unspecified damages, alleging he sexually abused her three times in 2001 when she was 17 years old.

She claims she was abducted to London, where she was forced to sleep with Andrew as his friend Epstein’s “teen sex slave”.

The 61-year-old prince has “absolutely and categorically” denied her allegations.

Ms. Giuffre said after the Maxwell trial: “I hope this is not the end, but rather another step in justice.

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“Maxwell didn’t act alone. Others must be held accountable. I have faith that they will be. “

Mr Alessi recalled Andrew visiting Epstein’s mansion in Palm Beach, Florida twice, but said he had never seen himself partake in any sexual inappropriateness. He said Maxwell and Epstein were both there.

He said, “I’ve never seen [Andrew] massaged naked or straight. When he got a massage, everything was upstairs behind closed doors.

“I’ve never seen him kiss anyone. I never saw how he patted anyone. “

Andrew, Virginia and Maxwell in London in 2001

Mr. Alessi, who claimed he saw naked girls by the pool when Andrew stayed, said Epstein’s house was “full” with nude pictures of young women.

When asked whether the prince had seen her, he replied: “One would have to be blind not to see her. Pictures of young girls, objects and ornaments all over the house. “

Mr. Alessi announced that he had spoken to the FBI and police about Maxwell decades before her conviction, but she was not arrested at the time.

He said he drove Maxwell to Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago property in Palm Beach when she first picked up teenage Giuffre, who was a worker there at the time.

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Mr. Alessi said of Maxwell: “She was terrible. She was the devil. She was a terrible person. The way she treated people. She absolutely knew what Epstein was doing. She was the one who found the girls for him.

“Once she let me drive her to Mar-a-Lago to look for girls, and that’s where she found Virginia.

“She spent all day recruiting girls. I was the one who drove.

“I would drive the car, go to this massage parlor. she [Maxwell] would go in, take the cards. Business cards. It was strange because she was getting women for this guy.

“I only saw two young girls in [Epstein’s] house – Virginia and a girl who later became an actress.

“They are the only two underage girls, and why did I know they were underage? Because I had to go to school to pick her up. He would say: ‘Get them up’. “

The actress to whom Mr. Alessi is referring testified under the pseudonym Jane at Maxwell’s trial.

Mr. Alessi testified that he met her for the first time in 1994 and said: “She seemed young. I would say 14, 15. “

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Like Mrs. Giuffre, he paid her $ 200 every time she visited Epstein’s house for unfamiliar, sexualized massages. He said, “I used to withdraw $ 10,000 and pay the girls in cash. Everything was documented. “

He remembered his first meeting with Ms. Giuffre and said, “As far as I know, she had a massage.

“She never said, ‘Juan, I wish I had told you because I know you would have done something.’

“I am a father. I would have fucking blown this guy who was much younger than me.

“I would have said, ‘F *** you, I’m going. I’m going to the police. ‘”

During Maxwell’s trial, the jury was shown excerpts from a 58-page brochure entitled Household Manual, which they had prepared for employees.

“They see nothing, hear nothing, say nothing, except to answer a question directly to you,” read one section of the brochure. “Respect your privacy.”

Mr. Alessi testified that he had taken the instructions as “a kind of warning”.

He recalls: “After Ghislaine came into the picture, everything changed.

“[Epstein] was the nicest guy. He came in and talked to me, talked to me about football. She changed him.

“It is very well connected. He was angry because of her.

“She called me and said, ‘You are not allowed to speak to any of the guests, any of the girls. You are not allowed to participate in any conversation. You are not allowed to talk to this girl who comes into the house, President Trump, a senator or a politician, a celebrity. Everyone knew me by my name. She treated me like shit from day one. “

Ms. Giuffre set an Aug. 14 deadline to use New York’s Child Victims Act – which allowed people to bring civil claims against alleged perpetrators – to sue Prince Andrew.

Epstein committed suicide in prison in August 2019. He was arrested a month earlier and charged with child sex offenses.

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