A victim of deceased child trafficker Jeffrey Epstein has accused Britain’s Prince Andrew of raping her friend.
The allegation has been made by Lisa Phillips in a new documentary called “Secrets of Prince Andrew,” which does a deep dive into the British royal’s links to Epstein’s sex trafficking operation.
The doc examines accusations of rape made against Prince Andrew by Phillips and her fellow Epstein victim Virginia Roberts Giuffre.
According to Phillips, her friend, who has not been named, was raped by Andrew on Epstein’s notorious private island in the Caribbean, Little St. James – aka “Pedophile Island.”
Andrew, the Duke of York, met the now-dead felon in 1999.
The two men were introduced by British heiress Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s girlfriend at the time.
Maxwell is now in a Florida prison serving a long sentence for her role in Epstein’s sex trafficking ring.
“[Andrew and Epstein] became extremely close,” royal biographer Andrew Lownie reveals in the documentary.
“You know, real best buddies.
“There were seven different numbers for Andrew in Epstein’s little black book.”
According to Lownie, Epstein allegedly “had the most intimate details of Andrew’s life.”
Lownie claims that “Epstein said, ‘There’s only one person who likes sex more than me, and that’s Andrew.’”
“There’s no doubt that they were seeing each other almost every month,” he claimed.
Lownie said that Epstein and Maxwell were often welcomed into 63-year-old Andrew’s royal life.
“They stayed at Balmoral [the late Queen’s official residence in Scotland].
“They were at Sandringham [the Royal Family’s country retreat].
“They were invited to personal birthday parties at Windsor [Castle – a residence of the Royal Family].
“They met other members of the royal family,” Lownie said.
“Epstein and Ghislaine were invited to the heart of the British monarchy.”
Dickie Arbiter, who served as a Buckingham Palace press secretary, claimed that “Andrew would’ve sought permission from the queen to invite him” to “private events.”
“The queen would believe her children,” he added, noting that “Andrew fell under his spell. [Epstein] could provide exotic holidays. He could provide yachts, provide girls.”
45-year-old Phillips revealed she met Epstein and Andrew when she was on a modeling shoot in 2000 on an isle in the West Indies.
The location was not far from Epstein’s “Pedophile Island.”
Phillips’ friend, whose name has never been revealed, invited herself and other models to the residence.
Not thinking that anything was out of the ordinary, Phillips said naively tagged along.
Phillips said she had heard that Epstein “does amazing things for models” and was reportedly “a really great guy.”
“The island was like a fortress that very little people knew about so if any information got to the outside world, that would be very bad for Epstein,” she said.
While she was there, she met the prince during dinner.
“The model had said to me, ‘Did you know that was Prince Andrew?’” Phillips shared.
“I don’t think I was supposed to even see him, but he walked up at that moment to say goodbye.”
Phillips then noted that Epstein had persuaded her to stay on the island because he didn’t want her to tell people that she saw Andrew there.
“Knowing that Jeffrey introduced me to a prince, he didn’t want anybody knowing about it,” she said.
He urged her to rest and relax at the beachy peninsula and said that he would often be “nice” to her and act “interested” in her future.
“I was completely groomed by this man and was doing everything he wanted,” she said.
“It was sexual abuse.”
“At the time, the girls didn’t think Epstein was a bad guy.
“They looked up to him and felt like he cared about them.
“But when you look back on it, he was abusive and we were groomed and manipulated,” Phillips recalled.
She then claimed that one evening, her friend came to her sobbing and admitted that Epstein had allegedly instructed her to have sex with Andrew in a private room.
She stated: “It was traumatic for her and after that, she was not the same.
“Her life went completely out of control.”
Phillips said she asked Epstein why he allegedly encouraged her unnamed friend to have sexual intercourse with Andrew, and she remembered Epstein saying, “It’s good to have things on people.”
“He had a lot of secrets on high-powered men,” Phillips dished.
40-year-old Giuffre also spoke about her experiences as an alleged victim of Andrew.
She claims that she was trafficked by Epstein for the royal in the early 2000s.
Giuffre was only 17 at the time.
Andrew has previously denied all allegations made by Giuffre and even claims he never met her.
The infamous photograph of herself and Andrew hugging in 2001 was released to the newspapers in 2011.
In his tragic 2019 “Newsnight” interview, Andrew claimed he had “absolutely no memory” of that particular photo being taken.
Many of his friends tried to claim the snapshot was fake, according to the documentary.
However, experts have analyzed the image and confirmed that it is genuine.
Andrew also claimed during the sit-down that he and Epstein were “not that close.”
Epstein was arrested in July 2019 on charges of underage sex trafficking.
The case came to a dramatic halt when Epstein was found dead in his prison cell just a month later.
After his death, Giuffre filed a sex abuse lawsuit against Andrew in 2021.
By early 2022, the case between Giuffre and Andrew was dismissed, and he was ordered to pay a settlement of an undisclosed sum to her.
As a result, Queen Elizabeth stripped him of his military and royal titles, and he stepped down from public duty.
Giuffre’s lawyer Sigrid McCawley also appeared in the series and explained that her legal team sent Andrew several letters and subpoenas regarding the lawsuit.
However, he ignored them and kept ducking the legal couriers who were trying to serve him papers.
“He said so many false things in the interview and it was just a road map to tear him apart,” McCawley said of Emily Maitlis’ conversation with the prince on “Newsnight.”
“Andrew and his team were throwing everything but the kitchen sink to the judge in an effort to get [the] case dismissed,” Epstein victims’ lawyer Lisa Bloom added.
Vicky Ward, the Vanity Fair journalist who wrote a bombshell exposé on Epstein in 2003, claimed that Epstein’s appeal for Andrew was because the disgraced royal liked to “consort with people who had lots of money, like millionaires like Epstein and Ghislaine.”
“Epstein sold himself as this brilliant genius,” Ward said.
“I was a journalist investigating Epstein and he was this very mysterious Gatsby-like figure who famously loved this extraordinary posh lifestyle.”
“Jeffrey Epstein was incredibly skilled at reading people and at manipulating people,” she said.
“Prince Andrew was not the only person to be fooled by Jeffrey Epstein. Jeffrey Epstein was a brilliant, manipulative, deceptive con artist.”
Maxwell was also friends with Andrew since they “both knew powerful people.”
“Prince Andrew has always been obsessed with money and this is the world that he thinks he belongs in,” Ward added.
Ward noted that Epstein introduced Andrew to powerful figures like former President Bill Clinton.