Prince Andrew ‘Totally Tormented’ over Name Being Exposed as Epstein’s ‘Client List’ Made Public

Britain’s Prince Andrew is said to be “totally tormented” after a U.S. federal judge ordered that Jeffrey Epstein’s “client list” be unsealed and made public in the new year.

As Slay News previously reported, dozens of Epstein’s powerful associates have been sweating bullets after U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska ruled shortly before Christmas that the documents would be released in January.

The unsealing of dozens of documents will expose the names of 180 people linked to the disgraced late sex trafficker.

The documents are expected to identify the previously redacted names of more than 180 people who are connected to Epstein’s sex trafficking operation in some way.

The redacted names include associates, victims, investigators, and journalists who covered the case.

Andrew is expected to be among those names along with a “former president,” as Slay News reported.

According to the Daily Mail, Prince Andrew is said to be “totally tormented” as he braces himself for the scandal over his links to pedophile Epstein to reignite in the New Year.

The Mail on Sunday has learned that Andrew’s name will appear alongside those of scores of Epstein’s powerful friends when the court documents are published

Some of those on the list have not previously been publicly identified.

The prospect of once again facing intense scrutiny over his friendship with Epstein is said to have plunged Andrew into deep despair over Christmas.

The price reportedly spent the holidays with his brother King Charles and other Royals.

“Andrew’s name is in there,” one source reportedly told the outlet.

“He is beside himself with this latest development and everyone close to him is concerned for his mental wellbeing.

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“He is at a loss, totally tormented.

“He is facing his second Christmas without his mother and now the New Year is going to start with his name being dragged through the mud all over again.”

Judge Preska last week ruled that documents relating to Epstein should be made public in early January.

The documents are part of a U.S. defamation case Andrew’s accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre brought against Ghislaine Maxwell, in 2015.

British socialite Maxwell was convicted and jailed for supplying Epstein and his powerful friends with underage girls.

However, prosecutors withheld the identities of those whom the victims were trafficked to.

While the Virginia Roberts Giuffre case was settled out of court two years later, the Miami Herald successfully fought to get the papers made public.

The first trove of documents was released in 2019, less than 48 hours before Epstein was found dead in a New York jail while being held on child sex trafficking charges.

The Daily Mail has been told that other names set to be made public in the new documents include Wall Street bankers, business leaders, and big-name politicians and academics.

READ MORE: ‘Former President’ to Be Exposed in Jeffery Epstein’s Client List Unsealing

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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