Following widely reported allegations last week that Prince Andrew had a sordid and inappropriate sexual relationship with then-teen Virginia Roberts back in 2001, a handwritten diary belonging to the so-called “royal sex slave” has emerged, which offers an insight into the controversial matter.
Radar Online reported today and published handwritten excerpts from the diary, which makes some astonishing claims about the conduct of Prince Andrew and his longtime business friend, Jeffrey Epstein.
The 24-page diary was allegedly written by Roberts during and following her trip with Epstein to Europe. She went there under the guise of learning to become a professional masseuse and wrote positively at first, penning the following.
“I was heading over to my first overseas trip to Europe, 1st stop off Paris, France.”
While it seems that Roberts was an innocent party, traveling to Europe with her boss, Epstein, she admitted in her journal that she was required to find girls for her boss and his friends, which she did gladly, as she wrote, below.
“I would offer [girls] money to come meet my gentlemen friend and tell them I’d show them how to massage. I never brought back a girl that ever said no, or didn’t want to participate in an erotic massage.”
Having “enjoyed” the sights of Paris, Virginia Roberts accompanied Epstein on to Spain, Morocco and, finally, England.
In writing about Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s right-hand woman, Roberts continued, after waking from her first night in London.
“The next morning, Ghislaine, chirpy, came into my room. She sat down next to me, as I was just starting to uncover the sheets and told me told me excitedly we were going shopping because I needed a new dress I could wear to dance with a prince. ‘Wow, what?’ were the first words that popped into my head, not knowing that meant using my body as entertainment for another rich pedophile, or worst, being convinced it was exciting.”
At that point, after Roberts had showered and got ready in her new clothes, bought for her that day by Maxwell, she wrote about what was expected from her at the time.
“Ghislaine made it very apparent I needed to be very bubbly and energetic for our special guest tonight as she told me he was expecting me and needed to be royally entertained … we were expecting his royal highness, Prince Andrew.“
The diary, which is yet to be verified officially, continues in some detail about the dinner that evening, at which Prince Andrew was allegedly paying more attention to Roberts than she felt comfortable with.
After hitting a club, the party disbanded, and Roberts claims she ended up at Maxwell’s townhouse, where she was staying.
“I led him into the upstairs bathroom next to the room I was staying in… I was doing my best trying to put on a good show for him by slowly undressing and started to pour a bath. The room quickly filled with steam from the hot water as I turned to Andrew and began to kiss his neck and undress him. He was caressing every part of my naked body and filling my head with endless compliments about my blossoming figure.”
Interesting to note that Virginia Roberts openly admits that she “led him into the upstairs bathroom,” meaning that any suggestion of forced rape would be unrealistic.
When in the bath with Prince Andrew, Roberts claims that the two continued the exchange.
“Continued with back and forth foreplay, touching, kissing, and him even licking my toes. ‘I love your feet,’ he whispered, ‘they are so irresistible.’ That was definitely a 1st for me, but I went with it all, fearful of letting down the Prince and in turn Jeffrey and Ghislaine.”
For their part, the last thing the royals want is for another costly and embarrassing sex scandal, as the palace has officially called the claims “categorically untrue.”
A palace spokesman said the following in an official statement.
“It is emphatically denied that HRH The Duke of York had any form of sexual contact or relationship with Virginia Roberts. The allegations made are false and without any foundation.”