• Ghislaine Maxwell gave a new interview from prison
  • The convicted sex trafficker spoke about Prince Andrew
  • She says the photo of herself, the royal, and his accuser is fake

Ghislaine Maxwell has claimed that Prince Andrew's notorious photograph with his accuser Virginia Giuffre is fake.

From prison, Maxwell gave a new interview to TalkTV. She is currently serving a 20-year sentence in the US for her crimes in the sex trafficking ring of Jeffrey Epstein.

Prince Andrew photo: Ghislaine Maxwell "sure" it's a fake

In a Twitter post by the TV station, Maxwell says she is "sure" that the photograph of Prince Andrew isn't real.

Giuffre, who accused the royal of sexual abuse, has used the picture as evidence of their alleged history.

Prince Andrew, Virginia Roberts, and Ghislaine Maxwell in Filthy Rich.

Maxwell, alleged to have trafficked Giuffre to Prince Andrew, stands in the background of the image. The photo is said to have been taken by Epstein himself in 2001.

Maxwell said: "I don't believe it's real for a second. In fact, I'm sure it's not. There's never been an original, and further, there is no photograph. I've only ever seen a photocopy of it."

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Prince Andrew has also insisted that the photograph is doctored. In his 2019 BBC interview, the royal said he had "no recollection" of meeting Giuffre and "absolutely no memory of that photograph being taken."

The interview, however, was a disaster. The scandal forced the Prince to withdraw from his royal duties a few days later. But that was far from the end...

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