Epstein’s Child Sex Slave Suffered ‘Internal Bleeding’ Following Abuse with Elites

Epstein's child sex slave suffered internal bleeding after participating in orgies with people like Prince Andrew

Medical records show Jeffrey Epstein’s child sex slave Virginia Roberts was hospitalized in New York at the time she says she was suffering regular sexual abuse from his elite clients.

The evidence against Epstein, including details of his friendship with Prince Andrew, was revealed in a Channel 4 documentary broadcast on Monday night.

Researchers re-examined Virginia Roberts’s court evidence from 2015 in which she claims she was trafficked by Epstein and raped by many of his elite clients.

Dailymail.co.uk reports: As part of that activity, she alleges, she had sex with Prince Andrew three times; the first time in London in 2001, the second time in New York and the third in an orgy in the US Virgin Islands. 

According to Channel 4’s Dispatches programme, The Prince And the Paedophile, Mrs Roberts later feared for her life due to the amount of sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of Epstein and his associates.

The programme obtained medical records from a New York hospital that shows that Ms Roberts, suffered three weeks of vaginal bleeding from the 9th of July 2001.

According to court documents, Ms Roberts was brought to London by Epstein in March 2001, when she was 17, and met the Prince at a house in Belgravia.

Ms Roberts said she was excited to meet a real Prince and wanted a picture taken of her and Andrew together to send back to her family back in the United States.

So she handed her own camera to Epstein, who took the widely published photo of Andrew with his hand around her.

Virginia Roberts Giuffre (centre aged 17) claimed in a lawsuit dropped in 2015 that she was forced to have sex with the Duke of York (left) at the London home of Ghislaine Maxwell (right)

She alleges that moments after the photo was taken, she and the Prince went into a bedroom and bathroom, where they had sex. 

The accuser claims she later felt like she was being ‘graded’ on her performance by the disgraced paedophile financier, who told her: ‘You did well, the Prince had fun.’ 

The programme cites a court deposition made in January 2015 as part of a defamation case brought by Epstein’s former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell.

In it, Ms Roberts claimed she had sex with Prince Andrew three times, the first at the house in Belgravia, a second time at Epstein’s house in Manhattan and the third time in an ‘orgy on Epstein’s private island in the US Virgin Islands’.

Referring to the third time, Ms Roberts said she was 18 at the time and that the Prince, Epstein and ‘approximately eight other young girls, and I had sex together’.

She said Epstein had joked that the girls couldn’t communicate well due to a language barrier and that he said they were the ‘easiest’ girls to get along with.

Prince Andrew has vehemently denied her claims and Ms Roberts’ evidence was thrown out by a court in May 2015. 

Earlier this year Buckingham Palace said: ‘Any suggestion of impropriety with underage minors is categorically untrue.’ and ‘It is emphatically denied that the Duke of York had any form of sexual contact with Virginia Roberts. Any claim to the contrary is false and without foundation.’

Prince Andrew said of Epstein: ‘At no stage during the limited time I spent with him did I see, witness or suspect any behaviour of the sort that subsequently led to his arrest and conviction.’  

 The documentary also unearthed claims that Epstein had ’13 contact numbers for Prince Andrew’ in an address book.

Discovered at his mansion in Palm Beach, Florida, the address book was found to have contact details for several of the Duke of York’s residences, including Buckingham Palace.

British socialite Lady Victoria Hervey told Dispatches that Epstein, who killed himself in prison, was ‘addicted to collecting people’ such as the royal.

‘Andrew was kind of like newly single… And he meets this charismatic man – Jeffrey collected people. He was almost addicted to collecting important people.

‘He liked to impress people. So, the British Royal Family, can you imagine? This was his biggest kind of trophy.’

Andrew says he first met Epstein in 1999, around the same time he had a brief romance with Lady Victoria. 

An unnamed friend of Epstein told the programme the prince’s friendship with the American after his 2009 conviction for having sex with underage girls was ‘more than a lack of judgment’ and showed hubris.

The friend added: ‘You begin to believe you can’t be damaged. You’re beyond being damaged. The little people out there can’t touch you.’

He said he warned Epstein against having the prince visit him in New York in 2010 following his spell in prison for sex offences. He claims he told Epstein: ‘They will attack Prince Andrew for being your friend, and each of you will lose… And I remember him saying: ‘No one will know’.’

The warnings proved correct and the pair were photographed together in Central Park. Andrew admits he knew Epstein for 12 years but has strongly denied any inappropriate behaviour with underage girls.

Dai Davis, who was in charge of royal protection for the Metropolitan Police in the 1990s, said he was ‘mystified’ as to why Scotland Yard did not investigate.

Epstein hanged himself in August in prison in New York while awaiting trial for sex trafficking charges.