Ghislaine Maxwell claims the photo of Prince Andrew and a young Virginia Giuffre is not real

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Ghislaine Maxwell Gave some interviews to The Sun newspaper, which were published in its Sunday edition. In them, Maxwell, who was sentenced in June to 20 years in prison for sex trafficking, was described as one of the most damning evidence in a fraud case. Prince Andrew: picture of prince with Virginia Giuffre,

“This picture is not real,” the 60-year-old former socialite said in the interview., The photo is believed to have been taken in March 2001 at Maxwell’s London home. The disgraced prince hugs Giuffre, while Ghislaine smiles in the background.

He emphasized his statement and said: “An original was never made.” During the interview, she declined to talk more about Giuffre, who sued Prince for sexual abuse and accepted a $12 million settlement earlier this year. Ghislaine dismissed it, saying, “I don’t even want to start talking about Virginia.”

One of the key pieces of evidence against Prince was an email from 2015 in which Maxwell responded to Jeffrey Epstein’s attorney, Alan Dershowitz, about the veracity of the above photo: “It looks real. I think so”.

He was questioned about it in an interview with The Sun: “I don’t recognize that image and I don’t think it’s a real image.” He then claimed that what he meant in that email was that he had recognized his home. ,I said, this is the image, whatever it is, I identify as my home. But I’ve found out that I don’t think the image is true., And the original was never produced because it doesn’t exist. I don’t think the image is a true image.”

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