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‘He called us buffoons’: ex-palace guard spoils Duke of York’s alibi

On that night, he says, Andrew could have been in London where he allegedly had sex with Epstein’s sex slave

Martin Evans

Scotland Yard is coming under increasing pressure to release royal protection logs after a retired officer came forward to cast doubt on the Duke of York’s alibi for the night he is accused of having sex with a trafficked teenager.

Virginia Roberts Giuffre claims she was brought to London at the age of 17 by Jeffrey Epstein, the paedophile financier, and coerced into sleeping with the duke at the Kensington home of Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s friend.

The duke has vehemently denied the claims, insisting he was at home in Sunninghill Park, Berkshire, on the night of March 11 2001, having earlier taken Princess Beatrice, his daughter, to a Pizza Express in Woking...

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