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Queen's Ex-Spokesman: Andrew and 'Sex Slave' May Have Met

By    |   Thursday, 15 Jan 2015 03:36 PM

Prince Andrew may well have had a London meet-up with Virginia Roberts, the 31-year-old woman who claims she had sex with him when she was only 17, Queen Elizabeth's former spokesman Dickie Arbiter tells Newsmax TV.

"Maybe they did meet in London and maybe they did meet elsewhere," Arbiter — author of "On Duty with the Queen: My Time as a Buckingham Palace Press Secretary," published by Blink — told "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV.

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In a diary purported to have been written by Roberts and obtained by RadarOnline.com, she claims she and Andrew had a night of passion in a London townhouse during which they bathed together and had sex.

"He was caressing every part of my naked body and filling my head with endless compliments about my blossoming figure," Roberts allegedly writes.

Roberts has said she met Andrew — once dubbed "Randy Andy" for his youthful skirt-chasing — through his friend, Jeffrey Epstein, a Palm Beach billionaire who served 13 months in jail for soliciting prostitution.

Andrew, the brother of Prince Charles and fourth in line to the throne — has called the allegations "categorically untrue" through a Buckingham Palace spokesman.

While Arbiter admits Andrew and Roberts may have met, he adds there's no proof about the salacious accusations.

"Buckingham Palace has famously denied the allegations and they are allegations, let's not forget. They are allegations by association," Arbiter told Steve Malzberg.

"The man, well stupidly, was seen in Central Park in 2011, walking alongside Jeffrey Epstein shortly after he had come out of jail, having served 13 months on charges of being a pedophile.

"That was a pretty stupid thing to do, but these charges are alleged and they are by association and there isn't any foundation for them … It's sort of one accusing the other."

Arbiter said Andrew likely met with his legal team before the Buckingham Palace press office issued its categorical denial.

"They have presumably got categorical denouncement from him that he was involved in underage sex, otherwise, they wouldn't have put out the statement," Arbiter said.

"There has been no complaint and I do emphasize there has been no complaint to our police force here. If there's no complaint, there's nothing to investigate.

"If there is a complaint, then our police will investigate that complaint, but so far, there has been nothing."

Arbiter, who spent 12 years in the royal household before retiring in 2000, believes the sleazy allegations — widely reported in the press — do not tarnish the royal family as a whole.

"The royal family is pretty big. If there's an accusation against a member of your president's family, is it a reflection on the president? No, it isn't," he said.

"You cannot hold the president accountable for what happens in the rest of his family. You cannot hold the queen to account for what happens with her second eldest son.

"It really is an issue between Prince Andrew and his accusers with his legal team fighting for his behalf and the rest of the family is not involved."

Roberts has alleged in a lawsuit that she was kept as a "sex slave" by Epstein and compelled to have sexual relations with Andrew.

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Queen Elizabeth's former spokesman Dickie Arbiter tells Newsmax TV that Prince Andrew may well have had a London meet-up with Virginia Roberts, the 31-year-old woman who claims she had sex with him when she was only 17.
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