Prince Andrew was reportedly incarcerated in the New York City house of Jeffrey Epstein, a convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein after his divorce from Sarah Ferguson.
Miami Herald reporter Julie Brown reports on the temporary stay of the British royal at the iconic Herbert N. Straus House, 9 East 71st Street. The book "Perversion of Justice" will be available on Tuesday.
Brown claims that Prince Andrew visited New York three years after his divorce from Sarah Duchess of York was completed.
"[Ghislaine] Maxwell invited Prince Andrew of Britain, a newly divorced man from Sarah Ferguson, to visit Manhattan in 1999. Andrew knew Maxwell and her family for many decades," the book details. He was also trying to find himself. Andrew, who was coming off a messy divorce settlement, agreed to flee to the U.S. to stay at Ghislaine's Upper East Side home. Andrew soon found himself squiring Maxwell about Manhattan and attending dinner parties and social events.
According to reports, Epstein, Prince Andrew and "a few other prominent men" were all accused of sexual abuse by Virginia Giuffre.
Giuffre has stated on numerous occasions that abuse took place in Epstein's NYC Townhouse and other locations all over the globe.
Fox News reached Kensington Palace representatives but they did not immediately reply to Fox News' request.
Buckingham Palace released a statement in 2015 that denied rumors about Prince Andrew's involvement in underage girls.
According to the BBC, "Any suggestion that underage minors are impropriety is categorically false."
This statement was made four years before Epstein's death. A month after being arrested for federal charges of sex trafficking minors between Florida and New York, the American financier committed suicide.
Epstein was hanged in his Manhattan prison cell by the New York City Medical Examiner's Office on August 10, 2019.
Ferguson defends her ex-husband royal in recent statements, claiming he is a "kind" man and a "fabulous dad".
Ferguson stated, as Page Six reported.