Details of disgraced former royal Prince Andrew's alleged sex life with Virginia Giuffre have come to light –including that the Prince 'laughed during sex'.
Controversial Virginia Giuffre, whom Andrew gave around £12 million to after a civil action sex abuse case was settled outside court in February this year, has claimed that he “snickered” while the pair had sex.
Giuffre had accused Andrew of sexually abusing her when she was 17.
The settlement was not an admission of guilt and Prince Andrew denies the allegations against him.
And now she claims that the strange noises happened during her second encounter with him as a teenager– at the office of Jeffrey Epstein in New York.
Speaking to author Nigel Cawthorne in his new book about the saga which has been serialised in the Daily Mail, she said: “He was being treated to sex for which someone else was paying.
"From the snickering noises he was making, he was really enjoying the whole thing but I felt like a total prostitute.
“Jeffrey and Ghislaine (Maxwell)'s way of keeping us under his thumb, under his rule, under their control, were invisible chains.
“And it was that constant – 'We own the police. You can't run. You can't tell anybody. We'll never be held accountable for this.'
“One of the scariest (threats) was when they told me they knew where my little brother went to school, and if I didn't do what they said, I'd know the outcome.”
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Despite the legal issues ending, the royal rift continues as Prince Charles, 73, and Prince William, 39, both reportedly stepped in to prevent Prince Andrew's return to public life at Royal Ascot and the Order of the Garter Ceremony earlier this month.
Andrew, 62, is understood to be enraged with his elder brother and nephew, who it is believed persuaded the Queen, 96, to stop Andrew from attending the full Order of the Garter Ceremony, which was presided over by his mother at Windsor Castle recently.
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Instead, he was only seen at some parts of the Knights of the Garter Ceremony.
Buckingham Palace reported that the Duke of York's absence from the Windsor Castle procession and Order of the Garter service was a “family decision”.
The Daily Star has approached representatives of Prince Andrew for comment on the allegations.
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