Prince Andrew accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre is speaking out again as part of a new Netflix docu-series into Jeffrey Epstein’s sex-trafficking ring, she has confirmed.
The streaming service said on Twitter Friday that it would be airing “Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich,” based on the James Patterson book.
“The series exposes a horrifying story of relentless manipulation and sex trafficking,” Netflix said on its “See What’s Next” account.
“Epstein’s survivors serve as the series’ pre-eminent voices, providing powerful testimonials about their experiences, and inspiration in their resilience.”
Giuffre — whose accusations against the disgraced Duke of York were central in him being dumped from royal duties — soon confirmed that she had been interviewed for the series.
“The Netflix team we’re wonderful to me & my husband,” she wrote on Twitter, saying the series was “looking to tell the world the truth of what went on behind closed doors.”
“I hope the message reaches the voiceless & helps give them a voice & I hope the message is clear to anyone who thinks $=no thinks again!”
Giuffre, long one of the most outspoken accusers against Epstein, claims the convicted pedophile forced her to have sex with Andrew three times, starting in London in 2001 when she was 17.
The royal has always strenuously denied her accusations, but his disastrous attempts to distance himself from the escalating scandal during a BBC interview last year backfired and saw him dumped from royal duties.
He long stood accused of refusing to cooperate with an FBI investigation into Epstein’s inner circle, and has reportedly been forming a powerful legal team to help protect him.
There appears to have been a recent breakthrough, however, with US authorities saying Friday that “there has been communication between both legal teams.”