An aide told Newsweek it is "ridiculous" to suggest the ex-president was "like brothers" with Jeffrey Epstein after a new documentary.
Bill Clinton was "very close to Jeffrey" Epstein and the pair were "like brothers," according to a former friend of the New York financier.
The Palace staff were given instructions on the exact arrangement for his stuffed toys, and warned in capitals: "Do not loose [sic] the teddy & cushion!!"
The convicted sex trafficker said in a legal filing this week that she no longer objects to unsealing documents related to Epstein's illicit sex ring.
Prince Andrew has had his titles and military honors removed, but he is not the only member of the British royal family to have been stripped of their titles.
Queen Elizabeth II turned her son into a private citizen on the day reports emerged of a government party during lockdown the night before Prince Philip's funeral.
"My goal has always been to show that the rich and powerful are not above the law," Giuffre added.
Prince Andrew has been stripped of his honorary military titles with Queen Elizabeth II's approval as he vows to fight his Jeffrey Epstein sex abuse lawsuit.
Prince Andrew's failure to get Virginia Giuffre's sex abuse lawsuit thrown out has been described by her attorney as a vital moment in her "determined pursuit of justice."
Prince Andrew's bombshell sex abuse trial was given the go ahead by a judge—and will run in the year Queen Elizabeth II celebrates 70 years on the throne.
Prince Andrew has failed to get his Jeffrey Epstein case thrown out on a technicality, paving the way for a bombshell civil trial with accuser Virginia Giuffre.
Prince Andrew wants his Jeffrey Epstein-related sex abuse lawsuit dismissed, but the legal process may be upsetting for victims, psychologists tell Newsweek.
A Ghislaine Maxwell trial witness said she had spoken to Andrew's accuser about the prince—but her account had positives and negatives for both sides.
Prince Andrew has paid off a $9 million debt on a Swiss holiday home he has been trying to sell, amid the prospect of a big money Jeffrey Epstein lawsuit.
Prince Andrew asked a BBC interviewer whether his account of not being able to sweat "would be interesting to hear" before his car crash chat.
Prince Andrew was mocked for hiding behind Jeffrey Epstein's $500,000 payout, as one commentator wrote: "It always seems to be someone else's money."
Prince Andrew's attorney argued the settlement made between Virginia Giuffre and Jeffrey Epstein in 2009 should prevent her from suing Andrew now.
Prince Andrew's lawyer engaged in heated exchanges with a judge during efforts to get his Jeffrey Epstein-related lawsuit thrown out.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got an unexpected New Year boost in polling for the same U.K. tabloid they both won lawsuits against.
Prince Andrew's lawyers want allegations he raped a 17-year-old trafficking victim thrown out—but a lawyer tells Newsweek it may not help his reputation.
Virginia Giuffre is currently suing the royal over claims that she was sexually assaulted by him when she was 17.
British socialite faces up to 65 years behind bars after being convicted of luring teenage girls to be sexually abused by Jeffrey Epstein.
The royal famously said that he cannot physically sweat in an interview with the BBC concerning allegations of sexual assault against him.
The Duke of York is accused of sexually assaulting Virginia Giuffre, who was allegedly trafficked by Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein.
The royal family had one of its most dramatic years in decades in 2021. Here's how the dust has settled at the end of the 'Oprah Winfrey interview' year.
Prince Andrew's lawyers want the right to keep key evidence in his Jeffrey Epstein lawsuit sealed even if not "confidential," his accuser's attorney says.
Ghislaine Maxwell's conviction over grooming girls for Jeffrey Epstein throws the evidence relating to Prince Andrew into a new light, an expert told Newsweek.
Conspiracy theories on social media suggested details of Jeffrey Epstein's network had been sealed.
Three former prosecutors told Newsweek how Maxwell's sex trafficking conviction could affect Epstein's alleged high-profile associates.
The lawyers said Virginia Giuffre has lived in Australia since at least 2019 and for much of the past two decades and shouldn't be allowed to sue in U.S. court.