Prince Andrew's Ex-Girlfriend Opens Up About Epstein's Entourage

The trial and conviction of Jeffrey Epstein's former girlfriend and accomplice, Ghislaine Maxwell, for sex trafficking and other crimes has left many with questions. Now that she is calling for a new trial after a juror admitted to withholding information that he was sexually abused himself, there is a lot of unknowns surrounding the situation (via NBC News).

One thing is for certain: Maxwell's testimony might have an impact onĀ Prince Andrew, Queen Elizabeth's middle child. There is a clear link between Epstein, Maxwell, and Prince Andrew (per the Daily Beast). As Prince Andrew goes to court in a civil trial against his accuser, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, things are heating up for the royal. While Prince Andrew's legal team is pretending all is copacetic, it is rumored that they are in emergency talks following the Maxwell conviction.

Things continue to get worse for Prince Andrew now that his former girlfriend is talking to the press about all she knows regarding Maxwell and Epstein.

Prince Andrew's ex shared all the details in a new documentary

A new documentary called "Ghislaine, Prince Andrew and the Paedophile" aired in the U.K. on ITV on January 18. The documentary includes a statement from Prince Andrew's former girlfriend, Lady Victoria Hervey (via Yahoo! News). During her interview, she gives an inside look into what rolling in the same circle as Epstein and Maxwell looked like.

Hervey (above) said, "[Bill] Clinton was definitely very close to Jeffrey," adding, "They were like brothers, you know, and he was close to Ghislaine as well." While Hervey and Prince Andrew only dated briefly in the late '90s, she was a close friend of Maxwell.

She did include information regarding her former boyfriend's involvement with Epstein and Maxwell. She noted, "Prince Andrew was a son of the Queen of England. Americans love that. Jeffery loved that. Bill Clinton loved that" (via the New York Post).

A representative for the Clinton family has denied Hervey's account. They said the former president had "not spoken to Epstein in well over a decade" before Epstein's death in 2019.