A message from the Duchess of York has been dug up in a notebook seized by the police of the Miami mansion of the newly accused pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
The note, written on January 25, 2005 at 7.15 pm, is from & # 39; HRH Duchess of York Sarah (Fergie) & # 39; and says & # 39; she is expecting your call & # 39 ;.
Andrew Ferguson's husband, Prince Andrew, was a close friend of Epstein and was accused in a lawsuit of sexually abusing a minor girl – claiming Buckingham Palace has been categorically denied and has since been removed from the record.
The note contained dozens of messages for the billionaire financier of magician David Copperfield, close friend Jean-Luc Brunel and socialist Ghislaine Maxwell, who dates from Epstein and was part of his inner circle for decades.
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A notepad from the Miami mansion by Jeffrey Epstein shows that on January 25, 2005, he received a message from Sara Ferguson, Duchess of York, saying: & # 39; She's expecting your call & # 39;
The duchess's husband is Prince Andrew, the son of the queen, who was charged in a lawsuit of sexual abuse of 17-year-old Virginia Giuffre (pictured together), who was later removed from the record. On the right is Epstein & # 39; s closest collaborator Ghislaine Maxwell
Epstein used to be close friends with Prince Andrew after the couple was introduced in the 1990s by Ghislaine Maxwell, daughter of media magnate Robert Maxwell.
The name of Andrew was mentioned in a lawsuit in 2015 because some of Epstein's victims challenged a plea in which he was found guilty of only two charges of sex with underage prostitutes and escaped a serious prison sentence.
The court argued that Epstein Virginia Giuffre – then known as Roberts – three times & # 39; sexual relationships & # 39; had with & # 39; a member of the British royal family, Prince Andrew (a / k / a Duke of York) & # 39; .
She would be 17 then.
A photo shows Andrew with his hand around Roberts' waist, while Maxwell is standing in the background and reportedly taken in her London home.
Buckingham Palace has previously denied the claims as & # 39; categorically false & # 39; and & # 39; false and without any basis & # 39 ;.
Prince Andrew has also strongly denied that he has anything to do with Giuffre.
His wife's ties to Epstein relate to £ 15,000 that Andrew arranged for Epstein to pay her to pay a £ 78,000 debt that she owed to her former personal assistant, Johnny O & Sullivan. The payment was reported in 2011, but it is unclear when it was made.
The Duchess then apologized and said: “Personally, on my own behalf, I deeply regret that Jeffrey Epstein has become involved with me in some way.
& # 39; I abhor pedophilia and sexual abuse of children and know that this was a huge assessment error for me. I'm so sorry that I can't say.
& # 39; Whenever I can, I will repay the money and never have anything to do with Jeffrey Epstein. & # 39;
In 2005, when the note was written, the Duchess and Prince Andrew were divorced and lived separately.
The couple were divorced since 1992 and officially divorced in 1996.
Until 2004 they shared a house in Sunninghill Park in Berkshire, before moving to the renovated Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park.
Many of the messages come from Jean-Luc Brunel (above), a model agent who has been accused by several women of sexual abuse and rape
However, the couple remained close and Fergie reportedly attended the annual summer vacation of the Royal Family in Balmoral that year at the invitation of Andrew.
She also attended red carpet events in New York, including the Golden Globes.
The notes were in a notebook that the police took from Epstein & Palm's Palm Beach mansion in 2005 when they first investigated him for sex crimes, and were obtained by Dailymail.com under FOIA law.
There is one that seems to refer to underage girls, another notes how much an 18-year-old woman & # 39; loves Jeffrey & # 39; and another in which Brunel communicates the professional opinion of a doctor about the best treatment for a sexually transmitted disease.
The notes were unveiled while Epstein is in prison accused of running a sex trade ring in New York and Florida between 2002 and 2005, abusing dozens of underage girls.
Other messages in Epstein's notebook include a message from Brunel that lawyers claimed he could have shown him to eight eight-year-old girls who were abusing Epstein.
At 8.08 a.m. on the morning of April 1, Brunel called Epstein and left a message that was passed on to Epstein via a note with the text: & # 39; He has a teacher for you who will teach you to speak Russian. She is 2 x 8 years old, not blonde. The lessons are free and you can get one today if you call me back. & # 39;
Brunel then followed again at 8:31 am and 9:04 am, and asked Epstein to contact me.
Bradley Edwards, the lawyer for a number of Epstein's victims, including Virginia Giuffre (born Roberts), took those three reports as evidence after Epstein filed a lawsuit against him.
# In light of these circumstances of the case, this message Edwards reasonably suggested that Brunel might have purchased two eight-year-old girls for Epstein for sexual abuse misbruik, stated a court file filed by Edwards and his lawyer.
& # 39; According to widely distributed press reports reviewed by Edwards, Brunel is in his sixties and has a reputation all over the world (and especially in the modeling industry) as a cocaine addict who has been harassing children for years through modeling agencies while acting as agents – behavior that has been the subject of critical reports, books, various news articles and a 60-minute documentary about Brunel's sexual exploitation of minor models. & # 39;
That legal fight lasted for years before it finally ended in December, when Epstein settled at Edwards and publicly apologized after the lawyer sued defamation.
Other messages in the path include a message from Ghislaine Maxwell in August 2005 showing that Epstein and his age-old companion are hosting Tom Ford in Palm Beach.
& # 39; She let (Epstein & # 39; s pilot) Larry go & # 39 ;, reads the note
Esptein is then told to contact Maxwell to let her know if she should just pick up the designer in the helicopter, for which she was licensed to fly.
There are also reports from his good friend Leslie Wexner about business matters, and former Daily News owner Mort Zuckerman calls to ask what the best time would be for him to visit during a trip to Palm Beach.
None of those people are involved in any way in Epstein & # 39; s scandals and are believed to have been completely overwhelmed when they heard about his predatory habits.
There are also seven messages from David Copperfield or his assistant.
& # 39; Magic David called & # 39 ;, reads a note.
& # 39; It's a jackpot & # 39 ;, says another message.
These are all in stark contrast to the frequent messages that Brunel has left behind.
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