Dripping with sweat as he entertains a group of scantily clad girls in his beachfront mansion in the Bahamas, these extraordinary photographs show the billionaire of Prince Andrew Peter Nygard, who presides over what he allegedly wanted to call a “treat party”.
In one photo the fashion tycoon grins while a young woman dances intimately with a girlfriend. Another shows how Nygard sticks his fingers into the bikini pants of the same girl as she bends over to touch the floor, in the sight of dozens of surprised spectators.
Elsewhere, a spectacled Nygard poker with six women is playing in the casino hut on Nygard Cay, the expansive Mayan-themed residence and a disco cabana (with cameras under the dance floor, allegedly taking photos of female revelers from below) and the ‘s the world’s largest sauna.
The photos, allegedly taken in 2007, appeared yesterday, just a few days after an explosive lawsuit was filed in New York that accused Nygard of using lavish house parties to rape and sexually abuse women in the residence, some as young as 14.
The photos, allegedly taken in 2007, appeared yesterday, just a few days after an explosive New York lawsuit was filed in which Nygard was accused of using lavish house parties to rape and sexually abuse women (none of the women on the new one) have complained about sexual abuse)
Other photos from the 2007 party show Nygard at a poker table surrounded by six women
Prince Andrew with Peter Nygard on the Caribbean island of Nygard in 2000
The Queen paid tribute to Prince Andrew as he celebrated his 60th birthday under the cloud of the Jeffrey Epstein scandal. She shared this photo of the Duke of York on the occasion of the occasion
Princess Eugenie posted this photo on Instagram with “Daddy Prince Andrew on his 60th birthday”
Although none of the women in the new photos have complained about sexual abuse, they offer a hair-raising insight into the colorful lifestyle of the fashion mogul.
The 99-page class action lawsuit alleges that Nygard used wealth and status to lure “underage girls” from “young, influenceable and often impoverished backgrounds” in his bizarre house of 150,000 square meters. The vast terrain is filled with fake volcanoes that dry up ice, stone cobras that sizzle with steam at sunset and gigantic images of naked women.
Since the court case has been initiated, around 100 alleged witnesses and ‘dozens’ of potential victims have emerged, according to the lawyers behind the case – and now these sloppy photos have turned up.
Nygard’s lawyer Jay Prober, from Winnipeg, said the allegations were “completely untrue, without foundation and strongly denied.”
For Prince Andrew, forced to retire from official duties in the midst of anger over his ties with the late Jeffrey Epstein, another tycoon with a Caribbean manor and a very controversial private life, the timing couldn’t be worse.
The image above shows Nygard sweating while three women dance next to him in swimsuits
Prince Andrew celebrated his 60th birthday on Wednesday and the royal family held out the photo above
As the email revealed last week, he visited Nygard’s house and was photographed with him in 2000.
Yesterday the Prince celebrated his 60th birthday, a modest and reduced affair, with a private lunch at Royal Lodge attended by a dozen close friends and family members.
Public celebrations were also less enthusiastic than could have been expected prior to that disastrous Newsnight interview with Emily Maitlis in which the prince tried to explain his friendship with Epstein.
While many city halls throughout the country refused to pay tribute to the Union flag, Andrew was able to comfort himself with the ringing of bells to mark the milestone anniversary at Westminster Abbey.
Andrew’s ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson, shared this photo of the prince on Instagram today
More moving was the photo that was released as a baby by the royal family of Andrew, along with a recent formal portrait. His ex-wife Sarah Ferguson posted a moody black-and-white photo and a fitting streaming message, while daughter Eugenie had the choice of lovingly watching her pony with her father.
Nygard’s photos are in stark contrast to these photos and can only further damage Andrew’s battered reputation.
The ten first complainants against Nygard, nine from the Bahamas, say they initially visited his country house after being convinced that meeting him – he owns some of Canada’s leading High Street fashion brands – could potentially lead to a career in modeling.
Instead, they claim to have been guilty of alcohol and (some claim) rape drugs before being taken to the private rooms of Nygard, where the older billionaire, now 78, would attack, rape and sodomize them.
Sarah Ferguson (left) can be seen with Nygard, her daughters, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice, and Princess Marie-Chantal and Prince Pavious of Greece, on this 1997 photograph
Several of the women (who alternately claimed to have been abused between 2008 and 2015) said they were then forced to participate in a world-hard harem of sex workers who paid thousands of dollars from Nygard’s corporate funds.
Their lawsuit accuses Nygard of trafficking them all over the world through his company’s private jet, which is said to have a stripper.
It claims that details of individual women were kept in a database that he would consult before deciding which of them to exploit.
During the weekend, the Mail also revealed that Nygard, who has at least seven children from four women, is receiving legal claims from two other women, each of whom filed lawsuits in California for different counts of rape and sexual abuse.
One – named “Jane Doe” – claims to have raped her at his home in Los Angeles when she was younger than sexual before he traded her to New York, where she was taken to a “swingers nightclub” and instructed have sex with a person so that Nygard can trade and have sex with the person’s partner ‘.
In one frame he sees holding on to the bare buttocks of a woman as she bends over
Another, a former employee named Maridel Carbuccia, claims that she was repeatedly touched before being attacked with a rape during the visit to Nygard’s house. Her lawsuit claims that the next day “when she woke up, she saw her own blood on her skin and clothes and it was clear that while she was unconscious, Nygard had sexually abused her.” Nygard has denied all abuses and describes every sex claim as “completely false and unfounded.”
Why the flags don’t fly for Andrew’s birthday
Government buildings will not be obliged to fly the flag of the Union to mark Andrew’s 60th birthday, following his decision to give up public duties, the Ministry of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport said.
For the milestone, the tribute to the Union Flag was called “crass and offensive” by Graham Smith of Republic, who is campaigning for an elected head of state.
Downing Street said earlier this month that the issue of the national flag was being looked at in tribute.
A spokesperson for the Culture Department said: “Following the decision of the Duke of York to abandon public duties in the near future, it is no longer required that buildings of the British government fly the flag of the Union on Wednesday, February 19.
The announcement is unlikely to have a significant effect, as many government buildings, such as British embassies or government departments, already fly the flag of the Union every day of the year and are expected to continue to do so.
Local authorities have the freedom to fly the flag of the Union on a given day.
His legal misery has nevertheless made headlines around the world, thanks in part to the remarkable collection of famous guests he has entertained on Nygard Cay.
On a bizarre personal website, he says that guests ranged from pop royalties (Michael Jackson, Lenny Kravitz) to Hollywood A-listers (Robert De Niro, Sylvester Stallone, Jessica Alba, Sean Connery) and former US President George Bush Snr.
Andrew was accompanied during his 2000 visit there by ex-wife Sarah Ferguson and their two daughters, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie who were photographed alongside Nygard and others.
The details of the journey were revealed shortly thereafter by the billionaire in an interview with the Canadian newspaper National Post.
A photo recently obtained by Mail made them walk together on the sand, with the Prince in boat shoes, blue shorts and a shirt. Other royal guests were Princess Michael of Kent.
Nygard has been the subject of various allegations of sexual misconduct over the years, although there is no suggestion that one of his famous acquaintances was aware of these allegations or rape claims against Nygard, or that they were attending “indulgences.” Nygard was accused of raping an 18-year-old girl in 1980, but the case was dropped after she decided not to provide evidence.
In the 1990s he also arranged high-profile cases of sexual harassment filed by three women who worked for him before.
In the days since the latest sex claims against Nygard were made public, lawyers representing his alleged victims claim to have been approached by a large number of women filing similar claims against him. “We have received information from more than 100 witnesses, including dozens of victims, who have provided additional evidence regarding alleged rape and sexual abuse,” said a statement from Greg Gutzler and Lisa Haba, their lawyers, this week.
“The brave women who have come forward have chosen to hold Nygard responsible for his actions, regardless of his attempt to silence them.”
Gutzler told a Canadian newspaper that the allegations against Nygard date from 1977. “The pattern is very similar – the same pattern, the same practice, the same maneuvers, the same protocol, if you want. I can’t put a nicer point on it, because if I give you a number [of alleged victims] now it will be higher in two hours. “
Nygard’s lawyer, Jay Prober, called the statement the lawyers of the alleged victims released on Tuesday, “very unusual.” He described the claims as “malicious and false accusations,” and said, “many people in such situations see dollar signs and jump on the bandwagon right away.”
The victims’ lawyers say that several of their clients claimed that Nygard asked them to perform corrupt sexual acts. One, who was only 14 at the time, claims in the lawsuit that Nygard raped her and paid her $ 5,000.
Another said her meeting with Nygard began with him showing her pornography, after which he raped her, “causing her extraordinary trauma and pain,” the suit says. Three of his existing ten accusers were then 14. Three were 15.
The lawsuit alleges that Nygard has “started a scheme to buy police protection and political coverage in the Bahamas through regular payments of tens of thousands of dollars to law enforcement agencies, government officials, regulators and even to a former prime minister who is the prime minister of the Bahamas.” It is believed that this refers to political donations he has spent years on local legislators. The Tribune newspaper has meanwhile revealed that six local girls filed formal rape complaints against Nygard last summer. Any claim that they were either “recruited” via Facebook to attend parties at Nygard’s home or approached by his staff at a mall called Marathon Mall and invited to “pamper parties” to meet the billionaire.
Once at Nygard’s home, they would receive beauty treatments before being invited to stay for a party. If they agreed, the alleged victims said they were offered alcohol and “small blue pills” – perhaps the rohypnol with date rape, according to lawyers.
Monday, Marvin Dames, Bahamas National Security Minister, said, “These are serious allegations and I am sure the police would want to follow them up. We are obliged to do this. “
Meanwhile, Prince Andrew’s nightmare continues.