Ghislaine Maxwell made secret visits to Buckingham Palace to see Prince Andrew

Mail Online | 8/23/2019 | Danyal Hussain For Mailonline
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A former police officer has claimed that Jeffrey Epstein's 'madam' Ghislaine Maxwell made several secret visits to Buckingham Palace to visit Prince Andrew.

Paul Page, who served in the Royal Protection Command from 1998 until 2004, alleged that Maxwell and several other women made trips to the palace to meet with the Duke of York.

Guests - Palace - Gate - Book - Protection

He said that the female guests wouldn't sign the Palace's gate book and royal protection officers would even drive them home, or face an angry Andrew who'd become 'abusive' if challenged.

The Duke of York is under intense scrutiny over his close relationship with paedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein after he killed himself in a Manhattan prison two weeks ago.

Video - Mail - Sunday - Andrew - Woman

Video obtained by the Mail on Sunday shows Andrew waving to a woman from inside Epstein's New York mansion and the royal has been dogged by claims by Epstein's alleged 'sex slave' Virginia Roberts that she slept with him three times.

The Prince categorically denies Roberts allegations and there is no suggestion he slept with underage women.

Palace - Statement - Mr - Page - Claims

The Palace also issued a statement calling Mr Page's claims 'unsubstantiated' and drawing attention to his conviction for fraud and his time spent in prison.

It comes as he faces further lurid allegations of having had more than 1,000 lovers, according to the Sun.

Maxwell - 'Madam - Girls - Slaves - Epstein

Maxwell has been accused of acting as a 'Madam' and recruiting girls to become 'sex slaves' for Epstein, though she has denied the claims.

Ex-Met officer Page made the allegations against the Duke of York during a 2009 trial where he was accused of £3million investment fraud.

Page - Statement - Jury - Time

Page's statement was never disclosed to the jury but have now been revealed for the first time.

According to the Mirror, Page claimed: 'It was not just the royalty protection officers who abused their position, members of the Royal Household also frequently did.

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