Lady Victoria Hervey Claims Epstein and Maxwell Acted as Batman and Robin

Lady Victoria Hervey Claims Epstein and Maxwell Acted as Batman and Robin

( – The Jeffrey Epstein scandal is far from over as the investigation extends to his connections and close friends. The court recently found Epstein’s associate Ghislaine Maxwell guilty of the charges against her. Now, the case is centering on victim Virginia Giuffre’s lawsuit against Britain’s Prince Andrew. The Duke of York’s ex-wife recently shared key info about his relationship with Epstein and Maxwell.

Now 44 years old, Lady Victoria Hervey says she met Epstein and Maxwell two decades ago. She feels that the pair used her, accusing them of acting like Batman and Robin.

The former “It Girl” explained that she doesn’t believe Epstein could’ve pulled off what he did for so many years without Maxwell’s help. Hervey believes it was easier for Maxwell to get young girls because she was less intimidating than other women. The 44-year-old explained that Epstein and Maxwell likely invited her to dinner parties and events because everyone knew who she was, making her more appealing to the men Maxwell entertained.

A US federal court recently found Maxwell guilty on five of six counts of child trafficking. She faces up to 65 years behind bars. Yet, Hervey still believes the socialite may have been a victim of Epstein at one time until she “switched sides.”

Lady Victoria’s comments come ahead of the release of a new documentary titled, “Ghislaine, Prince Andrew, and the Paedophile.” The Queen’s second son now faces additional accusations made in that film as he continues to battle sexual assault allegations in court.

A federal court in New York has blocked Andrew’s attempts to throw out the case, leaving him to deal with expensive and reputation-destroying court proceedings in the near future. Queen Elizabeth has already stripped the Duke of York’s “His Royal Highness” title and military affiliations, meaning the prince is officially removed from royal life.

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