Prince Andrew 'sacked' from royal duties by the Queen

Prince Andrew to step back from public duties 'for foreseeable future'

Prince Andrew Steps Back From Public Duties After Disastrous BBC Interview

In the interview, Prince Andrew also denied dancing with at London's exclusive Tramp nightclub, before allegedly having sex in a mansion in Belgravia.

The prince gave an interview to the BBC that was broadcast last Saturday and that roused the ire of critics who accused him of showing little concern for Epstein's sex-abuse and sex-trafficking victims.

Investigations into allegations of sex trafficking are continuing in NY, despite Epstein's death in prison in August, which has been ruled a suicide.

Andrew reportedly still has the support of Queen Elizabeth and his brother Prince Charles.

"That was a plane crashing into an oil tanker, causing a tsunami, triggering a nuclear explosion-level bad", said Charlie Proctor, editor of the Royal Central website, which covers the British monarchy.

Following the disastrous Newsnight interview over the Duke of York's links to sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, the Monarch is said to have summoned her son to Buckingham Palace to tell him tostep down from royal duties.

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I didn't talk with anyone at Tottenham about him. "This club will always be his home, this training ground his training ground". There was no one else to blame. "These 11 months were a time to analyze, to rethink, to prepare and anticipate things".

Gloria Allred, who represents some of the victims, questioned the ambiguity of his pledge in the statement that he would help with any investigation into Epstein "if required".

"I have no recollection of ever meeting this lady, none whatsoever", the 59-year-old told BBC Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis about the allegations.

The scandal has only escalated since Andrew's rambling explanations left many viewers incredulous, and his apparent lack of compassion for Epstein's victims drew widespread condemnation.

And that could be the next step as the Federal Bureau of Investigation and USA prosecutors have indicated they are anxious to interview the prince about the sickening sex abuse that occurred in Epstein's orbit.

At the time, Epstein had already been convicted of sex crimes in Florida.

"That is not the same thing as pedophilia", she told a stunned Piers Morgan, who asked her to elaborate.

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She was fearless enough to declare this publicly as she was exhausted of answering questions about the same topic again and again. It was in October of this year when the family reappeared in the newspapers when Caitlyn celebrated her 70th birthday with them.

"No, that couldn't have happened because the date that's being suggested I was at home with the children", he said.

"He's made many mistakes".

"My clients who are victims of Jeffrey Epstein have spoken to law enforcement without being "required" to do so".

"My clients who are victims of Jeffrey Epstein have spoken to law enforcement without being "required" to do so", she said, adding that he should contact USA authorities "without conditions and without delay".

It's been less than a week since the interview aired, and Prince Andrew has already stepped down from his public duties.

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