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Socialite Lady Victoria Hervey has today revealed how she once fled Jeffrey Epstein’s New York apartment amid fears that she was being ‘watched by hidden cameras’ as the storm around her ex-boyfriend Prince Andrew continues to grow.

The aristocrat, who dated Prince Andrew in 1999, claimed she was offered a place to stay in Manhattan by the convicted paedophile in 2001 but ‘cut the trip short as I felt I was being watched’.

The article goes on to state the following:

Lady Victoria spoke to ITV’s Good Morning Britain today as sponsors continue to abandon Andrew’s campaigns following his disastrous TV interview on Saturday.

In the interview, Hervey also spoke about her friendship with Epstein’s madam Ghislaine Maxwell, saying “she had not seen her in over a year and doubted she would ever be seen in public again.”

In the interview Hervey also claimed the following:

Their friendship grew so close that Lady Hervey was even invited to an intimate dinner of 14 people hosted by Epstein, including guests such as Donald Trump, Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew. 

About Prince Andrew’s interview with BBC on Saturday, Hervey said, “I watched it and thought, first of all, there’s no way if he is guilty that he would go onto TV and do an interview like that.”

WATCH the full interview in the video below:

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