Aug 02, 2020
Virginia Roberts 'spent two days alone with Prince Andrew at Epstein's New Mexico ranch where she was instructed to entertain him endlessly and give him massages for which she was later rewarded with $1,000', unsealed court docs claim
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Virginia Roberts claims she spent two days alone with Prince Andrew at Jeffrey Epstein's New Mexico ranch, where she was directed to 'entertain him endlessly' and give him 'erotic massages', according to unsealed court documents.
Roberts, who also goes by married name Giuffre, recalled the alleged encounter in a 139-page manuscript titled, 'The Billionaire's Playboy Club,' in which she documents the period of time she was sex trafficked by the pedophile and Ghislaine Maxwell.
The papers were released last week as part of a tranche of documents compiled in a defamation case against Maxwell brought by Roberts in 2015.
Roberts has long claimed Maxwell arranged for her to have sex with Prince Andrew on multiple occasions, including once in her London home when she was only 17.
The British royal has vehemently denied the allegations.
Virginia Roberts claims she was flown out to Jeffrey Epstein's New Mexico ranch sometime in 2001 to spend two days with Prince Andrew, according to unsealed court documents
Roberts, also known as Giuffre, 36, has long claimed she was trafficked to Prince Andrew multiple times, and said she was underage during at least one encounter. The Duke of York has vehemently denied the allegations
In the manuscript, she claims Maxwell sent her to Epstein's 10,000-acre Zorro ranch some time in 2001 to 'entertain' the Prince for which she was later paid 'close to a thousand dollars'.
Roberts said she was not initially told who was going to be at the property, and 'it wasn't my place to ask' - but eventually arrived to find the Prince had already been waiting for her.
'"Hello" that same old cheesy grin greeted me once again. It was his highness Prince Andrew, and what a sight,' she wrote.
'He wrapped his arms around my waist and greeted me like an old friend. I hugged him back rolling my eyes at the same time, already dreading what lay in store over the next couple of days.
'My job was to entertain him endlessly, whether that meant having to bestow him my body during an erotic massage or simply take him horseback riding.'
Roberts claimed the mansion was 'completely empty' with the exception of a couple maids and bodyguards that 'we hardly even saw at all.'
Roberts described having to 'entertain' the prince at Epstein's ranch, where she allegedly gave him many massages, in a 169-page manuscript made public this week
The papers document the time Roberts claims she was sex trafficked by Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell
She recalled feeling 'disgusted' and was counting down the hours until she was due to fly back home, saying: 'It wasn't easy meeting the sexual desires of these strange men, the Prince being one of them.
'He loved my feet and even licked in between my toes. Then there was the lack of passion in the intimacy we shared, to him I was just another girl and to me he was just another job.'
After their two-day retreat, Roberts returned to New York where she reunited with Epstein and Maxwell, who asked: 'So... how was the ranch with the Prince?'
'I think he had a really good time, he seemed relaxed during the trip and when we said goodbye to each other he gave me a kiss,' Roberts replied.RELATED ARTICLES
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'I took him horseback riding, nowhere too far around the property, um..we went swimming in the pool, and of course I gave him plenty of massages. He had a massage at least a couple times each day, really seeming to enjoy his time there.'
Roberts said her response was 'what they wanted to hear', but added that in reality, she felt 'disgusting over the whole thing.'
'Like two proud parents they both looked over me with such content. "Good, you did really well," Jeffrey complimented me,' she wrote.
'We all ventured up to Jeffrey's office and out came the infamous duffel bag that went wherever he did. I was given close to a thousand dollars for my time in Santa Fe, more than what I thought anybody at my young age could make for a couple days of work.'
The allegations in Roberts' manuscript are among various other bombshell claims that emerged this week alleging the Prince had been a frequent guest at Epstein's properties, where the financier hosted orgies with young girls.
Roberts separately claims she had sex with Prince Andrew on three occasions at Maxwell's apartment in London, in New York and on Epstein's private island in the US Virgin Islands.
She was infamously pictured alongside Andrew in Maxwell's London townhouse in 2001, hours after she claims she first met Andrew in Tramp nightclub in Mayfair.
Andrew, once a close friend of both Epstein and Maxwell, has strenuously denied any wrongdoing.
Prince Andrew is also facing pressure to speak to the FBI to aid their investigation into Epstein and his inner circle, including Maxwell.
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I spend more on beauty than rent – my hair alone costs me £6,000 a year
At £1,360 a month, it is more than the £1,300 she spends on rent and grocery shopping combined.8DJ Jodie admits to spending more on beauty than her rent
When lockdown was announced in March, 26-year-old Jodie, an Instagram influencer, immediately forked out £1,000 on products so she could do her own hair extensions, laser hair removal and tanning.
The beauty addict says she saved thousands of pounds before salons reopened on July 13 — but that has not stopped her booking in for blow dries and pedicures since.
Jodie, from Beckenham, South East London, says: “When lockdown was announced, I splashed out £1,000 online, including a £260 home laser machine, £250 on make-up, a £150 tanning mousse and £300 on DIY hair extensions.
“If you start letting yourself go, you start feeling down, so I was determined to stay looking as good as possible.8Jodie has saved thousands while in lockdown but is splashing it all now beauty salons have reopened
“Usually, it takes me three hours to get ready for a night out and I have never let a guy see me without make-up for at least the first two months of a relationship.”
Pre-pandemic, Jodie, who is currently single, splashed out £200 on lip fillers and £1,000 on hair extensions every four months and had £500 teeth whitening treatments.
There were also regular £90 manicures and pedicures, £90 massages and body-sculpting procedures every other month and weekly blow-dries and spray tans.
Her cosmetics collection alone is worth £2,500 and she has eye shadow palettes worth more than £1,000.8Jodie splurges more than £16,000 a year on her beauty regimes
Jodie, who is also a DJ and co-owns a beauty salon, says: “I’d rather have a microwave meal at home than a posh meal out if it means I can maintain my beauty regime.
‘Strangers offer to carry my bags’
“Looking good means that strangers regularly offer to carry my bags and open the door for me, and I get up to 30 compliments a day online or from random people in the street.
“I’m a house and dance music DJ and my appearance is important. The world is quite shallow nowadays.8Jodies spends £1,000 every four months on her hair extensions
“When you look nice, people treat you differently. I get women messaging me to say they look up to me and I obviously get a lot of attention from guys. I was with my mum in the supermarket recently and she said, ‘Why do all the security men say hello to you? They never say it to me’.
“I see my beauty habit as a long-term investment in my career. As I look a certain way, I capture people’s attention.”
Shockingly, Jodie spends £60 a month — or £720 a year — more on her beauty treatments and products than she does on food and rent.
She says: “I can spend my own money however I like, and I’ve never got in any debt over my beauty habit.8Eyelash extensions cost a whopping £95 every three weeks Most read in FabulousNO KIDDINGSupernanny fans in tears as she begs stepdad to stop beating boy grieving fatherPORN PANICThousands of naked selfies and videos from OnlyFans site leaked onlineSIZE MATTERS5 common lies women tell in bed - including being impressed with your manhoodSTEAK OUT Savvy mum shares huge Morrisons haul after nabbing £133 of meat for £20RevealedREAD ALL ABOUT ITGenius Instagram trick lets you read DMs without the sender knowingCHEMICAL CARGOWhat is ammonium nitrate and what is it used for?
“My dad tells me guys don’t like girls with so much make-up on, but I do this for myself, not for other people.
“Some people dismiss me as an airhead but it says more about who they are. We shouldn’t be afraid of being ourselves. If any women feel bad about how they look, they should be selfish and spend time on themselves.
“You only have one life, so you might as well do it looking your best.”
- Find Jodie at @missjodieweston.
Her annual styling bill
Lips £200 every four months – £600
Laser hair removal £200 monthly – £2,400
Cavitation body sculpting £90 every other month – £540
Pro teeth whitening – £500
Hair extensions £1,000 every four months – £3,000
Nails £40 every three weeks – £700
Eyelash extensions £95 every three weeks – £1,650
Facials £60 monthly – £720
Root bleach £100 every six weeks – £870
Make-up £200 monthly – £2,400
Pedicure £45 monthly – £540
Hair dye £200 monthly – £2,400
TOTAL COST PER YEAR: £16,320Tyson Fury’s wife Paris promotes all kinds of beauty and fashion products
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