Prince Andrew accuser Virginia Roberts calls for 2020 to be ‘the year we take down the 1% who think they’re above the law’ in New Year’s message which appears to slam powerful friends of Jeffrey Epstein
- Virginia Roberts Giuffre tweeted out her New Year’s wishes on Tuesday night
- She said she wants to make 2020 the year ‘we took down the 1%’
- Roberts says that Jeffrey Epstein forced her to have sex with his wealthy friends
Virginia Roberts Guiffre and her husband Robbie celebrate New Year’s Eve
Virginia Roberts Giuffre has tweeted out her New Year’s wish that the powerful friends of Jeffrey Epstein face consequences.
‘Happy New Year to all the people in the world who want to see a change!! Let’s make 2020 a year to be remembered in history as the year we took down the 1% who thought they were above the law!!’ she tweeted on New Year’s Eve.
The message featured a picture of her and her husband celebrating and was signed ‘From Virginia & Robbie.’
Roberts claims Epstein, who died behind bars in August, forced her to have sex with his wealthy and powerful friends, including Prince Andrew when she was 17.
Prince Andrew, 59, who resigned from royal duties after a disastrous Newsnight interview last month, denies having sex with her and claims he can’t remember meeting her despite a photograph of him with his arm around her.
Earlier on Tuesday, Roberts lashed out on Twitter at Ghislaine Maxwell, the British socialite who is accused of acting as Epstein’s pimp and procuring young girls for him and his friends.
Ghislaine Maxwell is pictured with Prince Andrew and Virginia Roberts, who says that the Duke of York slept with her after Jeffrey Epstein trafficked her to London
Maxwell, the daughter of alleged Mossad operative Robert Maxwell, is one of several close associates of Epstein under investigation by the FBI.
She denies procuring underaged girls for Epstein, but she has so far not been interviewed by authorities and her whereabouts remain unknown.
‘How is anyone, friend or family member, hiding such a monster?? 99% of the population would turn [in] Ghislaine Maxwell. Who’s hiding who and why??’ Roberts tweeted.
‘Maxwell’s downfall will be her arrogance- in her eyes always above the law,’ Roberts added.
Epstein’s death in August, at age 66, came a little over a month after he was arrested and charged with trafficking dozens of underage girls as young as 14
Virginia Roberts claims Ghislaine Maxwell (right) recruited her into Jeffrey Epstein’s (left) circle before the financier forced her to have sex with his wealthy and powerful friends
‘She is diabolically evil. I would suggest to whoever is hiding her or knows whereabouts she is, to turn her in as she’d easily throw anyone who gets in her way under the bus,’ she continued.
Epstein died in federal custody while facing sex trafficking charges. His death was ruled a suicide by New York City’s medical examiner, but his lawyers have disputed that finding.
Epstein’s death in August, at age 66, came a little over a month after he was arrested and charged with trafficking dozens of underage girls as young as 14 from at least 2002 to 2005. Prosecutors said he recruited girls to give him massages, which became sexual in nature.