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So Prince Andrew Allegedly Had an Orgy With Jeff Epstein's Sex Slave.


It's not often you get to write a headline like that.

Wow this case was already insane but reading the allegations in this affidavit just lifted it to another level:

Actually I can't bring myself to quote any of it.

The allegations about Dershowitz are equally insane.

In related news, Jack Scarola tried to serve Buckingham Palace, with predictable results:
Jane Doe 3 said she hoped that Andrew would accept what she was saying now that it has become public. “Given what he knows and has seen, I was hoping he would simply voluntarily tell the truth about everything. I hope my attorneys can interview Prince Andrew under oath about the contacts and that he will tell the truth,” she wrote.

Her lawyer, Jack Scarola, has written to Prince Andrew asking him to submit to questioning but court documents show that Federal Express was unable to deliver the letter to Buckingham Palace as it was “refused by the recipient” when it arrived this month.
Good lord.


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  1. First they murder Princess Diana and now this.

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  2. This thing is going to get good. The fact that Dersh now resides in Florida and cannot remove the defamation case means Scarola is going to have a field day in discovery.

    My advice to Dersh. Hire Paul Cali quick and dump Kendall Coffee.

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  3. Dear Kendall, 1985 is calling!

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  4. Wow. Yes. As Orwell might've said, that affidavit is full of "unprintable words."

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  5. Jack will mop the floor with Tom and Kendall.

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  6. Dersh's interviews are not helping him. They are filled with inconsistencies and contradictions. He should let his lawyers talk for him.

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  7. 8 at a time is total overkill. It's impossible to provide adequate attention to any more than 4 or 5 sex slaves at a time.

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  8. Godwhacker's comment is too hilarious.

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  9. Gluttony is one of the seven deadly sins.

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  10. Did ANYBODY notice Towie Sam?!?!?! wow

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  11. Why so dismissive when it comes to the allegations against Dershowitz? Is he "hands-off" for some unspoken reason? Quite frankly, as one comment pointed out, he comes off like a deer caught in the headlights and the conflicts and inconsistencies seem to suggest some involvement. I am sick and tired of these forums playing favorites! If one had to judge based on his demeanor etc., it doesn't look good. But that would be totally inappropriate. As would a brush- off blog commentary such as YOURS! Please tell us why the charges are "ridiculous>"?

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