Prince Charles forced disgraced brother Andrew into a royal showdown where he “read him the riot act” over the Jeffrey Epstein sex-trafficking scandal, it was claimed Wednesday.
Charles, the 71-year-old heir to the throne, forced his humiliated younger brother to Sandringham, the Queen’s country retreat, for a so-called crunch summit before his accuser’s explosive BBC interview aired Monday night, according to the Sun.
Their father, 98-year-old Prince Philip, was also at the meeting, with sources previously saying the royals were demanding Andrew be “up front, open and honest” about other potential bombshells.
"His sweat was like - it was raining basically everywhere and I was just like grossed out from it.”— Panorama 🌐 (@BBCPanorama) December 2, 2019
Virginia Giuffre describes the night she danced with Prince Andrew at a London nightclub.
Prince Andrew says he doesn’t recall meeting Virginia and "didn’t sweat at the time." pic.twitter.com/ghCz1hvAk2
Where IS Prince Andrew's wanted woman? Ghislaine Maxwell is at the heart of sex claims about the royal – but h... https://t.co/kgLV1zCZ71— Humanist. (@kennuck) December 4, 2019