Prince Andrew’s alibi questioned on night he’s accused of sex with girl, 17

A former royal protection officer has raised questions about the night Prince Andrew is accused of having sex with teenage trafficking victim Virginia Roberts.

Prince Andrew, who strenuously denies the allegation, says he took his daughter Beatrice to Pizza Express in Woking and then went back home to Sunninghill on the evening of March 11, 2001.

However, the officer, who asked to remain anonymous, said he believes the Duke of of York may have returned to Buckingham Palace that night.

He told the Mail on Sunday that he remembers the Prince arriving in the middle of the night and being rude to guards when they did not open the gates as quickly as he wanted.

It could have been the same night the Duke is alleged to have had sex with Ms Roberts, 17, after dancing at Tramp nightclub, he believes.

The officer spoke out because he wants to ‘see justice done’, he told the paper, adding he was willing to speak to lawyers acting for Jeffrey Epstein’s victims.

His claims were detailed in a signed affidavit, the paper said.

He intends to use FOI and data protection laws to access his shifts to check he was working.

Prince Andrew was removed from public duties in November following allegations he had slept with a teenager who was trafficked by Epstein.

Virginia Giuffre claimed she was trafficked when she was 17 and was forced into three sexual encounters with the prince in London, New York and on a private Caribbean island owned by the sex offender.

The prince has ‘categorically’ denied all allegations.

Buckingham Palace declined to comment.

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