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UK Police Forced to “Review” New Accusations Against Maxwell and Epstein After Media Exposé


While Maxwell is awaiting her trial here in the US, her maleficent behavior is gaining global attention.

There are new accusations in Britain against Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein warranting an investigation.

Police in the UK are looking into these “new” accusations that Maxwell and Epstein groomed, trafficked, and raped numerous girls.

Because of a recent news report that aired in London on Channel 4 News, Britain’s Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) will now “review” the allegations.

MPS hasn’t heavily probed Epstein’s relationship with Prince Andrew, and up until now, no further action has been taken. 

Could this be because of their relationship with Prince Andrew?

Prince Andrew has his own allegations against him that he had sexual encounters with underage girls.

As they say, birds of a feather flock together!

The New York Post has more on the investigation and Prince Andrew’s connection:

British police are investigating shocking new accusations that Ghislaine Maxwell and late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein trafficked, groomed and even raped numerous girls in the UK.

London’s Metropolitan Police confirmed to The Post that it will “review” the explosive allegations, which aired Tuesday as a Channel 4 investigation — part of which focused on complaints about the force’s own lack of action.

The TV special unearthed more than half a dozen claims that young women and girls were allegedly targeted, trafficked, groomed, or abused by the pair over a period lasting more than a decade.

“The true number may be much higher,” the host says in the trailer before questioning why so little action had been taken by authorities.

The most significant allegations include serious sexual assault and rape, the outlet said, noting that none led to full investigations.

“I was terrified and I was telling him to stop,” one woman says in the trailer.

The evidence came from a combination of publicly available documentation — including court papers — as well as witness accounts and interviews, Channel 4 said.

Epstein — who killed himself in his Manhattan federal lockup in August 2019 — was allegedly “aided and abetted” by “his British partner, Ghislaine Maxwell,” Channel 4 claims in the trailer.

“She is a monster — she’s worse than Epstein,” one unseen woman can be heard saying.

The pair were known to have made trips to London, with flight logs showing at least 51 trips in and out on multimillionaire Epstein’s private planes, including his so-called “Lolita Express” jet, Channel 4 reported.

The pals were also visitors at royal residences including Balmoral, Windsor and Sandringham, the investigation noted.

One accuser, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, has repeatedly alleged that she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew when she was just 17 in 2001 in Maxwell’s London home.

But despite pleas from Giuffre and her legal team, London’s Met Police never opened a full investigation — a move the force has repeatedly stood by.

A former leading UK prosecutor ripped the decision as “concerning.”

“From what I’ve seen, there is clearly enough evidence for the police to investigate more thoroughly than they have done up to now,” Nazir Afzal OBE, the former chief crown prosecutor for northwest England, told Channel 4.

He suggested that the “perception here is a different approach was taken in relation to these alleged offenses” — potentially because of Epstein and Maxwell’s close ties to Andrew.

A Met Police spokesperson confirmed to The Post that it would review the information — while insisting it still “stands by the statement” a senior officer made in 2019 justifying the decision not to fully investigate the initial allegations.

“The MPS always takes allegations of sexual offenses and exploitation seriously,” the spokesperson said.

“The MPS is clear that it will investigate allegations where there is sufficient evidence of an offense having taken place, where it is the appropriate authority to do so, and where those against whom the allegations are made are alive.”

The force confirmed it had “received an allegation of non-recent trafficking for sexual exploitation” in 2015 — but it didn’t have the “appropriate authority” to conduct a full investigation.

“Officers assessed the available evidence, interviewed the complainant and obtained early investigative advice from the Crown Prosecution Service,” authorities said.

“However, following the legal advice, it was clear that any investigation into human trafficking would be largely focused on activities and relationships outside the UK.”

In November 2016, the Met Police ultimately made the decision that the matter would not proceed to a full criminal investigation.

That decision was reviewed after Epstein’s death and officers “concluded that the position should remain unchanged,” the spokesperson said, adding that the force has “continued to liaise and offer assistance with other law enforcement agencies.”

“We will always consider any new information and will review the information sent to us from Channel 4,” the spokesperson concluded.

Maxwell, the daughter of late disgraced media titan Robert Maxwell, remains in custody in the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges. She has pleaded not guilty and maintains her innocence.

Prince Andrew has also repeatedly denied having sex with Giuffre or having any idea that Epstein was abusing women.

It seems only under intense scrutiny from the media will the police look into the sexual allegations of Epstein and Maxwell.

Is Prince Andrew’s connection to Maxwell/Epstein censoring this story?

Forbes has more on the Channel 4 News report:

Years after British police shuttered their investigation into Jeffrey Epstein, a new report from broadcaster Channel 4 News has prompted a review of claims the disgraced financier and his former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell—who is currently awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges in the U.S.—sexually abused, trafficked and groomed multiple women and girls in Britain. 

The Channel 4 News investigation, aired Tuesday, found “more than half a dozen claims” from young girls and women in the U.K. who allege they were targeted, trafficked, groomed or abused by Epstein and Maxwell. 

These allegations—unearthed from a combination of “publicly available documentation (including court papers), witness accounts, and interviews”—span a 10-year period, according to the report. 

Channel 4 News said the alleged offenses include serious sexual assault and rape, and further implicate British socialite Maxwell, who has pleaded “not guilty” to charges she helped recruit, groom and sexually abuse minors as young as 14. 

The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) said in a statement to Channel 4 News that it will “review” the information put forward in the report.

Maxwell’s lawyer could not immediately be reached for comment.

Britain’s Metropolitan Police dropped an investigation into Epstein in 2019. The force acknowledged it received an “allegation of non-recent trafficking for sexual exploitation against a US national, Jeffrey Epstein, and a British woman in 2015 relating to events outside of the UK and an allegation of trafficking to central London in March 2001.” But the Metropolitan Police Service said it closed its case as available evidence made clear it would be “largely focused on activities and relationships outside the UK.” Channel 4 News in its report highlighted “serious questions” about why force headquarters Scotland Yard closed its investigation into the allegations in 2019, exploring the widely speculated—but unconfirmed—issue that Prince Andrew’s ties to the scandal may have influenced its handling (the second-eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II stepped back from public duties in 2019 following allegations a teenager was trafficked to him by Epstein).

The MPS told Channel 4 News “stands by” its handling of the 2019 investigation. “Officers assessed the available evidence, interviewed the complainant and obtained early investigative advice from the Crown Prosecution Service,” the force said.

What type of “early investigative advice” did the MPS receive from the Crown Prosecution Service?

Perhaps a case of nothing to see here?

There’s no denying the similar stories of many women.

And we must keep fighting for those that never get a chance to share their story.

Check out the Channel 4 exposé on Maxwell, Epstein, and Prince Andrew from YouTube below before it’s censored:

These pedophiles can’t hide behind the fake news media forever. 

With the world awakening to the deep state, redemption and justice is coming.

And once everyone knows the truth, these pedophiles won’t be able to walk the streets.


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