Writing to client Evgeny Morozov in 2013, literary agent John Brockman described seeing Epstein and…
- US literary agent John Brockman revealed the incident in a 2013 email exchange
- Writing to client Evgeny Morozov, Brockman described seeing Epstein and a British man getting foot massages from two young well-dressed Russian women’
- After speaking with the Brit he realized he was Prince Andrew, Duke of York
- Buckingham Palace has strenuously denied any allegations of wrongdoing linked to Andrew’s relationship with Epstein
Prince Andrew was seen inside Jeffrey Epstein’s £65m New York apartment getting a foot massage from a young Russian woman, according to a US literary agent.
In an email to writer Evgeny Morozov from his agent John Brockman, dated 12 September 2013, the literary agent wrote about a visit to Epstein at his Manhattan home.
In the email, published in the New Republic magazine, he wrote: ‘I walked in to find him in a sweatsuit and a British guy in a suit with suspenders [braces], getting foot massages from two young well-dressed Russian women.’
He says the Brit, named ‘Andy’ discussed cyber security and the Julian Assange case.
Brockman said Epstein’s guest then went on to complain about press coverage of his lifestyle, making a comparison with European royalty.
Brockman wrote that ‘Andy’ said: ‘In Monaco, Albert works 12 hours a day but at 9pm, when he goes out, he does whatever he wants, and nobody cares. But, if I do it, I’m in big trouble.’
Brockman added: ‘I realized that the recipient of Irina’s foot massage was his Royal Highness, Prince Andrew, the Duke of York.’ READ MORE…