Prince Andrew accuser Virginia Giuffre says he was ‘raining’ sweat while dancing at nightclub

In her first UK interview, Virginia Giuffre — previously known as Virginia Roberts — told the BBC’s Panorama that when she was 17 years old she was trafficked by Epstein and forced to have sex with his friends, including the Duke of York. Giuffre also accused the prince, who has repeatedly denied the allegations, of lying about their encounter and urged the British public to back her over Andrew.

“I’m calling BS on this, because that’s what it is,” she said. “He knows what happened. I know what happened, and there’s only one of us telling the truth, and I know that’s me,” she told the BBC.

But Buckingham Palace denied her allegations in a statement to CNN on Monday.

“It is emphatically denied that The Duke of York had any form of sexual contact or relationship with Virginia Roberts. Any claim to the contrary is false and without foundation,” they said.

Virginia Giuffre appeared in her first UK interview and revealed new details of how she was allegedly forced to have sex with Prince Andrew.

In 2001, Giuffre alleges that Epstein brought her to London, where she was introduced to Prince Andrew and went dancing at a nightclub with Epstein, his then-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell and the prince.

Giuffre, in a 2015 defamation case brought against Maxwell alleged that she “was forced to have sexual relations with this Prince when she was a minor in three separate geographical locations,” including London, New York, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The case was settled in 2017.

Prince Andrew steps back from public duties after his much-criticized interview about Jeffrey Epstein ties

Maxwell has denied all allegations levied against her. Her attorneys have previously denied she engaged in sexual abuse or sex trafficking.

In the court filings, Maxwell and her attorney portray Giuffre as an unreliable narrator, pointing to errors in certain dates and figures she provided.

Giuffre has said the errors were mistakes.

At London nightclub Tramp in a VIP section, Giuffre said Andrew ordered her a vodka and asked her to dance.

“He is the most hideous dancer I’ve ever seen in my life,” Giuffre told the BBC. “I mean it was horrible and this guy was sweating all over me, like his sweat was, like it was raining basically everywhere, I was just like grossed out from it but I knew I had to keep him happy because that’s what Jeffrey and Ghislaine would have expected from me.”

When they left the club, Giuffre says she was given instructions from Maxwell. “In the car Ghislaine tells me that I have to do for Andrew what I do for Jeffrey and that just made me sick,” Giuffre said, adding that she had sex with the prince at Maxwell’s house in London’s Belgravia.

A photograph appearing to show Prince Andrew with Jeffrey Epstein's accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre and, in the background, Ghislaine Maxwell.

“It didn’t happen.” Prince Andrew told the BBC last month. “…That couldn’t have happened because the date that’s being suggested I was at home with the children,” he said.

Prince Andrew has vehemently denied all of Giuffre’s allegations. “I have no recollection of ever meeting this lady, none whatsoever,” he told the BBC in November.

Epstein, a convicted sex offender, died in August while awaiting trial on new sex trafficking charges; the New York City medical examiner determined he had died by suicide.

Buckingham Palace said in response to the interview that the Duke “unequivocally regrets his ill-judged association with Jeffrey Epstein” and “deeply sympathizes with those affected who want some form of closure.”

The BBC spoke with Giuffre before Andrew was interviewed by the broadcaster in November, when he said he did not recall meeting her and that he “didn’t sweat at the time” because of a medical condition. During the interview, the prince was also asked about a photo that appeared to show him with his arm around Giuffre’s waist; he responded by saying he had “no recollection of the photograph ever being taken” and suggested that the photo could have been faked.

Following Andrew’s interview, Giuffre told the BBC she stood by her account of events.

“People on the inside are going to keep coming up with these ridiculous excuses like his arm was elongated or the photo was doctored,” she said.

In a 2015 federal court filing, Giuffre alleged Epstein forced her to perform sex acts with several prominent men, including Prince Andrew in 2001. All of the men denied the allegations.

Giuffre said she implores the British public to “stand up” beside her and “to not accept this as being OK.”

“This is not some sordid sex story,” she said. “This is a story of being trafficked, this is a story of abuse and this is a story of your guys’ royalty.”

Giuffre’s full interview with the BBC will air on Monday night.