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Prince Andrew: "He was a creep" – masseuse burdens him heavily

A woman has spoken out again who says she was molested by Prince Andrew. Their allegations weigh particularly heavily.

London – The downward spiral in which Prince Andrew (61) finds himself seems to have no end. Now another woman has come forward to say she was harassed and harassed by the Queen’s son while working as his masseuse*.

Prince Andrew: “He was a creep” – masseuse burdens him heavily

Prince Andrew’s reputation can no longer be saved. The serious allegations made by Virginia Giuffre* (38), who accuses the Royal of having sexually abused her as a minor, are actually more than enough to destroy the 61-year-old’s reputation forever. Andrew has already lost the support of the Royal Family*. In addition to Giuffre, other women have recently spoken out who wanted to unpack their own negative experiences with the Duke of York. A former maid, for example, claimed that the prince yelled at her in the best choleric manner and insulted her wildly*.

Another lady spoke to the British magazine “The Sun” about her negative experiences with the son of Queen Elizabeth* (95). She, too, doesn’t take kindly to Andrew.

Prinz Andrew steht in einem steinernen Torbogen und schaut ernst zur Seite (Symbolbild).


Prince Andrew’s former masseuse claims to have been harassed by him (symbol image).

Prince Andrew: “He wanted to cross a line”

Emma Gruenbaum (50) was hired by Prince Andrew* as a masseuse about 16 years ago. During her work he questioned her about her love life, cracked lewd jokes and inquired about her personal preferences in the most baseless way. Gruenbaum told The Sun that she was certain the 61-year-old wanted “more” from her than just using her professional services. He kept trying to hug her and wanted to “cross a line”. “He was just a total creep,” said the 50-year-old. “Thank God I was able to handle it at 34. But it’s not fair for a man of his rank to put a young woman in such a situation,” she said.

She is sharing her unpleasant experiences with the public right now because she feels obliged to do so. “I don’t want to sit by and say nothing about how he behaved towards me while calling Virginia [Giuffre] delusional,” Emma Gruenbaum said. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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