Prince Indore speaks for the first time about his relationship with the late billionaire Epstein

Media and commentators in Britain on Sunday criticized the "bold" dialogue in which Prince Andrew discussed charges of links to a suicide businessman accused of sex crimes by Jeffrey Abstan.

The BBC broadcast an interview with Prince Andrew, 59, on "60 Minutes" late on Saturday, when he was asked about a woman's accusations that he had forced her to have sex with him as a teenager who was "detained". For sexual purposes "by Epstein.

Indore said he "does not remember" the interview with Virginia Robert - now Virginia Geoffrey - who says she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew when she was 17.

The British daily Mill wrote on its front page that Indore had not said "any word of conscience" in the conversation in which Andrew appeared "confused" in front of viewers.

Celebrity lawyer Mark Stevens told The Guardian that Andrew's strategy "only works if you have a complete answer to every possible question, and the dialogue has seen a lot of open ends."


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