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Supposed Diary of Jeffrey Epstein's Alleged Sex Slave Reveals Disturbing Details With Prince Andrew

A diary purportedly belonging to Virginia Roberts, the sex slave Palm Beach financier Jeffrey Epstein "loaned" out to billionaires and, allegedly, to Prince Andrew when she was underaged, reveals sordid and dark details of her experiences at the hands of Epstein and other high-powered men she claims she was ordered to have sex with.

RadarOnline says that it obtained the 24-page diary and that it's written in Roberts' handwriting. In it, Roberts gets into graphic detail about her sexual experience with the Duke of York in 2001 and how Epstein ordered her to do it.

See also: In Jeffrey Epstein Underage Sex Case, Woman Says She Was Forced to Have Sex With Prince Andrew, Alan Dershowitz, and "World Leaders"

The diary reveals how Roberts was helped to get a passport for the U.K. by Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein's right-hand woman. Roberts' parents were allegedly fooled into thinking she was being trained to become a professional masseuse.

According to RadarOnline, Roberts also wrote that her daily chores included massages, sex, and dressing Epstein.

She was also allegedly ordered to recruit new sex slaves for Epstein in Europe as well as in America.

"I would offer money to come meet my gentlemen friend and tell them I'd show them how to massage," the diary reads. "I never brought back a girl that ever said no, or didn't want to participate in an erotic massage."

But things turn really dark when the diary get into details about Roberts' meeting Prince Andrew and eventually having sex with him.

The diary speaks of a dinner Andrews attended with her and how "the Prince's attention towards me amplified... making eye contact at every given chance and concentrating at my plunging V-neck top."

The prince then took her to a club for drinks and dancing. The two then ended up at Maxwell's private townhouse.

"I was doing my best trying to put on a good show for him by slowly undressing and started to pour a bath," the diary reads. "The room quickly filled with steam from the hot water as I turned to Andrew and began to kiss his neck and undress him."

It then gets more explicit.

"He was caressing every part of my naked body and filling my head with endless compliments about my blossoming figure.

"[We] continued with back and forth foreplay, touching, kissing, and him even licking my toes," the diary reads. "'I love your feet,' he whispered, 'they are so irresistible.'"

The diary then says the two had brief sex, and when they were done, the prince was no longer the attentive gentleman he had been all night. He got dressed and quickly left the scene on his own.

"The entire affair was short-lived, when his climax was achieved he was not the same attentive guy I had known for the last few hours. Instead, he quickly got dressed, said his goodbyes and slipped out of my bedroom to the driver still waiting for him outside."

All parties involved in Roberts' lawsuit, including Epstein and Prince Andrew, have denied the allegations. Maxwell has also denied them.

According to a report in the Daily Mail, Roberts is writing a book about her ordeal where she will name names (including an as-yet-unnamed prime minister) of the men Epstein forced her to have sex with when she was just a teen.

The book promises to give more information than is found in the lawsuit and, according to the report, will present forensic evidence to support Roberts' claims.

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