Prince Andrew
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Prince Andrew on 19 January 2020.
Prince Andrew faces a fresh demand to tell the FBI "everything" about paedo pal Jeffrey Epstein, according to reports.

The embattled Duke of York has been told "step up...reveal what you know" after it emerged he visited a second tycoon facing child sex charges.

Andrew reportedly stayed in Peter Nygard's mansion in the Bahamas with ex-wife Sarah Ferguson in 2000.

The billionaire tycoon, 77, is accused of raping 10 teens but strongly denies the allegations and there is no suggestion Andrew knew of his alleged criminality.

But in the wake of the new claims, Lisa Bloom - the lawyer for Epstein's victims - has urged Andrew to speak to the FBI, the Mirror reports.

She said: "Now, more than ever, it is essential that you co-operate. Victims are crying out for justice. Hear their voices."

WAR OF WORDS

The FBI have reached out to Andrew for an interview about Epstein, who killed himself in jail while awaiting sex trafficking charges.

Andrew is said to have been "angry and bewildered" by claims he failed to co-operate with the US intelligence agency last month.

It came after US prosecutors accused the duke of "zero co-operation" with their investigation.

But his pals furiously hit back saying the royal was "committed to the legal process" and was "more than happy to talk" but "hasn't been approached yet".

Epstein's alleged sex slave Virginia Roberts claims she was forced to have sex with the prince three times when she was a teenager.

Andrew has vehemently denied her claims.

SEX CLAIMS

He was forced to quit as a frontline royal last year, following his car crash chat with Emily Maitlis on Newsnight.

During the interview, he suggested that a photograph showing him and Ms Roberts together in the home of Maxwell was faked.

He said he had "no recollection" of meeting Ms Roberts Giuffre and claimed he was at a Pizza Express in Woking on one of the days they were meant to have had sex.

When asked whether he regretted continuing his friendship with Epstein, the prince said: "Do I regret the fact that he has quite obviously conducted himself in a manner unbecoming? Yes."

"Unbecoming?" Miss Maitlis replied. "He was a sex offender."

FBI and federal prosecutors in Manhattan are trying to bring justice for dozens of Epstein's victims - by going after his alleged accomplices.

Epstein, 66, killed himself in jail last year while awaiting trial on child sex trafficking allegations - following numerous bungled probes into his conduct.

Prosecutors had accused him of sexually exploiting dozens of women and girls in New York and Florida before he hanged himself.

The Sun Online has contacted the Palace for comment.