Prince Andrew accuser Virginia Roberts tells Epstein pals ‘we’re going to take your freedom’ in Netflix doc Filthy Rich

PRINCE Andrew accuser Virginia Roberts warns Jeffrey Epstein's pals "we’re going to take your freedom" in a new Netflix documentary looking into the late tycoon's crimes.

Four-part series Filthy Rich promises to expose how the multi-millionaire sex offender used his "wealth and power" to carry out his sickening campaign of abuse.

The promo clip for the series features images of Epstein with Ghislaine Maxwell  – the socialite accused of acting as a pimp for the wealthy sex trafficker.

It also shows Prince Andrew with Epstein "sex slave" Ms Roberts, who can later be heard warning: 'The monsters are still out there. You took our freedom, now we're going to take yours."

Ms Roberts has claimed Epstein recruited her into his circle before he forced her to have sex with his wealthy pals – including the senior royal – when she was just  17.

Prince Andrew has emphatically denied any relationship with Ms Roberts and has said he cannot recall being present for the now infamous 2001 picture of them together.

Maxwell is being investigated by the FBI over allegations she procured girls for Epstein and is also being sued by a number of his victims.

She has always strongly denied the allegations against her.

“The series exposes a horrifying story of relentless manipulation and sex trafficking,” Netflix stated on its See What’s Next Twitter account.

“Epstein’s survivors serve as the series’ pre-eminent voices, providing powerful testimonials about their experiences, and inspiration in their resilience.”

The documentary notes state: "“With their frightening firsthand accounts, Epstein’s accusers are the leading voices in director Lisa Bryant’s four-part docuseries Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich.

"By revealing their emotional scars, some for the very first time, the sisterhood of survivors intend to stop predators — and the American justice system — from silencing the next generation.”

It also promises to look into whether or not Epstein took his own life in prison while awaiting trial, asking: "Did he kill himself? Was he killed?"

Epstein's death was ruled a suicide by New York City's Chief Medical Examiner after he was found hanged in his cell at Manhattan's Metropolitan Correctional Center in early August.

The 66-year-old had been placed on suicide watch while awaiting trial on new sex trafficking charges.

However, a top pathologist who worked on the OJ Simpson case has sensationally claimed he was murdered in prison.

New York City’s former chief medical examiner Dr Michael Baden believes the shamed tycoon did not kill himself and was most likely strangled.

The trailer also shows photos of Epstein's Caribbean estate dubbed "paedo island" as witnesses are heard claiming they saw young women ferried to and from his luxury homes.

Epstein bought the island of Little St James two decades ago – transforming it into a high-security private oasis, complete with a mansion and a bizarre blue and white gold-domed structure.

Neighbouring islander Kevin Goodrich, who operates boat charters from nearby St Thomas, has said: “Everybody called it ‘Paedophile Island' … It’s our dark corner.”

Many have speculated that the child sex abuse Epstein has been accused of may have occurred on the secluded hideaway.

The series also touches on Epstein's "Gatsby-like" existence mixing with the world's rich and famous.

Others talk about his "spider web" of connections and how he felt he was untouchable because of his incredible wealth and power.

The series also contains rare glimpses of Epstein's police interviews in which he is seen "pleading the fifth" – or refusing to answer questions.

Virginia Roberts believes the new series – set to be released on May 27 – will impart an important message.

“The Netflix team were wonderful to me & my husband,” she wrote on Twitter, adding that the series is “looking to tell the world the truth of what went on behind closed doors.”

“I hope the message reaches the voiceless & helps give them a voice & I hope the message is clear to anyone who thinks $=no thinks again!”

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