Prince Andrew and Ghislaine Maxwell chatted on the phone about the Jeffrey Epstein accuser who accused the royal of sleeping with her as a teen, new court documents suggest.
Email correspondence from Jan. 3, 2015 between the British socialite and Andrew emerged in a deposition made public Thursday.
“Let me know when we can talk,” the queen’s embattled son allegedly emailed Maxwell. “Got some specific questions to ask you about Virginia Roberts.”
The exchange between the two close friends was first revealed last year in a BBC Panorama documentary.
It also appeared in the 465-page transcript of Maxwell’s deposition from 2016, taken as part of a since-settled defamation case brought against her by Giuffre — but with Andrew’s named redacted.
Giuffre has claimed she was recruited and groomed by Maxwell for sex with Epstein and his powerful pals, including Prince Andrew, whom she claims to have slept with three times when she was 17.
In the deposition, Maxwell said she couldn’t remember exactly when she and Andrew spoke but said they talked about “just what a liar she is.”
“What did he say to you?” asked Giuffre’s lawyer.
Maxwell replied, “What a liar she is . . . I don’t think he told me why she was a liar. The substance of everything that she said was a lie with regard to him.”
Buckingham Palace issued a statement denying her allegations on Jan. 2, 2015 — a day before reaching out to Maxwell, his close friend.
“Any suggestion of impropriety with underage minors is categorically untrue,” the palace said at the time.
Maxwell issued a similar statement the same day, denying Giuffre’s allegations that she was complicit in Epstein’s abuse.