The Duke of York should apologise with Jeffrey Epstein, a lawyer.
He predicted Prince Andrew’s interview with BBC Newsnight on Saturday”gloomy” and”gloomy”.
On Monday, Mr Kuvin advised the Now programme:”It was gloomy he [Prince Andrew] did not disclose the width of his friendship for this particular guy and apologise.
“The mere truth he was buddies with a convicted sex offender and opted to keep his connection with him it only demonstrates a lack of awareness of the width of what this guy [Epstein] did to those women.”
Prince Andrew told the BBC the criminal conduct of Epstein was never guessed by him to the three houses of the US financier.
However, Mr. Kuvin stated he”didn’t believe there wasn’t any manner” the prince might have prevented seeing what was happening,” with young women being shuttled in and out of these houses”.
Mr. Kuvin reported the attention of Epstein’s accusers had turned to prospective co-conspirators.
It’s resulted in questions being asked regarding what character Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s previous girlfriend, could have played procuring heterosexual women.
Prince Andrew is facing calls to inform the US government about his friendship with Epstein – while awaiting trial on charges, that took his life.
Lisa Bloom – that represents five additional Epstein accusers – told the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire app: “I believe he has made matters worse for himself in this informative article and I think that it’s more likely the police will need to talk to him today – and they ought to wish to.”
Gloria Allred – yet another attorney, also symbolizing one of Epstein’s accusers – informed Good Morning Britain: “Now he has been in the courtroom of public opinion he must testify against the FBI.