A 36-year-old woman who claims to have trafficked sex in Jeffrey Epstein wrote a cryptic Twitter message on Tuesday, saying she is by no means "suicidal" and there are "many bad people" who want to calm her down.
Virginia Roberts Giuffre, one of Epstein's most outspoken accusers, also stated that Prince andrew he was one of the men with whom she was forced to have sex, an accusation that led him to leave Buckingham Palace and perform official services to the royals.
"I'm publicly disclosing [sic] that I am not or am sucidal [sic] at all," she wrote. “I made this known to my therapist and general practitioner. If something happens to me on behalf of my family, don't let it go away and help me protect them. Many bad people want to see me quiteted [sic]. "
Giuffre interviewed the BBC earlier this month in which he described being trafficked to London in 2011.
She told the BBC Epstein and her girlfriend, Ghislaine Maxwell, took her to a club where she met Prince Andrew.
She said after they left the club "in the car, Ghislaine told me that I have to do for Andrew what I do for Jeffrey and that made me sick."
She said she was forced to have sex with the prince in Maxwell's apartment later that night.
The price "absolutely and categorically" negates the claims.
Epstein died in a New York prison last August in what was considered suicide after being charged with sex trafficking.