A former employee of Jeffrey Epstein is reportedly “ready and willing” to testify against Prince Andrew in a sexual assault lawsuit brought on by Virginia Roberts Giuffre.
Steve Scully, who was employed by Epstein for six years, is willing to testify about what he saw in the Manhattan Federal Court case.
According to a report from The Sun, Scully says he saw Prince Andrew kissing and grinding against a bikini-clad Giuffre by a pool between 2001 and 2004.
“I was working on the phone and he (Andrew) was by the pool with Virginia. As soon as I saw him, I recognised him,” Scully told the Sun. “I thought, ‘If I had a camera in my bag right now, I’d have a $50,000 picture’.”
The former employee told the paper that they were “bumping and grinding” for several minutes before lying on lounge chairs by the pool.
Scully said he was “struck” by how young the girl was — but he apparently did nothing to intervene.
“She stood like a kid would stand behind a parent,” he said, adding “Andrew’s protecting himself and his family.”
The telecom specialist said that if Giuffre’s lawyers call he will give a deposition under oath.
“If Virginia’s lawyers call, I will definitely speak to them and I would give a deposition under oath telling them what I saw,” Scully continued. “The nice thing about the truth is that it doesn’t change!”
“There’s no question in my mind that I saw Prince Andrew and Virginia together and no question that he would remember the incident either,” Scully said. “He should come clean.”
Giuffre has long claimed that Prince Andrew sexually assaulted her in New York, London and on Epstein’s “pedo island” when she was 17.