Jeffrey Epstein's pal Ghislaine Maxwell apparently didn't get along with Princess Diana, a new documentary revealed.
“Ghislaine’s like: ‘Look, there we made her [Diana] cry, isn’t that funny? We hated Diana,'" Maria Farmer, who was a victim of Epstein and Maxwell's, said in the BBC documentary House of Maxwell. “That’s what she said. I was like: ‘Oh my god, that’s horrible.' They were very mean to her, like abusive, but they thought it was really funny. Very, very sick.”
Epstein, who died in prison in 2019, was also friends with Prince Andrew.
The prince previously spoke out about their relationship when he was interviewed for Newsnight.
"Well, I met through his girlfriend back in 1999 who … and I'd known her since she was at university in the U.K. and it would be, to some extent, a stretch to say that as it were we were close friends. I mean we were friends because of other people and I had a lot of opportunity to go to the United States but I didn't have much time with him," he stated. "I suppose I saw him once or twice a year, perhaps maybe maximum of three times a year and quite often if I was in the United States and doing things and if he wasn't there, he would say, 'Well, why don't you come and use my houses?' so I said, 'That's very kind, thank you very much indeed.'"
He added, "But it would be a considerable stretch to say that he was a very, very close friend. But he had the most extraordinary ability to bring extraordinary people together and that's the bit that I remember as going to the dinner parties where you would meet academics, politicians, people from the United Nations..."
Virginia Roberts, who was also a victim of Maxwell and Epstein, sued Prince Andrew for allegedly raping her when she was 17 years old, but they later settled.
For her part, Maxwell was found guilty of five crimes, including sex trafficking.