Fergie’s telephone call to Prince Andrew’s pervert ex-pal Jeffrey Epstein

The friendship between paedophile Jeffrey Epstein and the Royal ­Family faces renewed scrutiny after a ­message to the billionaire from the Duchess of York was unearthed.

Evidence taken from the 66-year-old pervert’s Florida home shows how Sarah Ferguson, 59, called the disgraced hedge fund manager.

A note pad seized by police ahead of his 2008 conviction has shown how Fergie left her mobile number for Epstein to call her back.

The message, penned by his employee on January 25, 2005, at 7.15pm, states: “HRH Duchess of York Sarah (Fergie)… is expecting your call”.

In more seized evidence, Epstein’s “little black book” had 18 numbers for Fergie and her email address.

Epstein is being held in Manhattan after he was charged last month with underage sex trafficking.

He faces up to 45 years in jail if convicted.

In 2011, Ferguson admitted she accepted £15,000 from him.

In an attempt to defend her ex-husband Prince Andrew, 59, against allegations he had helped ­negotiate the payment, she appeared to drag him further into the controversy by saying: “The Duke sorted out my debts,” adding the deal had been agreed “through the Duke’s office”.

She later issued an urgent clarification in which she said she had dealt directly with Epstein and denied her ex-husband or his staff had negotiated the payment.

Epstein had initially offered to pay off far more of the duchess’s debts than the £15,000 he handed over.

She later said: “I personally… deeply regret that Jeffrey Epstein became involved in any way with me.

“I will repay the money and will have nothing ever to do with Jeffrey Epstein ever again.”

In Epstein’s contacts book, he had 16 numbers for Andrew, who had ­separated from Fergie in 1992 – 13 years before the phone message.

In 2008 Epstein admitted procuring a minor for prostitution and soliciting prostitution by minors.


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