Apparently some of the recent interview between this famous police agency and the disgraced actor dealt with two underage residents of that country who had nothing to do with the actor, but everything to do with a royal who was present at the same time as the actor when it happened.
Kevin Spacey Questioned by Scotland Yard Detectives About Allegations of Sexual Assault in London
Kevin Spacey has been questioned by London’s Metropolitan Police over six separate allegations of sexual assault.
The Scotland Yard detectives traveled to the U.S to interview the two-time Oscar-winner, 59, who faces multiple allegations of sexual misconduct on both sides of the Atlantic.
“In May 2019, a man was voluntarily interviewed under caution in America, by officers from the Met’s Complex Case Team,” said a Scotland Yard statement obtained by PEOPLE. The statement does not directly name Spacey.
“He was not arrested,” Scotland Yard officials add. “Enquiries are ongoing.” – Source
The Royal Family’s Disturbing Connection to Jeffrey Epstein
Though it is not clear exactly when the prince and Epstein’s relationship began (according to the Guardian, probably sometime in the early ’90s), it certainly predates the abuse charges against the financier, and the prince was reportedly happy to join his friend in making light of them.
After Epstein accepted his extremely lenient plea deal negotiated with then-prosecutor and current Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta, and served 13 of his 18-month sentence for soliciting a minor for prostitution, he returned to his $50 million East 71st Street mansion, and “celebrated his release from a Florida jail with his close pal, Britain’s Prince Andrew,” the New York Post reported in 2011.
Epstein also joked to the Post at the time, “I’m not a sexual predator, I’m an ‘offender.’ It’s the difference between a murderer and a person who steals a bagel.”
In March 2011, shortly after he feted Epstein’s return, Andrew’s ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, told the Daily Telegraph that Andrew had helped arrange for Epstein to pay over $18,000 to one of the duchess’s former assistants to whom she owed nearly $100,000 in unpaid wages and other bills. Andrew was serving as Britain’s Special Representative for International Trade and Investment at the time, and this connection to Epstein, who had been convicted four years earlier of soliciting prostitution from a minor, drew heavy criticism in the press.
“I personally, on behalf of myself, deeply regret that Jeffrey Epstein became involved in any way with me,” Ferguson told the Telegraph at the time. “I abhor paedophilia and any sexual abuse of children and know that this was a gigantic error of judgment on my behalf.” – Source