Virginia Roberts Giuffre tells BBC Panorama show that she was abused by Prince Andrew

The Duke of York has denied that this ever occurred

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      Prince Andrew's accuser has asked people in the United Kingdom to stand up with her.

      Virginia Roberts Giuffre claimed in an interview on BBC's Panorama show that she was trafficked for sex as a teenager by deceased U.S. billionaire Jeffrey Epstein.

      And one of the men she allegedly was sent to please was Queen Elizabeth's second son, the Duke of York. She described it as a story of abuse.

      "He knows what happened," Giuffre said. "I know what happened. And there's only one of us telling the truth. And I know that's me."

      Last month, Prince Andrew told BBC Newsnight he never met Giuffre and a photo of him with her was fake. She called "B.S." on that.

      Virginia Roberts Giuffre called B.S. on Prince Andrew's denials.

      "He asked me to dance," Giuffre said. "He is the most hideous dancer I've ever seen in my life. I mean, it was horrible."

      She elaborated by declaring that the Duke of York was sweating all over her.

      Prince Andrew, on the other hand, maintained in his televised interview that this was false. He claimed that it's because he had a "peculiar medical condition at the time" that prevented him from sweating.

      The Duke of York declared last month that he had a medical condition that prevented him from sweating.

      Buckingham Palace has announced that Prince Andrew has stepped back from his public duties in the wake of the controversy.

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