Prince Andrew sex allegations: Jeffrey Epstein's butler Alfredo Rodriguez, who stole tell-all 'black book', dies age 60
Key Excerpts from Article on Website of The Independent (One of the UK's leading newspapers)
Posted: December 16th, 2018
Alfredo Rodriguez, the butler of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, has died, and with him the location of a black book, which allegedly details the full scope and the extent of Epsteins involvement with underage girls, and contact details of the businessmans celebrity friends. Rodriguez died at the age of 60 after suffering from mesothelioma last week, his widow Patricia Dunn [said]. Dunn alleges that her late husband knew all about Prince Andrew, who has been named in the current sex scandal centering on Epstein. Allegations leveled at the Prince are that he was supplied with a teenage girl who was used by Epstein as a sex slave. The black book that Rodriguez had in his possession [was a] journal in which Epstein is understood to have detailed the girls which attended his properties for massages for him and his friends, and details of his celebrity friends and associates who had no connection with alleged offences, including Bill Clinton and Donald Trump. Rodriguez, who stole the book, claimed he needed it as insurance against the businessman to protect his own life. The butler failed to tell prosecutors he possessed the book and later refused to hand it over. He was jailed for 18 months for attempting to sell it for $50,000. In 2011 it emerged that the journal detailed the full scope and the extent of Epsteins involvement with underage girls, according to prosecuting lawyers, who referred to it as The Holy Grail.
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