A HUGE poster urging Prince Andrew to speak to the FBI has been driven past Buckingham Palace in a stunt by a lawyer for Jeffrey Epstein’s victims. The American school bus was spotted outside the Queen’s residence in London today with a sign reading: “If you see this man please ask him to call the FBI to answer their questions.” Photos of the Duke of York surrounded the huge sign, which left tourists outside the palace baffled. There is also a phone number for the FBI headquarters in the US. It was organised by lawyer Gloria Allred, who is representing some of paedo billionaire Epstein’s victims. She has already warned she will slap Andrew with a court summons if he ever steps foot in the US as she considers him a potential key witness in the probe against Epstein.The Sun made its own “FBI” wanted poster in the wake of the claims as Andrew faces increased scrutiny over his friendship with Epstein. And today’s stunt comes in the same week the scandal dampened plans for a huge 60th birthday bash for Andrew, with a number of guests reportedly declining his invite. WAR OF WORDS The FBI have reached out to… Read full this story
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