A woman who claims she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew says she was also made to have sex with another mystery prince, according to recently unsealed court documents.
Virginia Giuffre alleges she was forced to have sex with the royal by his paedophile friend, Jeffrey Epstein, in 2001, aged 17, and twice more after that.
The Prince strenuously denies he had sex with her and that he never saw Epstein act in a manner that would raise concerns.
Now newly released documents from a now-settled defamation lawsuit filed by Guiffre, against Ghislaine Maxwell and released by US District Judge Loretta Preska, reveal she also claims she was pressured into having sex with numerous rich and powerful men, including politicians, entrepreneurs, a scientist, a fashion designer and "another prince that I don't know his name".
When asked if she could remember "anything else" about the men, she said: "This is very hard for me and very frustrating to have to go over this.
"I don't recall all of the people. There was a huge amount of people that I was sent to."
There is no suggestion the mystery prince was a member of the British monarchy.
Giuffre claimed in the suit that Maxwell recruited her in 2000 to be a sexual servant for Epstein.
Jeffrey Epstein's ex-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested by the FBI last month on charges related to the sexual abuse of minors and perjury.
Two other depositions given by Maxwell remain sealed after an appeal from the British socialite's lawyers who insist the documents could make a fair trial impossible. An appeal on this will be heard on 22 September.
Maxwell, who dated Epstein in the 1990s, is in custody awaiting trial on charges of trafficking minors for her former partner.
She has pleaded not guilty and will go on trial in July next year.
Also among the released papers were emails Maxwell and Epstein exchanged in January 2015, when Giuffre's allegations were gaining media attention.
Responding to an email from Maxwell, Epstein - who was by then a convicted sex offender - wrote: "You have done nothing wrong and I (would) urge you to start acting like it."
He suggested she go outside and hold her head high, "not as an (escaping) convict".