PRince Andrew’s reputation was forever tarnished by his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein, Virginia Giuffre’s allegations that he sexually assaulted her when she was underage and the November 2019 BBC Two news night Interview about these scandals that was meant to stop the bad PR bleeding but instead decimated his attempts at damage control and made him look even guiltier than before. Banned: Prince Andrew will not alleviate his problems.
Director Jamie Crawford’s feature-length documentary, which premieres October 5 on Peacock, takes the late Queen Elizabeth II’s second son into the proverbial toolshed and beats him so repeatedly and thoroughly you almost expect a referee to appear, to call off the fight. It is character assassination of the most brutal and deserved kind.
There’s nothing revealing in there Banned: Prince Andrew, but there’s plenty of entertainment through its comprehensive and vicious evisceration. “The problem is that the man is an idiot,” explains former royal press secretary Dickie Arbiter, adding, “There’s always a little one in the litter, and Andrew was it.” According to editor-in-chief Helen Kirwan-Taylor, who did too calls a “brat,” he’s a man with “acquired situational narcissism.” “He was very spoiled,” he says Magazine Majesty Editor-in-Chief Ingrid Seward. The daily beast Founding Editor-in-Chief The Palace Papers Author Tina Brown describes him as “infantilized” and his behavior as “beyond pale”. Retired Royal Protection Officer Paul Page describes him as “just a terrible person, a tyrant”. It goes on and on, with nearly every one of the film’s many speakers making no secret of their opinions about Andrew’s immaturity, aspiration, self-indulgence, and stupidity. It’s a sucker.
“This whole saga boils down to sex and greed,” notes reporter Annette Witheridge at the outset Banned: Prince Andrew, which aims to understand Andrew’s recent struggles by looking at the tortuous path that led him to his infamous present. Since his birth in 1960, Andrew has been doting on his mother, who felt guilty about not always being there for their first two children, Charles and Anne. This gave Andrew a privileged air, furthered by the fact that he was the sort of athletic, gregarious and charming young man his father Philip always wanted and which set him apart from his hardworking, serious older brother. He peaked, at least in terms of public popularity, in his early years in the Falklands War, when he became Britain’s most eligible bachelor (“the one with the Robert Redford look”) and his dating habits earned him the nickname “The Playboy”. brought in Prince.” When his sensational affair with actress Koo Stark was disapproved of by the crown, he married Sarah “Fergie” Ferguson and promptly began monetizing her fame to maintain the lifestyle he coveted, but which — because he didn’t was independently wealthy – like his mother and brother – he could not afford it.
Andrew’s union with Fergie didn’t last long. More fundamental was his friendship with Ghislaine Maxwell, with whom he had been so close – since she was at university in England – that there were rumors it was a romantic relationship. Maxwell’s fall from British high society thanks to the disgrace and death of her media mogul father, Robert Maxwell, motivated her to move to New York City, and Andrew – who felt related to Maxwell, another famous child who was forced to live there to manage alone – visited her often. while operating in a fake ambassadorship, which he used to cement shady deals with unsavory characters. There he met Jeffrey Epstein and started hanging out with him Banned: Prince Andrew claims that the two were an ideal couple, as Andrew helped elevate Epstein’s status (and gave him access to more powerful figures), and Epstein offered Andrew the wealth, privacy, and sense of importance — being the center of attention – for which he longed.
Epstein also provided Andrew with many, many young girls. Banned: Prince Andrew recaps the long history of the issue of womanizing — which was so prevalent it led some to believe he was a sex addict — to contextualize Giuffre’s allegations against him as the byproduct and culmination of a lifelong pattern of behavior. Not only was he “stupid” and “rude,” but evidently a pedophile predator seeking Epstein’s company because the financier and convicted sex offender could give him exactly what he wanted, with Maxwell as the glue holding them together. Giuffre’s claims and Andrew’s disastrous response to them news nightare being diligently dealt with here, as well as other sordid allegations leveled against the prince, such as a masseuse who (in an archive The sun interview), as described by Andrew with “Great ass! Are you taking it up the ass?”
“Not only was he “stupid” and “rude,” but evidently a pedophile predator seeking Epstein’s company because the financier and convicted sex offender could give him exactly what he wanted, with Maxwell as the glue holding them together.”
Banned: Prince Andrew covers plenty of ugliness while turning Andrew into a grinning teenage fool; Page’s story of discovering 50-60 teddy bears on the bed of then 41-year-old Andrew (and a laminated picture of them in a drawer so staff knew exactly how to arrange them) is a humiliating anecdote that illustrates his lack of Maturity underlines . Director Crawford augments these stories with numerous newspaper headlines, photographs and old clips of Andrew at public events, painting a scathing portrait of a largely unloved and ridiculed man who, out of need and desire, turned to Epstein as a friend and confidante. It is as unflattering as these things get, and all the more compelling for its sheer abundance of evidence and speakers willing to go on record to censure him in unreserved terms.
Following his nightmarish BBC performance, Andrew has come to terms with Giuffre – which Arbiter believes is a not-so-subtle admission of guilt – and is currently living a shunned life near Buckingham Palace without his titles, stripped of them by his late mother. Banned: Prince Andrew suggests that Andrew’s circumstances could get even worse in the near future as Charles – who has now ascended the throne – is not particularly sympathetic to his sibling and Maxwell could strike a deal and cooperate (by revealing damning information about her pal), to reduce the 20-year sentence she faces. Crawford’s documentary thus serves as a red-hot takedown, if not perhaps the final nail in his coffin.
https://www.thedailybeast.com/prince-andrews-creepy-jeffrey-epstein-and-ghislaine-maxwell-ties-are-exposed-in-banished-prince-andrew?source=articles&via=rss Prince Andrew’s chilling relationships between Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell are revealed in Banished: Prince Andrew