Katie Couric’s new memoir clearly describes Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘scary’ home where Prince Andrew hosted an intimate dinner party
Katie Couric attended an intimate dinner party at Jeffrey Epstein’s home in 2010, according to her upcoming memoir.
His New York home has been described as having “eyes closed wide with a twist,” according to the Daily Mail.
Prince Andrew was also present, according to Couric, as well as Chelsea Handler and Woody Allen.
Going There, an upcoming memoir by veteran journalist Katie Couric, provides vivid details of a dinner party hosted by Jeffrey Epstein and attended by Prince Andrew in December 2010, according to a manuscript he obtained daily Mail.
Couric reportedly described Epstein’s $75 million New York home as “eyes wide with a twist” in the memoir, referring to Stanley Kubrick’s 1999 film about a secret society hosting a disguised orgy.
The Daily Mail reported that it describes the interior as “scary chandeliers and body art”.
Guests, including Prince Andrew and Couric herself, ate lasagna from shallow bowls at the party held Just months after Epstein served a 13-month prison sentence To get a child for prostitution and lure a prostitute, the journalist reportedly writes in his memoirs.
He then “held the court” in front of the fireplace in front of the likes of Chelsea Handler and Woody Allen, according to the Daily Mail.
“I couldn’t imagine what Epstein and Andrew were like, aside from trying to grow friends in the media,” Couric reportedly wrote in the memoir. “Which, in retrospect, they must have realized they would need when the pedophilia charges began to surface.”
The daily Mail He said the intimate party, attended by about 15 people, took place in the same month that Prince Andrew was photographed walking with Epstein in Central Park, New York.
A Buckingham Palace spokesperson told the Daily Mail that the photo was the last time Prince Andrew Epstein saw.
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