The FBI will begin sharing details from its probe into late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein with his victims Thursday — including his ties to Prince Andrew, according to a report.
Agents have built cases against “at least six” of Epstein’s inner circle, with more arrests expected soon, sources told The Mirror.
Accusers were due to start meeting with federal prosecutors starting Thursday, ahead of a public announcement and congressional committee hearing next week, the paper said.
“I am aware the Attorney’s Office is meeting Epstein survivors to announce results,” lawyer Jack Scarola, who represents several of Epstein’s victims, told the UK paper.
“The process has been painfully slow but clearly is progressing, so my attitude is one of cautious optimism.”
Virginia Roberts Giuffre, the long-time Epstein accuser who has repeatedly claimed to have been made to have sex with UK royal Andrew three times, retweeted the article with a celebratory “Justice is coming.”
“I have an idea of who is shaking in their boots — so they should be!!” she wrote of The Mirror’s claim that more arrests are expected.
“Let the truth be set free & to those who deserve karma to receive it swiftly & righteously!!” she wrote.
Andrew, 60, was dumped from royal duties after trying to justify his friendship with convicted sex offender Epstein, but has vehemently denied any role in his pal’s sex ring nor even knowing Giuffre.
The feds repeatedly accused him of refusing to meet with them to give information on Epstein, who hanged himself in his Manhattan lockup while awaiting trial on serious sex offenses in August last year.
His close friend, British media heiress Ghislaine Maxwell, was arrested in July and remains in custody on charges of procuring girls for Epstein.
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