In recent months, Prince Andrew has faced quite a bit of suspicion regarding his one-time friendship with Jeffrey Epstein. Now, the dynamic is set to be examined in a new Netflix docu-series.

According to the New York Post, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who has accused the royal of sexually assaulting her and Epstein of masterminding the situation, is using the series as a new avenue of speaking out about her experience. "Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich," which is based on a book by James Patterson and John Connolly, will premiere on Netflix later this year.

As stated by the See What's Next Twitter account, which gives updates about what subscribers can anticipate on the streaming service, "The series exposes a horrifying story of relentless manipulation and sex trafficking. Epstein’s survivors serve as the series’ pre-eminent voices, providing powerful testimonials about their experiences, and inspiration in their resilience."

Following the announcement, Giuffre also spoke out about the new project.

"Yes- the Netflix team we’re [sic] wonderful to me & my husband. They’re looking to tell the world the truth of what went on behind closed doors. I hope the message reaches the voiceless & helps give them a voice & I hope the message is clear to anyone who thinks $=no [chain emojis] thinks again!" she wrote, as seen in the tweet below.

Previously, the member of the British royal family had sparked additional questions about his involvement in the scandal when David Boies, an attorney for Giuffre, stated that he had become uncooperative with investigative efforts.

"Prince Andrew's continued refusal to cooperate with authorities after freely acknowledging that he would be prepared to answer inquiries raises even more questions about the role he played in the international sex trafficking ring Jeffrey Epstein and others operated. Prince Andrew should take most seriously the deeply held belief in this country that no one is above the law," he stated.

Additionally, the scandal has also caused a bit of disturbance behind the scenes at "Good Morning America" when host Amy Robach stated in a leaked video that Prince William and Kate Middleton had played an unexpected role in prohibiting her initial reporting of Andrew. This, in turn, resulted in an investigation that attempted to learn the identity of the person responsible.

"Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich" is set to premiere later this year.

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Britain's Prince Andrew is pictured in January 2020. AFP/Lindsey Parnaby