Prince Andrew’s link to Jeffrey Epstein still hasn’t been forgotten.

In the unearthed documents from 2015, Johanna Sjoberg detailed the incidents that took place in 2001 in New York and Florida. The “young college student” revealed that Virginia Giuffre, an alleged victim of Epstein, was also with her at the party that time.

“I just remember someone suggesting a photo, and they told us to go get on the couch. And so, Andrew and Virginia sat on the couch, and they put the puppet, the puppet on her lap,” she said.

Sjoberg claimed that she was the one who sat on the Duke of York’s lap.

“And I believe in my own volition, and they took the puppet’s hands and put it in Virginia’s breast, and so Andrew put his on mine,” she claimed.

Sjoberg also said that British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, the then-girlfriend of Epstein, was the one who lured her into the latter’s home and told her that she could get a legitimate job from him. However, Maxwell has denied the former student’s claims.

As of late, Prince Andrew has not been convicted of any sexual misconduct and misdemeanor. But four years ago, The New York Post revealed their observation by saying that at least one person involved in the issue is lying. And the publication also encouraged the dad of two to speak up at that time.

“But even a man with royal blood coursing through his veins must show some compassion to the damaged woman who claims he took sexual liberties with her. He must address these serious allegations using common English, not the mumbo jumbo he spewed in Davos,” journalist Andrea Peyser said.

Meanwhile, Prince Andrew also made headlines recently after he committed a huge gaffe on Princess Beatrice’s birthday. On his Twitter account, the Duke of York greeted his eldest daughter but he mistakenly uploaded photos of Princess Eugenie.

Royal fans couldn’t believe how a father could mistake his daughters regardless of how much they look alike.

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Pictured: Prince Andrew arrives for a reception at the Honourable Artillery Company following the Afghanistan service of commemoration at St Paul's Cathedral on March 13, 2015 in London. Getty Images/Niklas Halle’n