In recent years, Prince Andrew's one-time friendship with Jeffrey Epstein has been scrutinized in the media following a series of allegations about the two men. Now, victims of the financier are now requesting new pieces of evidence as they continue their legal efforts, which has caused some to wonder what that could mean for the Duke of York moving forward.

According to The Mirror, lawyers representing Epstein's victims are "demanding details of contact between him and Prince Andrew at royal homes," including all text messages, emails, and phone calls that took place. As stated by the publication, the new requests were made on behalf of "Priscilla Doe," an alleged victim of Epstein.

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As outlined in new court documents, those pursuing legal action also want information regarding whether or not Prince Andrew "engaged in any sexual act while at any of Jeffrey Epstein’s property." This follows various reports surfacing over the years that the businessman had attended parties at Windsor Castle and Sandringham as a result of his friendship with the Duke.

Following the recent development, it was said that some worried about what the new information could do and whether or not it could "incriminate the Prince." Additionally, one of Andrew's friends later spoke out and called the move a "cynical attempt by US law firms to keep their case in the public eye."

This is not the first time that Andrew has become a topic of conversation regarding his former friendship with Epstein. Earlier this year, it was reported that he had offered "zero cooperation" when it came time to help the Southern District of New York and the FBI regarding their investigation. Furthermore, it has also been said that victims could potentially have the option to sue Andrew himself down the road if he is not "released" in various documents beforehand.

The troubled relationship that the two once shared is set to be explored in a new Netflix docu-series later this year called "Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich," which will highlight interviews from some of Epstein's accusers as they share "powerful testimonials about their experiences." A new book, called "Relentless Pursuit: My Fight for the Victims of Jeffrey Epstein," was also released in March and takes a closer examination of the circumstances surrounding the case as well.

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