Diary entries purportedly belonging to the woman who claims she was recruited to have sex with Prince Andrew as a minor have emerged.
Virginia Roberts, now 30, has given explicit details of the night she allegedly met the British prince in her 24-page diary, obtained by Radar Online.
Roberts has claimed she had sex with the Duke of York as a 17-year-old and was a "sexual slave" through his billionaire friend Jeffrey Epstein, a convicted pedophile.
Epstein had, according to Roberts, invited her on a six-week trip around Europe. The first time she met the prince was at the home of Epstein's friend Ghislaine Maxwell in London.
Roberts reportedly wrote in her diary that the group went for dinner when the situation escalated.
"The Prince's attention towards me amplified… making eye contact at every given chance and concentrating at my plunging V-top," the alleged diary entry reads.
The entry includes details about the group going to a private, members-only, nightclub in central London.
"He was the most incredibly hideous dancer I had ever seen and not to mention how embarrassing it was to have to be the one he was smashing pelvics with, even if he was a prince," it reads.
"He fondling me on the dance floor, I knew that was a man's police way of saying he wanted to intimately get acquainted."
The two of them allegedly went back to Maxwell's house.
"I led him into the upstairs bathroom next to the room I was staying in.
"I was doing my best trying to put on a good show for him by slowly undressing and started pouring a bath."
"We continued with back and forth foreplay, touching, kissing, and him even licking my toes. 'I love your feet,' he whispered, 'they are so irresistible'.
"He was caressing every part of my naked body and filling my head with endless compliments about my blossoming figure."
The entry described the sex as "short-lived" and claimed Prince Andrew "quickly got dressed, said his goodbyes and slipped out of my bedroom to the driver still waiting for him outside."
Prince Andrew has denied any accusations that he slept with Roberts. His ex-wife Sarah Ferguson has also defended him, saying the accusations are "shocking" and that he is a "humongously good man".