EXCLUSIVE – Netflix announced that they are suing Prince Andrew following Epstein interview.
Streaming giants Netflix are to sue Prince Andrew in response to his participation in a BBC Newsnight interview. During the interview, he denied all knowledge of wrongdoing and said he couldn’t sweat because his ‘royal blood didn’t allow it’. He also affirmed that because of a rare medical condition contract from a sheep in the Falklands, it became medically impossible for him to give or receive hugs. Netflix this morning announced their decision to bring legal action against the Prince. A statement read:
We have worked very hard to bring about the third season of The Crown. Poor Olivia Coleman has worked her butt off to match Claire Foy’s performance. And then the night before the show drops, Prince Andrew goes on the television and makes a complete ass of himself. It’s totally ruined the show. The royal family should be happy with the way we’re portraying them. But it doesn’t help if they hang around with kiddy fiddlers.
A spokesperson close to Buckingham Palace told the Studio Exec anonymously that after the interview aired ‘we had to peel the Queen off the ceiling’. She said:
As far as we’re concerned, this whole thing turned into a disaster. All that tosh about honourable and becoming and unbecoming. And then to make it worse, his alibi is going to Pizza Express. Who goes to Pizza Express for the love of all things holy?
Helen Mirren was unavailable for comment.
The Crown is available on Netflix.