Prince Andrew's name will figure in the new Netflix documentary series Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich. A witness, reportedly, appeared on the show and said that he saw the Duke of York groping topless women at one of Epstein's private parties. 

According to reports, Steve Skully, who worked for Epstein at his Caribbean island club as an IT personnel, said that he witnessed Epstein's wild parties filled with powerful and rich figures. He said that he saw Prince Andrew in 2004 groping topless women by the pool.

Skully said that Prince Andrew was particularly focused on one young woman and they had a foreplay. That woman turned out to be Virginia Giuffre (formerly Roberts), who has recently come out to claim that Prince Andrew had sexual relations with her when she was only 17 years old at that time.

Skully has spoken about what he witnessed in a February interview with The Sun. He said that he is certain he saw Prince Andrew with Giuffre despite the royal denying in a BBC interview to ever meeting the woman. 

Giuffre claimed that she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew more than once. Skully, however, said that he didn't see anyone resisting and that what he witnessed seemed consensual. But the phone guy said that it bothered him to see the girl Prince Andrew was grinding with looked particularly young.

Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich is directed by Lisa Bryant and will be out on the streaming platform on May 27. The documentary hopes to untangle the complicated world of the billionaire pedophile, who was in the middle of a sex-trafficking trial before he took his own life in his prison cell in August 2019. 

Upon Epstein's death, a circle of rich and powerful people, who were once associated with him, insisted they were not aware of his illegal activities. But Epstein's crimes went as far back as 2000 and a few years later, he developed a friendship with Prince Andrew.

The Duke of York has refused to speak about the Epstein case since his BBC interview in November 2019 backfired. The prosecutors want Prince Andrew to answer some questions and shed light on the cases since Epstein will never be able to talk anymore.

The royal's legal team advises against speaking up again. Prince Andrew has also withdrawn from his public duties and hasn't been seen mingling at royal family affairs to protect Queen Elizabeth's reputation.