Prince Andrew’s sex accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre said the death threats she’s recently received are “not credible” — but insisted she remains “concerned and vigilant” for her safety.
Giuffre, a key accuser against late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and his circle of friends, updated followers Wednesday after revealing last week that she’d been warned of “a credible death threat” against her.
“FBI has since investigated it and determined that it was not credible,” Giuffre, 36, wrote on Twitter.
“While I remain concerned and vigilant, I would not want this information to discourage any witnesses from coming forward with information or evidence,” she added.
“I’d like to thank everyone for all your thoughts, prayers.”
Giuffre — who claims she was trafficked by Epstein and forced to have sex three times with Prince Andrew — appeared to take the initial warning so seriously, she publicly declared that she was not suicidal, fearing she would be killed and her death would be framed that way.
She admitted on Twitter that she feared for her life because “too many evil people” wanted to keep her quiet.
Conspiracy theorists have suggested Epstein, 66, who was found hanging in his jail cell in Manhattan in August, did not kill himself.
Buckingham Palace has long denied Giuffre’s allegations against Andrew.
“It is emphatically denied that the Duke of York had any form of sexual contact or relationship with Virginia Roberts,” said in a statement from the royal family. “Any claim to the contrary is false and without foundation.”