In July, Epstein was arrested for sex trafficking charges in Florida and New York. He killed himself while in prison on August 10 await.
The Duke of York was named in US court papers by Virginia Giuffre - formerly known as Virginia Roberts - who accused the tycoon of keeping her as a "sex slave."
According to Giuffre, Epstein forced her to have sex with Prince Andrew three times when she was just 17 years old.
Andrew - who was previously married to Sarah Ferguson - has denied the allegations, and has disputed a notorious photo of himself with his arm around the then teen.
A US judge struck out Ms Giuffre’s claim against Prince Andrew in 2015, labelling it “immaterial” and “impertinent.”
The Duke of York released a statement condemning the disgraced millionaire, while Buckingham Palace said Prince Andrew would help authorities in any investigations.
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