Disgraced Prince Andrew has been invited to take a trip to the United States – so he can face arrest.

The tongue-in-cheek invitation comes from Spencer Kuvin, the man who represented nine of Jeffrey Epstein's victims in court.

Despite settling out of court with Virginia Giuffre for a figure estimated to be around £12million, without any admission of guilt, questions still remain over his true involvement with Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.

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Giuffre had accused Andrew of sexually abusing her when she was 17.

The settlement was not an admission of guilt and Prince Andrew denies the allegations against him.

However, Mr Kuvin told The Sun this week, after Maxwell was sentenced to serve 20 years in prison for sex-trafficking: “Anyone who took advantage of a minor as a result of being provided that minor by Mr Epstein or Ms Maxwell should be prosecuted as well.

“It is highly unlikely an extradition would ever occur, so the Prince would have to be here in the US and be arrested while he’s here.

“Tell Prince Andrew he should spend the summer here in the US. Come on over to vacation.”

The fallout from the issues in the US and Prince Andrew's historic relationship with Epstein and Maxwell has seen members of the Royal family distance themselves from him.

This has led to Prince William reportedly demanding that the Queen refuse all request from Andrew to return to Royal life – something he gave up earlier this year.

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