The Outward Bound Trust and KPMG threaten to sever ties with Prince Andrew after his disastrous BBC Newsnight interview about his friendship with a convicted paedophile, Jeffrey Epstein.
The Outward Bound Trust is an educational charity that helps young people defy their limitations through learning and adventures in the wild. The Outward Bound Trust partners with schools, colleges, employers and youth groups to teach the most important lesson they could ever learn: to believe in themselves.
Andrew has been Epstein’s pal and in the past was accused of associating with Epstein in the alleged sex- trafficking of minor girls. Andrew and a number of powerful men were indicted decade ago of having sex with underaged girls allegedly supplied to them by Epstein. If the Duke of York is facing such an allegation, the Outward Bound Trust alleged that a tie with him is not healthy with the vision of the Trust.
Also, the accountancy giant KPMG confirmed it had put an end to its sponsorship of the Duke’s flagship charity initiatives.
It is understood Prince Andrew is facing the prospect of further damaging claims about his friendship with the Epstein in the coming weeks.
One of such is French Police investigation focusing on Epstein’s 8 million pounds Paris apartment. The Duke of York is understood to have stayed at the property which featured photographs of naked ladies on the walls.