Ranvir Singh relived her own experiences with sexual assault trauma during a new documentary about Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein.
The Good Morning Britain host was interviewing one of the pair’s victims when she was confronted by painful memories from a moment in her childhood.
The moment came while Ranvir was speaking to survivor Lisa Phillips for ITV documentary Ghislaine, Prince Andrew and the Paedophile.
Lisa explained to her how Epstein attacked her on his Caribbean island when she was 21.
‘I went along with it. You’re not going to kick and scream and fight and yell when you’re on an island,’ she said.
Ranvir, who waived her right to anonymity to speak on the documentary, then revealed her own experience.
‘Speaking to Lisa brought up something that happened to me when I was 12,’ she said.
‘It happened once, and that person is dead, and so I have an understanding of what it’s like and why you would never want to speak of it again.’
The new ITV film focuses on Maxwell, who was convicted of grooming and sexually abusing underage girls with Epstein in December.
Meanwhile, it was recently reported that the Duke of York was left ‘shell-shocked’ as the Queen stripped him of his military titles and royal patronages, a source close to him has said.
Prince Andrew will no longer go by His Royal Highness and will fight his sex abuse lawsuit as a ‘private citizen’.
Andrew is thought to have been cut off because of the crisis his civil case in New York is causing the Royal Family.
Ghislaine, Prince Andrew and the Paedophile airs on ITV on Tuesday at 9pm.
Credit: Original article published here.