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Daily Mail Exclusive: Houseman Who Worked for Prince Andrew’s Friend Epstein ‘Takes Billionaire’s Secrets to the Grave’ after He Died Last Week

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Editor’s note: This article first appeared on MailOnline

As Prince Andrew tries to salvage his scandal-hit reputation in the ‘sex slave’ case – the man who knows all of his pedophile pal Jeffrey Epstein’s secrets has died before he could tell all in an upcoming court battle.

Alfredo Rodriguez, who was Epstein’s houseman for many years, passed away last week after a six-month battle with cancer, his widow Patricia Dunn told DailyMail.com.

‘Of course he knew all about Prince Andrew,’ Dunn said on the doorstep of the home she shared with Alfredo in southwest Miami.

As Prince Andrew tries to salvage his scandal-hit reputation in the ‘sex slave’ case – the man who knows all of his pedophile pal Jeffrey Epstein’s secrets has died before he could tell all in an upcoming court battle.

Alfredo Rodriguez, who was Epstein’s houseman for many years, passed away last week after a six-month battle with cancer, his widow Patricia Dunn told DailyMail.com.

‘Of course he knew all about Prince Andrew,’ Dunn said on the doorstep of the home she shared with Alfredo in southwest Miami.

The sensational case has blown up again following court papers filed by two women last week. In them, Andrew, Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz — a key member of O.J. Simpson’s legal dream team — and French modeling scout Jean Luc Brunel were accused of taking advantage of the girls when they were under 18.

Rodriguez kept a detailed ‘black book’ of dozens of young women that Epstein abused. The houseman was sentenced to 18 months jail — the same term as his boss — in 2011 for failing to hand the journal to prosecutors. Instead he tried to sell it to defense lawyers for $50,000.

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