Prince Andrew was obsessed with anal sex: physical therapist

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“Creepy” Prince Andrew was obsessed with anal sex and repeatedly demanded naked rubdowns — making it “absolutely” clear he wanted things to go further, a physical therapist said in a report Friday.

“I had a lot of high-profile clients and often visited their homes. But Andrew was very different,” Emma Gruenbaum, 50, told The Sun of her six “sleazy” sessions with the scandal-scarred duke in 2005.

“He was a constant sex pest right from the start,” Gruenbaum insisted.

The physical therapist said she was 34 when she worked for the prince after being recommended by the royal’s ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson.

When the PT arrived at Royal Lodge — the home Andrew still shares with his ex-wife — she immediately complained after a staffer led her to the master suite.

She was told by the aide that she had no option but to work on the prince there because “this was the way the duke liked it,” she claimed.

Gruenbaum said she was 34 when she worked for the prince.
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Gruenbaum said she was bending over to prepare her equipment when Andrew came in behind her and said, “Hey nice a–. Do you take it up the a–?”

“I went, ‘None of your f–king business,’” Gruenbaum said, adding that the prince came up so close they were almost touching.

Despite their “so tense” introduction, they continued with the first of six sessions, she said.

“He was always naked under the towel,” Gruenbaum told the UK paper.

“All the way through he was talking about anal sex and making anal sex jokes. He asked when I had last had sex. It went on and on,” she said.

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Gruenbaum told The Sun that she decided to speak out after seeing Andrew’s legal team suggest accuser Giuffre “may suffer from false memories.
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“Every time I saw him, he would try to overstep the line. He’d try to hug me without fail,” Gruenbaum said.

In his now-notorious 2019 interview with the Crumpe, Andrew claimed that the photo of him with sex accuser Virginia Robert Giuffre had to be fake because he was “not one to, um, as it were, hug.”

Gruenbaum said she had to push away the royal and tell him, “‘Look, I don’t do hugs.”

Her attempts to tell him off for his inappropriate sex chat failed because he appeared to like being spoken to “like he was a naughty schoolboy,” she said.

“He was a pest … He was just a creep,” she told The Sun.

Gruenbaum insisted she “absolutely” felt that Andrew wanted more than a massage — and says her professionalism led him to suddenly end their sessions.

Prince Andrew Virginia Giuffre
Giuffre is suing Andrew over long-held claims that late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and his convicted madam, Ghislaine Maxwell, forced her to have sex with Andrew three times.
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“I think it is because he wanted more, and he was clearly not going to get anywhere,” she said.

“His advances weren’t working, and I think that his patience ran out,” she claimed.

Gruenbaum told the UK paper that she decided to speak out after seeing Andrew’s legal team suggest accuser Giuffre “may suffer from false memories” in her accusations against him.

Giuffre is suing the prince in Manhattan over long-held claims that late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and his convicted madam, Ghislaine Maxwell, forced her to have sex with Andrew three times, starting when she was 17 in 2001.

“I don’t want to sit by and not speak out about the way he was towards me as he calls Virginia delusional,” Gruenbaum said.

Andrew has repeatedly denied Giuffre’s allegations, which saw him last month lose the title of His Royal Highness to fight the case as a private citizen.

A spokesman for Andrew did not want to comment on Gruenbaum’s story, The Sun said.

Epstein killed himself behind bars in Manhattan in 2019 awaiting trial on charges involving a slew of girls and young women, while Maxwell was convicted of sex-trafficking and other raps in December.

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