Britain’s Prince Andrew — who remains scarred by his ties to late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein — has reportedly gone into business with a banker once accused of sexually harassing staff.
Andrew — who was dumped from royal duties over his links to Epstein — set up a company with Harry Keogh to handle his family investments, according to the Times of London.
Keogh until 2018 had been a lead banker who looked after the “most influential clients” at Coutts, the almost 330-year-old British bank used by Queen Elizabeth II and other members of the monarchy.
He quit soon after the Wall Street Journal revealed a damning investigation into his leadership at the bank — including allegations that he touched a female staffer’s groin and later asked her to touch his, the paper had said.
He was also accused of openly bragging about his sexual exploits while creating a heavy-drinking “boys club” where there was “casual racism and sexism,” with