Gotnews.com can conclusively prove that the photo of Prince Andrew with Virginia Roberts, the alleged underaged prostitute is a forgery.
The photo [below] is said to date from 2001 when Roberts was underaged and in London was provided to the Daily Mail by Roberts in 2011.
We consulted with experts in photography and analyses performed using the computer program, Image-Pro Plus by MediaCybernetics.
The key to investigation is the size of the pixels. You would expect a photograph to have the same pixelation throughout. And yet the sections with Andrew and Virginia have different sized pixels that become clear when you zoom in.
Our analyst writes:
Virginia’s and Andrew’s facial photos were taken using different cameras, different shutters speeds; therefore; at different times. Pixels in the photo of the brunette and Andrew are a better match, yet not exact.
It is 99.8% likely that the photo of Andrew and the brunette [Jeffrey Epstein assistant Ghislaine Maxwell] were taken by the same camera, with the same shutter speed, at the same time.
However, the photo shadows, color gradients, and pixel sizes of Virginia Roberts indicate with 99.9% certainty that her photo could not have been taken with the same camera, shutter speed, or at the same time as the photos of Andrew and the brunette [Maxwell]. Higher resolution settings were used to photograph Andrew and the brunette [Maxwell], and neither match the lower quality resolution settings of Virginia’s photo.
Our source next turned to the camera itself.
I have indicated areas on each photo (circles) which can be zoomed to view the photographer as well as a side-mount flash on the camera. Polaroid did make a sidemount flash model instant camera in the late 1990s. The photographer in this shot is not facing any of the subjects in this photoshopped collage, and this would not have been a digitally produced photo.
Our source “performed photo analysis of 4 different [versions of] the photo from 4 different web sources, all with the same outcome.” The source even “printed/scanned one and analyzed it.”
The photo was first presented in 2011 to the Daily Mail by Roberts, according to the Daily Beast.
Roberts received a “big cash payment” from the Mail. As she received money for submitting the fake photo, Roberts may have committed fraud.
Roberts’s story of rape had been initially rejected from the National Enquirer in 2011.
Roberts is said to be at work on her “tell all” memoirs, according to the DailyMail.com.
Roberts’s father admitted that his daughter hadn’t met with the Queen as she had previously claimed.
Gotnews.com has also examined some of other glaring problems with the Prince Andrew photo.
Full disclosure: Alan Dershowitz, who is also falsely accused of raping Virginia Roberts, was an employer of Gotnews.com editor-in-chief Charles C. Johnson. As always, Johnson writes under his own capacity and without any involvement of anyone else.