PRINCE Andrew faces another Jeffrey Epstein case — just days before the Coronation.
The Duke was cited in US court papers filed on Friday.
They include a 2019 article in The Sun in which one of his victims said the late paedophile bragged about knowing Andrew.
Lawyers say it shows Epstein was friends with some of “the most powerful people in the world” and used his ties as protection.
A woman is suing US bank JP Morgan claiming it turned a blind eye to Epstein’s sex trafficking operation.
The Duke has always denied wrongdoing but settled a civil sex assault case last year.
It comes after Sarah Ferguson was not invited to the King’s Coronation despite stay-away Meghan leaving a spare seat at Westminster Abbey.
The Duchess of York, 63, is expected to watch the event on TV at Royal Lodge, which she shares with disgraced ex Andrew.
Royal author Phil Dampier said: “She cannot expect to be at the top of the royal pecking order.”
The Sun understands Fergie has been told she is not among the 2,000 guests despite knowing Charles since childhood.