The convicted sex offender’s preference was revealed in Giuffre’s manuscript “The Billionaire Playboy’s Club” about her time serving as Epstein’s “sex slave” and being pimped out to his powerful pals.
Giuffre, now 36, recounted a time when Epstein’s lawyer, emeritus Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz, allegedly walked in on her and Epstein after sex.
“After an explicit session of Jeffrey’s vulgar pilgrimage into my body, we were interrupted by a knock at the door by Jeffrey’s good friend Alan,’ Giuffre wrote, according to the Daily Mail.
“I wrapped myself in Jeffrey’s pink bed sheets, which is the color preference he chose to sleep in because it reminded him of the same color of his own words ”P**sy”, and covered my face from the unexpected intrusion.”
The sordid book proposal also includes alleged details of Prince Andrew’s fetishes, including toe licking.
Giuffre claims she had sex with the royal three times when she was a teen — which he has vehemently denied.
She is one of dozens of women who’ve accused Epstein and his alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell of sexual abuse as young women and girls.
Epstein died by suicide while locked up on federal sex-trafficking charges. Maxwell remains in custody on charges she groomed the girls for sexual abuse and partook in some of the abuse herself.
Giuffre has said the manuscript — released hours before Epstein’s death — is “99 percent true,” though her lawyers have acknowledged at least some of it was “fictionalized,” Britain’s The Sun reported.
The mom of three who now resides in Australia has also claimed she’s slept with Dershowitz, who helped Epstein cop his infamous 2008 plea deal that ended a federal investigation into Epstein’s alleged sex ring.
The 81-year-old prominent attorney has vigorously denied the allegations, accusing Giuffre of having a “long history of lying for money” and frequently changing her story.