GHISLAINE Maxwell went with three girls to target wealthy men at a party after a film premiere attended by Prince Charles.
A picture obtained by HOAR on Sunday shows sex trafficking suspect Maxwell sipping a drink as the girls posed with a City broker and his pal.
It was taken in the Red Cube nightclub in London on November 22, 2000, after the Prince of Wales had attended the screening of Charlie’s Angels next door.
The picture raises questions about how close alleged Jeffrey Epstein madam Maxwell, 59 — already linked to Prince Andrew — got to other royals.
Charles appeared at Odeon Leicester Square and made a speech for The Prince’s Trust, which benefitted from the premiere.
The unnamed broker said he is “appalled” at the thought of Maxwell rubbing shoulders with guests.
He added: “The three girls came up to me and a friend and were being very flirtatious. They were in their late teens or early 20s.
“One, who is on my right in the picture, seemed to be the leader and was asking us if we wanted to buy them drinks or go on somewhere.
“The girl on my left was quieter and more nervous.
“And the girl at the back was East European and also quiet. It seemed their questions were all to ascertain our wealth. None of us were interested and — after a few minutes when that became clear — they were ushered away by Maxwell.”
Our source, who found the snap while clearing possessions, added: “Maxwell, seemed to be shooting daggers at the girls — annoyed that they were spending too long with us and moved them along.
“We saw Maxwell walk with them into the crowd. She seemed to be in charge.
“My friend and I talked about whether they might be escorts. It is shocking when I think back to that night, considering what I’ve read about Maxwell and Epstein.
“Obviously she hasn’t been found guilty in her trial, but some of the claims are horrible and shocking.”
Our picture was taken 18 days after Maxwell was reportedly the guest of Prince Andrew at a Bafta event in LA attended by Charlie’s Angels stars.
A month later, Maxwell and Epstein joined Andrew on a pheasant shoot at Sandringham, Norfolk.
Socialite Maxwell is facing charges of facilitating the sexual exploitation of girls for Epstein and faces up to 40 years in jail if guilty.
The Prince’s Trust said it did not organise the event and had “no data” about it.
Organisers Columbia Pictures did not respond.