Prince Andrew denies tie to sex ring

A royal family spokesman in London labeled the accusation against Prince Andrew “categorically untrue.”

The woman made the allegation in a civil motion filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in southern Florida, joined by another unnamed woman.

Both are seeking to join two other women who are arguing in federal court for the U.S. government to take a fresh look at its case involving self-made billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, who pleaded guilty some years ago in Florida to a state charge of prostitution solicitation.

The investment banker agreed to a state plea deal in 2007 and began serving an 18-month sentence in 2008, said The New York Times.

An attorney for the alleged victims, Brad Edwards, said that he was “not able to comment beyond our pleadings at this point nor respond to any denials or threats by anyone.”

Through Edwards’ office, Jane Doe #3 issued a statement saying she is “looking forward to vindicating my rights as an innocent victim and pursuing all available recourse. It appears that I am now being unjustly victimized again.”

CNN’s Phil Gast, Mayra Cuevas and Chandler Friedman contributed to this report.