An 'angry' community has reportedly demanded a name change for a school called the 'Prince Andrew High School' amid the Epstein scandal.
Prince Andrew, 59, stepped down from royal duties and lost his office at Buckingham Palace after his BBC Newsnight interview over his friendship with paedophile Epstein and claims, which he denies, that he had sex with a 17-year-old sex trafficking victim.
The Duke of York stepped down from all 230 of his patronages to protect the monarchy from further damage over his links to the convicted paedophile.
Now a school in Dartmouth, Canada, is considering changing the name of the school as people argue 'they believe it no longer reflects their values'.
"There are people ... who believe that (the name) no longer reflects the values of the community," Principal Brad McGowan said in an interview to CTV News.
However not everybody has the same opinion.
Mr McGowan added: "There are people who feel very strongly that the name of the school has stood for nearly 60 years and represents something important to the community. My job is to ensure that this school reflects the community."
He said he plans to remain neutral on the issue and will get advice from the local school advisory council.
Virginia Roberts Giuffre claims she was trafficked by Epstein and alleges she was forced to have sex with the duke on three occasions, including when she was 17.
Andrew has denied her claims in several statements from Buckingham Palace and in the disastrous BBC Newsnight interview.
Sarah Ferguson has defended her ex-husband Andrew, labelling the scandal "nonsense".
The Duchess of York sat down for a chat with Vogue magazine , saying: "When I talk about Prince Andrew, I talk about family because the last six months have been hard on the girls and me.
"To see such a wonderful man go through such enormous pain. He is the best man I know.
"It's just incredible what he has done for Britain, and it's all nonsense [her voice raises as she alludes to the Epstein scandal], so I talk about familyhood, and I'm very strong about it."