Prince Andrew feels squeeze to cooperate after chef stirs pot with FBI

Randy Andy is in a pressure cooker.

Prince Andrew, 60, is feeling the heat again to cooperate with FBI after a private chef started spilling the beans about his late pedophile pal Jeffrey Epstein.

Adam Perry Lang worked for the convicted pervert from 1999 to 2003, when Epstein took the Duke of York globetrotting on his private jet, The Mirror reported.

Lang was on three flights with Epstein and Andrew — two in February 1999 and one in May 2000, the outlet reported, citing court documents.

The chef, 52, offered to talk with FBI investigators after he received a plea from Virginia Guiffre, who has accused British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell of arranging for her to have sex with the disgraced royal when she was only 17. Andrew vehemently denies the allegations.

Guiffre, now 36, wrote Lang: “Please don’t be an enabler. Be a hero to me,” The Mirror reported.

Lang is “fully cooperating,” with FBI investigators, who have “grown increasingly annoyed” at the royal’s refusal to talk, The Mirror said.

In April, the Justice Department submitted a request to the UK’s Home Office to interview Andrew. The duke’s lawyers insist they have repeatedly offered to have their client answer questions.

“The gloves are firmly off. Perry Lang holds information on what took place,” an unidentified source told The Mirror. “They will get as much detail as possible that will help shape any interview they may one day have with the Duke.”

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