Former royal officer says Prince Andrew should undergo a bullying probe into 12 complaints that were made to Buckingham Palace staff about his abusive and unruly behavior.

Paul Page claims that he filed three different complaints against the Palace while he was working in the Royal Protection Command, 1998 to 2004.

According to The Sunday Mirror, he knows of at least 12 other reports by his colleagues on the Duke of York.

According to him, the Palace has a problem since there is evidence that Prince Andrew can be overbearing or verbally abusive.

Prince Andrew should be subject to a bullying probe over 12 complaints made by Buckingham Palace staff because of his overbearing and verbally abusive behaviour, a former royal officer has said. Pictured: Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson seen driving together today

Former royal officer says Prince Andrew should undergo a bullying probe to investigate 12 complaints brought up by Buckingham Palace staff about his abusive verbal and physical behavior. Pictured: Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson seen driving together today

Paul Page has claimed he personally made three separate complaints to the Palace about Adnrew during the time worked in the Royal Protection Command from 1998 until 2004. Pictured: Mr Page speaking in ITV documentary ' Ghislaine, Prince Andrew and the Paedophile' that aired on Monday

Paul Page claimed that he made three complaints about Adnrew to the Palace during his time working in the Royal Protection Command between 1998 and 2004. Pictured: Page in an ITV documentary, ” Ghislaine Prince Andrew & the Paedophile”, which aired Monday

Mr Page alleged his complaints during his time working for the Palace were ignored because senior courtiers wanted to avoid agitation, and called on officials to launch an investigation into the complaints in the same way they did with Meghan Markle.

“Buckingham Palace initiated a bullying probe against Meghan last year, after she was wrongfully accused,” Mr Page said. His revelations this week in an ITV documentary sparked many complaints about the Duke.

“If an organisation looks after its workers fairly, then an investigation should begin to find out if Andrew was a bully or intimidator of staff.

In an earlier claim, Andrew was found with 50-60 stuffed toys in his bed. Maids received a laminated photo so that each bear could be carefully repositioned.

Former constable who left the Metropolitan Police Police in 2007 was part of an elite Royal Protection Squad, and had direct access to the Duke of York’s private residence. 

The Sunday Mirror was told by Andrew that Andrew was bullying, however no formal investigation was done. 

Mr Page claimed Andrew called his colleague a ‘fat lardy-a***d c***’ when he stopped a woman at the gates who had not been correctly invited as a guest. According to Mr Page, his outburst caused even the woman to go ‘bright’ and apologize profusely.

His comments came in an ITV documentary: ‘Ghislaine, Prince Andrew and the Paedophile’ that aired on Monday.

He said that the inspection found about 60 or 50 stuffed toys on the bed. There was also a card in the drawer which showed a photo of the bears in their natural habitat. The laminated photo was necessary because if the bears were not put in their proper order by the maids, they would shout at each other.

Charlotte Briggs was a Buckingham Palace maid in 1996. Andrew was still in his 30s when he made these comments. She came forward to make her own claims.

Charlotte Briggs began working at Buckingham Palace in 1996 when she was 21, but within six months was tasked with being Andrew's maid; a job that 'nobody wanted,' she said. Pictured: Andrew in 1996

Charlotte Briggs, then 21, began work at Buckingham Palace as a maid in 1996. After six months she became Andrew’s maid. This was a job she felt ‘no one wanted’. Pictured with Andrew in 1996

On Thursday, Ms Briggs stated that Andrew had left her in tears. Andrew also rants about the importance of small gaps in curtains.

Speaking to The Sun, Ms Briggs said the prince yelled at her: ‘Can’t you f***ing do anything right?’ As she raced up and down stairs, Ms Briggs noticed that the prince was only a few yards from the curtains.

According to the mother of her two children, 47 years old, “This man fought for his nation in the Falklands but couldn’t stand up and close his own curtains,” she said.

She added, “It was absurd but said volumes about him.” 

Ms Briggs (47) said that her regrets were not overstating the Duke’s “demanding and entitled” foul-mouthed rants.

Speaking to MailOnline in her hometown of Halifax, West Yorkshire, she said: ‘I don’t give a toss what Prince Andrew feels… he is a horrible, nasty man.’

Elle added, “It’s been over 26 years since I signed (a privacy arrangement) under the official secret act.

“But, my husband and me saw the television programme when his Teddy Bears were mentioned. He said that it was a great time for me and others to talk about what has happened. 

Two-year-old mother said that she has been criticised by her local community today, after her story made the front page.

Charlotte Briggs (pictured), 47, said she had no regrets about speaking out over his 'demanding and entitled' foul-mouthed rants

Charlotte Briggs, 47 (pictured), said that she didn’t regret speaking out about his foul-mouthed and ‘demanding’ rants.

Ms Briggs began working at Buckingham Palace in 1996 when she was 21, but within six months was tasked with being Andrew's maid; a job that 'nobody wanted,' she said

In 1996, at the age of 21, Ms. Briggs joined Buckingham Palace. Within six months she had been tasked to be Andrew’s maid. This was a job she felt ‘nobody wanted’.

Ms Briggs called the Duke of York (pictured right in 2019 with The Queen) 'demanding and entitled'

Ms Briggs called The Duke of York (pictured here in 2019 with Queen Elizabeth) “demanding and entitled”.

Ms Briggs, from Halifax, broke her silence to The Sun after Prince Andrew was stripped of his military titles amid a sex assault lawsuit brought by Virginia Giuffre in the United States. The Duke of York vehemently denies the allegations

After Prince Andrew’s military titles were stripped amid a lawsuit by Virginia Giuffre, a Halifax woman, Ms Briggs broke her silence and spoke out to The Sun. The allegations were denied by the Duke of York.

‘When they accused me of making a profit on me, I was there. However, I am entitled to tell you about the events that happened even though it is so far back.

“I don’t regret at all.” However, I was hurt by some remarks made against me.

She stated that, despite his arrogant behavior towards her, she has never witnessed or heard him engage in any illegal behaviour.

As he prepares for sworn testimony, details about his outbursts and the Prince’s sex abuse case against Virginia Giuffre are likely to embarrass him.

She has accused him of sexually assaulting her when she was 17 — which he vehemently denies.

The diplomat Simon Wilson hosted the duke of Bahrain and previously stated that Andrew was rude, boorish, and had “childish obsessions”. Staff even called him HBH (His Bufoon Highness).

Janette McGowan (65) claims that Janette was her maid and had to inspect a polaroid to confirm the bears were placed correctly.

The revelations about the Duke’s outbursts will likely cause him even more embarrassment as he prepares testify against the claims made by Ms Giuffre.

It also comes after The Queen – his mother – stripped him of his royal titles, and as he is facing calls to be evicted from the Royal Lodge in Windsor where he currently lives with his ex-wife Ferguson – whom he was pictured driving with on Saturday.