Transfer of sexual abuse case files to the Prince of England

Britain’s Prince Andrew is handed paperwork in a lawsuit that a woman accuses him of sexually abusing her as a teenager in the US.

Plaintiff Virginia Giuffre’s representative said the documents in the sexual abuse lawsuit against Britain’s Prince Andrew were turned over to a police officer at the main gate of the prince’s residence on September 10. This representative did not directly meet Andrew, the second son of the Queen of England.

Records released on September 10 in the Southern county of New York, where the case is being handled, show that the lawsuit was transferred to the royal residence in Windsor, England, on August 27. A spokesman for Andrew declined to comment for this story.

Prince Andrew in an interview with the BBC in November 2019.  Photo: BBC

Prince Andrew in an interview with the BBC in November 2019. Photo: BBC

Plaintiff Giuffre, 38, claims to have been sexually abused by Britain’s Prince Andrew in the US more than 20 years ago, when she was less than 18 years old. Andrew, 61, denies ever having sex with Giuffre and has no recollection of ever meeting her.

Prince Andrew, 61, is divorced, has two children, was a helicopter pilot for the Royal Navy, was forced to withdraw from royal duties in 2019 after scandals related to the rate of the royal family. pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

In a rare television interview with the BBC at the end of 2019, Andrew admitted to being careless when dealing with Epstein, who committed suicide in prison while awaiting trial in New York in 2019. He rarely appeared in public. from that.

Hong Hanh (Follow AFP)


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