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The Prince Andrew Abuse Report Could Not Be Accepted

According to Prince Andrew’s attorney Brettler, the abuse charge against him might not be accepted. Brettler revealed over the phone that Giuffre had resolved a different lawsuit in 2009, implying that she acknowledged she didn’t have the right to sue the prince.

The attorney, who was speaking from Los Angeles, stated, “The prosecution has struck an agreement that could exempt the Duke of York and others from potential legal liability.” “That litigation is bogus, non-viable, and most likely illegal.”

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Giuffre could not have subpoenaed Prince Andrew legally. For example, the policeman watching the prince’s home would have received the summons papers. But the girl’s attorney claims the documents were turned over in the right way.

The 38-year-old Giuffre claims that more than 20 years ago, at the same time that she was sexually assaulted by the controversial millionaire Jeffrey Epstein, she was violated sexually by the son of British Queen Elizabeth. The prince says the accusations are untrue. On October 13th, the case will have its next hearing.

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