London – Metropolitan Police of the UK said they would take “no further actions” after going through a formal document filed against Prince Andrew, Queen Elizabeth II’s son, for the sexual assault.
In August, Virginia Giuffre, the girl who accused Andrew of sexually harassing her when she was a teenager, filed a lawsuit against the harasser in Southern District, New York.
According to the lawsuit, Jeffrey Epstein, who was convicted for sexual assault and sex trafficking, died of suicide in 2019, and Ghislaine Maxwell, his long-time partner in crime, forced Giuffre to sexually involve with Prince Andrew 20 years back.
Under the New York State’s Child Victim’s Law, the victim sued Andrew for committing “rape in the first degree.”
The New York’s Duke, Andrew, had never accepted the accusation.
In 2019, Andre stated to BBC that “he has no recollection of meeting Giuffre ever.”
He further said that the picture of him, Giuffre, and Ghislaine Maxwell together is doctored.
As per the lawsuit, Andrew sexually abused the victim when she was just 18, 3 times at three different locations, first in New York, second in London, and last at Epstein’s private resort in America.
The claim made by the victim, who is now, 38 is similar to the one she explained to NBC’s “Dateline.”
The Londons Metropolitan police said in a recent statement that, “it continues to liaise with other law enforcement agencies who lead the investigation into matters related to Jeffrey Epstein.”
However, the case investigation released in Aug 2021, has ended and announced no actions will be taken on the case anymore.
Furthermore, in June, the review of the allegation made on Maxwell for trafficking, abusing, and grooming girls in the UK is ended as well.
Maxwell is currently sentenced to jail, waiting for the charges of recruiting teenage girls for abuse to drop.
This year, she pleaded innocent in the Federal court and also denied the charges for any wrongdoing.
After taking legal suggestions and going through the past cases of Epstein, the police decided not to take any further actions as the crimes took place outside the boundaries of jurisdiction.