Prince Andrew’s sexual abuse scandal just got graver and darker after Virginia Giuffre filed a lawsuit against him.
According to the federal court documents, Giuffre allegedly claims that Prince Andrew sexually abused her when she was still minor multiple times.
The lawsuit claims
“Prince Andrew committed sexual assault and battery upon plaintiff when she was 17 years old. As such, Prince Andrew is responsible for battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress according to New York common law. The damage to the plaintiff has been severe and lasting.”
Virginia Roberts Giuffre made her allegations against Prince Andrew first time in 2019, where she stated that she was forced to sexually please Prince Andrew while she was a minor. She put charges against Epstein and Maxwell for trafficking her for sex to London; where she was forced to have sex with Epstein and his famous friends. She claims that the duke of York was also among them.
Giuffre claims that Prince Andrew sexually abused her multiple times. She was forced to have sex in London at Maxwell’s place as well as in Epstein’s home in uptown Manhattan. She also claims to be trafficked for sex to US Virgin Islands.
In November 2019, Prince Andrew claimed that he had never met Virginia Giuffre in his life and stated that all of the claims are false.
Considering the evidence and the details of the lawsuit, there must be some truth in it which has been denied by Buckingham Palace as well.
Buckingham Palace denied all the allegations claimed by Giuffre and an official statement was released stating that the Royal Palace denies any kind of sexual relationship or contract between the duke of York and Virginia Roberts Giuffre. The claims made in public are all false and stand without a concrete foundation.
Prince Andrew has not responded to the lawsuit and remains silent and provides no cooperation in the case. The lawsuit is also connected to the sex trafficking scandal of minors against Epstein and Maxwell in which both had pleaded not guilty against all the charges.