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Prince Andrew Is Formally Served Lawsuit Papers Over Child Sex Ring

Started by Solar, September 11, 2021, 07:16:48 AM

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The security detail at the Royal Lodge in Windsor has accepted documents detailing a sexual abuse lawsuit against Prince Andrew by one of the victims of sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein. His response is due soon in a US court.
Process server Cesar Augusto Sepulveda attested that he successfully served the documents on August 27, according to an affidavit that surfaced Friday. It says the Duke of York did not accept the papers personally, but the Metropolitan Police Office and the head of security at The Royal Lodge in Windsor, England did.


The document surfaced in court filings ahead of the initial pretrial conference before US District Judge Lewis Kaplan in New York, scheduled for September 13.

Andrew Albert Christian Edward, the Duke of York, is accused by Virginia Giuffre of sexual assault, battery and inflicting emotional distress on her. Giuffre's lawsuit alleges that she was abused by Prince Andrew on multiple occasions while she was under the age of 18, including at the London home of Ghislaine Maxwell and at Epstein's mansion in New York.

The Queen's second son has denied ever having sexual relations with Giuffre and told the BBC in 2019 he had "no recollection" of ever meeting her.

https://www.rt.com/uk/534543-prince-andrew-epstein-served/
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Quote from: Solar on September 11, 2021, 07:16:48 AMAnd the world elite panic!!! :thumbsup:  :thumbsup:  :thumbsup:

The security detail at the Royal Lodge in Windsor has accepted documents detailing a sexual abuse lawsuit against Prince Andrew by one of the victims of sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein. His response is due soon in a US court.
Process server Cesar Augusto Sepulveda attested that he successfully served the documents on August 27, according to an affidavit that surfaced Friday. It says the Duke of York did not accept the papers personally, but the Metropolitan Police Office and the head of security at The Royal Lodge in Windsor, England did.


The document surfaced in court filings ahead of the initial pretrial conference before US District Judge Lewis Kaplan in New York, scheduled for September 13.

Andrew Albert Christian Edward, the Duke of York, is accused by Virginia Giuffre of sexual assault, battery and inflicting emotional distress on her. Giuffre's lawsuit alleges that she was abused by Prince Andrew on multiple occasions while she was under the age of 18, including at the London home of Ghislaine Maxwell and at Epstein's mansion in New York.

The Queen's second son has denied ever having sexual relations with Giuffre and told the BBC in 2019 he had "no recollection" of ever meeting her.

https://www.rt.com/uk/534543-prince-andrew-epstein-served/

My mom is one of those weird women who is oddly fascinated by the British royal family. She and Gma have very strong and different opinions about princess Di. But she is very interested in this whole thing and wonders what the queen thinks about prince andrew being accused of being a pedo.

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Quote from: T Hunt on September 11, 2021, 08:33:36 AMMy mom is one of those weird women who is oddly fascinated by the British royal family. She and Gma have very strong and different opinions about princess Di. But she is very interested in this whole thing and wonders what the queen thinks about prince andrew being accused of being a pedo.
Shocked it took this long? :biggrin:
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