Prince Andrew fled to the Queen in Scotland from the investigation into the Epstein case
Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson left their residence, located near Windsor Castle, and went to Balmoral Castle in Scotland, where Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain is now located. This is reported by the Daily Mail.
The publication suggests that the Duke and Duchess of York left to avoid receiving documents in the case of American Virginia Giuffre, who accused Prince Andrew of rape. On the eve of September 7, eyewitnesses noticed that the couple was leaving their Royal Lodge residence in Berkshire. The last time the dukes visited Elizabeth II in Scotland was less than a month ago, on August 10.
At the same time, on August 10, Virginia Giuffre appealed to the federal court in Manhattan with a rape claim against Prince Andrew. According to the Sun, the documents to the case have not yet been handed over to Prince Andrew, despite repeated attempts by lawyers to get into the Royal Lodge.
At the same time, after filing the lawsuit, the team of lawyers of Virginia Giuffre was given 120 days to deliver the papers for review to the defendant. Otherwise, his lawyers can ensure that the charges are dropped. This means that the documents must be handed over to Prince Andrew no later than December 2021.
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