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Prince Andrew: Can this document prevent his conviction?

Prince Andrew is on trial for abusing a minor. His lawyers are doing all they can to avert conviction.

New York City – Prince Andrews (61) possible involvement in the scandal surrounding Jeffrey Epstein (66, † 2019) could be his undoing. Virginia Giuffre, 38, one of the alleged victims of the US sex offender, filed a civil lawsuit against the British Royal in New York City in August. The allegations against the second eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II (95) are serious.

Virginia Giuffre accuses Prince Andrew of abusing her several times. Several incidents are said to have occurred between 1999 and 2002, the plaintiff was still a minor at the time. Giuffre is now demanding damages in a New York court, the first hearing of the case against Prince Andrew took place earlier this week. The defendant shone at the appointment with absenteeism and instead was represented by lawyer Andrew Brettler. During the telephone hearing, Brettler mentioned a mysterious document that made people sit up and take notice.
You can find more information on the document that is important for Prince Andrew at *.

The Duke of York is said to be hiding at Balmoral Castle in Scotland, while his lawyer has denied the allegations. According to media reports, Brettler described the lawsuit as “unfounded, untenable and possibly illegal”. The Californian attorney also spoke to Judge Lewis Kaplan (76) about a settlement agreement from Virginia Giuffre, which “exempts the duke and others from any liability”. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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