Prince Andrew allegedly assaulted Giuffre three times in 2001 as a 17-year-old teenager. The case will be continued later this year, after it initially appeared to be closed due to a settlement that the American had previously reached with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. It states that she was given half a million dollars and in return may not file any complaints against Epstein and his entourage. However, the judge ruled on Wednesday that that agreement does not constitute an obstacle and that Giuffre may continue her case.
According to David Boies, Giuffre’s lawyer, this is a good thing. “It is very important that this matter is resolved for Virginia Giuffre in a way that puts her and all the other victims in the right. I don’t think she has strong views on what a solution should be,” he added. “The most important thing is that the verdict is in her favor and justifies the claim she has made.”
Virginia Giuffre wants to be proved right and not just settle in Andrew case | gossip
Source link Virginia Giuffre wants to be proved right and not just settle in Andrew case | gossip