Prince Andrew: Scandal-Royal visits the Queen in Scotland

Prince Andrew
Scandal Royal visits the Queen in Scotland

Prince Andrew resigned from his royal duties in 2019.

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Virginia Giuffre has filed a lawsuit against Prince Andrew. He has now been spotted with ex-wife Fergie in the Queen’s summer residence.

Prince Andrew (61) and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson (61) were apparently spotted on the way to Balmoral Castle in Scotland – the day after Virginia Giuffre (38) filed a lawsuit against Andrew in New York.

Photos published by “Mail Online”, are said to show the son of Queen Elizabeth II (95) driving in his car to Balmoral, the Queen’s Scottish estate where the 95-year-old is currently spending her traditional summer vacation. “Fergie” was sitting in the back seat of the car. The ex-couple have been close friends since the divorce in 1996, together they have two daughters Princess Beatrice (33) and Princess Eugenie (31).

Virginia Giuffre, a suspected victim of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein (1953-2019), accuses the Queen’s second eldest son of forcing her to have sex with him three times between 1999 and 2002 – allegations that Prince Andrew specifically denies. The Royal resigned from public office in late 2019 after a disastrous BBC interview on the Epstein scandal.

Does the litigation drag on for years?

In a statement by Giuffre on the lawsuit against Andrew it says according to “People” among other things: “I hold Prince Andrew accountable for what he has done to me. The powerful and rich are not exempt from being held accountable for their actions. I hope that other victims will see that it is possible not to live in secrecy and fear, but to win back your own life by raising your voice and demanding justice. “

According to the Daily Mail, experts said that the dispute could drag on for years after the lawsuit has been filed. A US attorney said the lawsuit was devastating to the prince’s reputation and could force him to answer questions about his relationship with Epstein, according to the newspaper.