The settlement between Epstein and Prince Andrew’s accuser Giuffre has been made public.
“A previously sealed $500,000 lawsuit settlement in 2009 between Jeffrey Epstein and an American woman that Prince Andrew claims protects him from an ongoing lawsuit was made public,” reports Breitbart News.
“The deal between Epstein and Virginia Roberts, now known as Virginia Giuffre, contained a paragraph that said it protects anyone ‘who could have been included as a potential defendant’ from lawsuits filed by Giuffre,” reported Breitbart News.
Giuffre sued the prince, alleging he had sexually assaulted her multiple times when she was 17.
“The prince maintains assaults never happened and his lawyers have challenged the lawsuit on multiple grounds, including by saying she has lived most of the past two decades in Australia and can’t accurately claim to be a resident of Colorado, where her mother lives. Oral arguments were scheduled to occur Tuesday over the challenge,” reported Breitbart News.
Prince Andrew said he never had sex with Giuffre, saying, “It didn´t happen.”
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