Well, it finally happened. An alleged victim of the Jeffery Epstein sexual scandal has filed a lawsuit and named Prince Andrew as a defendant.
The formal action is being filed two years after Jeffery Epstein died in prison.
Per the report:
[L]awyers for Virginia Giuffre filed the lawsuit in Manhattan federal court, where Epstein was charged criminally with sex trafficking a month before died age 66 in August 2019 in an adjacent federal jail where he was awaiting trial.
Giuffre has repeatedly made her allegations against Epstein, his onetime girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell, and Andrew, but the lawsuit was the first time she has directly confronted Andrew in such a formal setting.
It increases pressure on the prince, even if he remains in the U.K. and beyond the reach of the courts.
U.S. Prosecutor Says Prince Andrew Has Provided ‘Zero Cooperation’ in Jeffrey Epstein Probe https://t.co/S248bF1XrS
— Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) January 27, 2020
Giuffre is “holding Prince Andrew accountable for what he did to me,” according to her statement.
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