Index – Abroad – Prince Andrew must prove he can’t sweat

Index – Abroad – Prince Andrew must prove he can’t sweat
Index – Abroad – Prince Andrew must prove he can’t sweat

The Jeffrey Epstein case continues, another defendant has been brought to justice: Prince Andras has been asked by Virginia Roberts Giuffre’s lawyers to submit medical documents proving his inability to sweat. The prince was charged with sexual harassment by Virginia Roberts Giuffre, one of the main victims of Jeffrey Epstein’s sexual harassment case of underage girls. Prince Andrew is being questioned in an American civil lawsuit.

According to the indictment, in 2001 Jeffrey Epstein took Virginia Roberts Giuffre to London, where he was then introduced to Prince Andrew. After Giuffre, Prince Andrew, Epstein, and his then-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell went to a nightclub to dance, Giuffre was forced to have sex with the prince. According to the troubled person, the defendant was aware that he was a minor (17) and was heavily sweaty before the act.

In a 2019 BBC interview, the Duke of York said he was in that nightclub because he took his older daughter to a party. He also said in an interview that he could not sweat for many years. Defendant continues to claim he does not remember ever meeting the affected Virginia Roberts Giuffre.

The case will continue on January 4 with an oral debate where the 61-year-old prince’s lawyers will most likely argue in favor of dismissing the lawsuit. Incidentally, U.S. judges have also suggested that next week they may disclose the agreement between Epstein and Giuffre, 2009-is a confidential agreement, which may include Prince Andrew.

The jury found Ghislaine Maxwell guilty at several points over the weeks, alleging, among other things, aiding her ex-partner Jeffrey Epstein in the sexual trafficking of a minor.

In this article, sexual abuse is a crime topic. Please also read our article on this!

If you or a friend is abused in your relationship, or if you think someone has been trafficked, call the National Crisis Management and Information Telephone Service on freephone 06 (80) 20-55-20 from within the country.

The NANE Association’s helpline for abused women and children can be called free of charge on 06 (80) 505-101 every weekday from 6 pm to 10 pm, except on Wednesdays.

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(Cover image: Andrew Albert Christian Edward, Prince of York, April 11, 2021. Photo: Steve Parsons / POOL / AFP)

 
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