One of Jeffrey Epstein’s accusers has made a new revelation. Virginia Giuffre, who had previously filed a lawsuit against the deceased Epstein has now accused Prince Andrew of sexual assault.
According to Giuffre, she was brought to the UK at the age of 17 and forcefully made to engage in sexual acts with the Royal. Her case cites New York’s Child Victims Act, which extended the victim’s own rights to call out potential abusers.
Ms. Giuffre’s case also adds how Prince Andrew participated in such acts without her consent, despite knowing fully well about her “sex trafficking” past. The case also points at the
“extreme and outrageous conduct” that continues to provoke “psychological distress and harm.”
As stated in the documents,
“no person, whether president or prince, is above the law, and no person, no matter how powerless or vulnerable, can be deprived of the law's protection."
Additionally, the papers also added that the prince’s long line of wealth and power had taken the life away from an innocent girl.
When addressing Ms. Giuffre’s allegations, Prince Andrew affirmed that “they never happened.” In fact, in conversation with BBC Newsnight, he claimed to have never seen his accuser in the entire span of his life.
In a statement published a while later, Prince Andrew was extremely remorseful about his incorrect judgment of Jeffrey Epstein. According to the royal, his untimely suicide has thrown a significant number of questions, especially for his victims.
The new complaint includes the prince and his team declining the innumerable requests to offer substantial facts and explanations about the issue at hand. For a clearer stance, BBC has gotten in touch with Buckingham Palace and Prince Andrew. However, they are yet to respond to the questions.
At present, the case filed by Ms. Giuffre has accused the prince of sexual abuse at the Ghislaine Maxwell and Epstein home in Manhattan and Little St James respectively. Just a few weeks back, an inquiry declared Mr. Cuomo guilty of harassing over 10 women.