Prince Andrew reaches an agreement to avoid trial for sexual abuse

The Prince Andrew and the woman who sued him for sexual abuse, the American Virginia Giuffre They reached a financial agreement and with this avoid a trial in court, according to court documents filed on Tuesday.

The parties “settled out of court,” Giuffre’s attorney, David Boies, said in a letter to a New York judge sent on behalf of both parties, without disclosing the exact financial terms of the settlement.

In this regard, as we promptly informed you in AmericanPost.News, just on February 12, Prince Charles would have asked Andrés to stay “out of sight” of royalty until he resolved his sexual scandal.

Prince Andrew Avoids judgment with financial agreement.

In the letter delivered by the lawyer, Boies also explains that the Prince will make a “substantial donation” to the charity of Mrs. Giuffre in support of the rights of victims of sexual abuse.

It is important to note that a few days ago Andrés had finally agreed to give a sworn statement on March 10 in the United Kingdom as part of the Giuffre sexual abuse case that he had filed against him.

Information has also been leaked that neither Sarah Ferguson, his ex-wife, nor their daughters, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, should appear in court for questioning.

Despite the fact that the letter delivered by her lawyer is already public, Virgina Giuffre has still shared some comments through his official Twitter account.

What happened to Prince Andrew?

The case of Virginia Giuffre took on great relevance in recent years because she accused the son of Queen Elizabeth II of having abused her when she was 17 years old as part of a prostitution network created by the businessman. Jeffrey Epsteinwho took his own life in August 2019.

However, his former assistant Ghislaine Maxwell was also found guilty of sexual trafficking of minors, for which he will face a prison sentence of up to 70 years.

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