Queen Elizabeth II’s son will have to stand trial

A U.S. court has again declined to reject a civil lawsuit filed by Virginia Roberts-Jeffra alleging sexual exploitation of Prince Andrew, the son of Queen Elizabeth II of Britain. This is reported by the BBC.

British Prince Andrew was indicted in New York in August for the sexual exploitation of a woman alleging that the scandalous financier of the deceased, Jeffrey Epstin, had “lent” him to various people for sexual purposes as a minor.

A lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Manhattan states that Virginia Jeffre is the plaintiff in the case against the accused “Prince Andrew, Duke of York.”

Juffre claimed Andrew had sexually abused her at Epstine’s girlfriend, Gylein Maxwell, in London more than 20 years ago, when she was only 17 years old.

“Epstine, Maxwell and Prince Andrew forced the plaintiff, a child, to have sex with Prince Andrew against her will,” the indictment said.

Andrew, 61, has categorically denied having sex with Dzufri and has said he does not remember meeting him.

“Prince Andrew, who vehemently denies the allegations, will have the opportunity to restore his reputation in public. However, it’s hard to imagine the royal family wanting to see him in New York. That could mean an out-of-court settlement,” said Shock Kuglan, BBC News correspondent.

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