Prince Andrew Reaches Out-Of-Court Settlement With Abuse Case


In her ongoing abuse case, Virginia Giuffre reached an out-of-court settlement with Prince Andrew. Giuffre, who was 17 when she was abused by the British royal and traveled with Jeffrey Epstein, filed suit last August. She alleges Epstein’s child sex trafficker companion, Ghislaine Maxwell (convicted), introduced her to him. He then went on to abuse Giuffre thrice in New York City, London, and the U.S Virgin Islands.

David Boies, Giuffre’s lawyer, has a long professional history of representing establishment personnel and causes. So it’s not surprising that he’s steered his client away from a public legal spectacle involving Epstein associates. It’s disappointing, however, that another chance for names to be called has been withdrawn.

Boies and Prince Andrew’s lawyers filed the motion Tuesday. They informed the judge that they had reached a principle settlement and would request for the case to be dismissed in Manhattan federal court in the next month.

A non-signed letter was filed with the notice of intention to settle in court.

According to court filings, the settlement amount will not be revealed.

Ms. Giuffre is hopeful that she will be able to move on from the difficult chapter of her childhood. The public is still angry that Epstein’s alleged underage escapades are not being named and charged. People have lost patience with globalist elites who don’t suffer the consequences of their actions. What part of “justice is for all” is so difficult to grasp?