It is getting serious for Prince Andrew: In the fall of next year, the trial of the abuse lawsuit by Virginia Giuffre will take place in New York. Of all people, one of his daughters could exonerate him as an alibi.
Hard to imagine what is currently going on in Princess Beatrice, 33. The eldest daughter of Prince Andrew, 61, and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, 62, should currently be able to enjoy their family life to the fullest. In September 2021, she and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 38, were happy about the birth of their first child, daughter Sienna. But the happiness of the Queen’s granddaughter is overshadowed.
Prince Andrew: The trial date has been set
Negotiations on the abuse scandal involving her father are due to begin in the autumn of next year. Virginia Giuffre, 38, accused of being sexually abused three times by Prince Andrew as a minor. On the evening of March 10, 2001, after a party in a club in the house of US billionaire and sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, † 66, and his then partner Ghislaine Maxwell, 59, had sex. The 61-year-old, however, denies all allegations, claims that he never met the American. However, a joint photo of the royal with the then 17-year-old speaks for itself.
Can Princess Beatrice relieve her father?
According to media reports, a total of 16 pieces of stuff: inside, including two from Great Britain, should testify in the process. In addition to Sarah Ferguson, it can be assumed that Princess Beatrice will also be called as a witness. After all, only she could confirm her father’s alibi. Because as Andrew stated in an interview two years ago, he was out with her that evening.
“I was on that special evening – March 10th as we understood it – at home with the children. I took Beatrice to a party on a pizza express in Woking, probably at four or five in the afternoon. And then because the Duchess [Sarah Ferguson] was gone, we have a simple rule in the family that when one is gone, the other is there, “he said in an interview with” BBC Newsnight “.
Two stuff: inside from the UK
It is not publicly known which stuff will actually testify in the process. However, David Boies, who represents the prosecutor, has already announced that he intends to file a formal petition through the UK court to speak to two things: inside the UK. “I think we can get them to volunteer, but … we should know within the next two or three weeks,” he told the court, according to The Telegraph.
Sources used: telegraph.co.uk