LONDON – British police will take no additional motion in opposition to Prince Andrew after a prosecutor ordered Jeffrey Epstein’s allegation that he sexually assaulted her.
Virginia Giuffre has publicly claimed for years that in 2001, when she was a minor, she was sexually assaulted by Queen Elizabeth’s second son.
In August, Giuffre filed a lawsuit against the prince, and mentioned Andrew sexually assaulted her underneath the Little one Victims Act when she was trafficked and flown to London by Epstein and his affiliate when she was 17.
Andrew has denied all allegations.
Following Giuffre’s trial, the Metropolitan Police began a review of allegations in August in reference to the late convicted intercourse offender Epstein. Police mentioned late Sunday it had accomplished its investigation and won’t take any additional motion.
The August lawsuit wasn’t the primary time Giuffre had publicly claimed she was sexually assaulted by the prince, Epstein and collaborator Ghislaine Maxwell.
Giuffre submitted an utility lawsuit for defamation in opposition to Maxwell in 2015 for Maxwell’s repeated denial of abuse in opposition to her. That lawsuit was settled out of court docket.
In an interview in 2019 with the BBC, Giuffre detailed Andrew’s alleged abuse of her. She claimed that Maxwell flew her to London in 2001, when she was a minor, the place she was ordered to have intercourse with the prince.
In Nov 2019Prince Andrew was requested about Giuffre’s allegations throughout an interview, to which he replied that he “can’t bear in mind ever assembly”.