Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Prince Andrew not gave public money to pay off in sexual case settlement

The Treasury claimed that no public money has used to pay off Virginia in sexual case settlement by Prince Andrew. Last month, the Duke of York agreed to pay Ms Roberts a reported £12 million to resolve a legal dispute.

He has granted the green light to sue Ms Roberts in a New York civil court for undisclosed damages. Prince Andrew agreed to a case settlement, despite his vows to fight the claims and repeated protests of his innocence. He has now settled with accuser financially and the case has dismissed as a result.

Moreover, Andrew promised to donate substantially to her foundation for victims’ rights. He commended her bravery and claimed he had never tried to malign her reputation. Now the issue has resolved but the duke has always vigorously contested the accusations against him.

Prince Andrew said, “I regret my involvement with Epstein. I will show my support for this cause by assisting those who have sex trafficked and by helping those who are victims.”

Furthermore, details of the agreement between Andrew and Ms Roberts have sent as an attachment to the letter. They announced the settlement but the value has not disclosed. The Duke of York has 10 days to pay Ms Roberts’ money under the terms of his agreement.

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