Prince Charles came to Balmoral on Friday to characterise his brother Prince Andrew by British media as “crunch discussions.”
Reportedly, the Duke of York stays in Scotland, where Queen Elizabeth spends her summer vacations, accused by Virginia Giuffre of rape her while she was a kid.
After another hard week for the royal family, “crunch discussions,” said metro.co.uk, will be held between the two brothers.
The police commissioner from London, meantime, claimed that her agency was examining Prince Andrew files, but no investigations had been made.
Prince Andrew, who claimed he had sexually abused and beaten her two decades ago when she was seventeen, has been sued at a New York court on Monday by the lawyer Virginia Giuffre.
A civil case was lodged against Andrew, Queen Elizabeth’s second son, at the U.S. County Court, in Manhattano by Giuffre who alleges he was trafficked for sex by late billionaire Jeffrey Epstein.
In 2019, the prince stated that he did not remember Giuffre’s encounter and rejected her pretension of sexual abuse. In his interview with the BBC.
Andrew, 61, is one of the leading persons tied to Epstein, whom federal prosecutors indicted hundreds of children and women in Manhattan in July 2019 for sexual exploitation.