Prince Andrew latest news: Duke accuser wants to ‘whitewash’ his ‘financial settlement’ as Queen STRIPS him with HRH title

The Duke of York’s accuser wants to be “vindicated” by legal process and has no incentive to achieve a “pure financial settlement”, her lawyer has said.

One of the few options open to Andrew is to try to strike an out-of-court settlement with Virginia Giuffre after a US judge ruled her sexual assault charges against him could be heard. trial in a civil court.

But the suggestion by David Boies, Ms Giuffre’s lawyer, that money alone won’t satisfy his clients may suggest she may want a court date or some sort of admission from the duke or admitted position. his mind. The attorney declined to rule out the possibility that his client would agree to a settlement but said there was “no suggestion of settlement discussions at this time”.

It comes sensationally as Andrew has been stripped of all of his military titles by the Queen over his sexual assault scandal.

News of the explosion was announced by Buckingham Palace this evening just days after a US judge ruled that abuse charges against him should go to trial.

Virginia Giuffre claims she was forced to have sex with the Duke of York three times in 2001 – and Prince Andrew is strongdeny any wrongdoingand even said that he had never met Miss Giuffre.

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