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Britain’s Prince Andrew to problem US court docket jurisdiction in accuser’s lawsuit

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Britain’s Prince Andrew to challenge US court jurisdiction in accuser’s lawsuit

Britain’s Prince Andrew plans to problem a US court docket’s jurisdiction over a civil lawsuit by a lady who accused him of sexually assaulting and battering her 20 years in the past, based on a Monday court docket submitting.

In the submitting with the US District Court in Manhattan, a lawyer for Andrew stated the prince additionally plans to contest that he was correctly served with the lawsuit by Virginia Giuffre, who has stated she was additionally abused by the financier Jeffrey Epstein.
Lawyers for Giuffre didn’t instantly reply to requests for remark.
Andrew, 61, is likely one of the most distinguished individuals linked to Epstein, who US prosecutors charged in July 2019 with sexually exploiting dozens of women and girls.
Epstein, a registered intercourse offender, killed himself at age 66 in a Manhattan jail on August 10, 2019.
Giuffre has accused Andrew of forcing her in 2001, when she was 17, to have undesirable sexual activity on the London house of Ghislaine Maxwell, the British socialite and Epstein’s longtime affiliate.

Giuffre additionally stated Andrew abused her at Epstein’s mansion on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, and on a personal island, Epstein owned within the US Virgin Islands.
Andrew has denied Giuffre’s claims of sexual abuse.