Disgusting: Prince Andrew Might Be Safe From Jeffrey Epstein Victim’s Lawsuit Thanks to Settlement Terms
After the guilty verdicts rolled in for Ghislaine Maxwell, eyes started shifting around to see what high-profile individual might be in the crosshairs next. The list of people it could be is long, but most of the names have managed to stay more or less under the radar. Well, those crosshairs fell on Prince Andrew, and he’s fighting back to ensure he can’t be sued.
As reported by the Post Millennial, Virginia Roberts—a victim of Jeffrey Epstein who settled with the notorious sex trafficker back in 2009 for $500,000—is seeking to file suit against Prince Andrew. However, the terms of the settlement between Roberts and Epstein states that “Roberts agreed not to sue anyone connected with Epstein who could be described as a ‘potential defendant.’”
The lawsuit currently being sought alleges that Andrew sexually assaulted her when she was a teenager and that he was involved with Epstein for that purpose.
Prince Andrew denies the allegations, but here’s the thing: how? Either he denies the allegations, in which case there’s no reason to believe the “potential defendant” phrase applies to Andrew, thus the lawsuit is allowed to go through. Or he doesn’t deny the allegations, in which case one assumes he is a “potential defendant” and the lawsuit is stopped in its tracks.
But even if he denies the allegations, and the lawsuit goes through, there still might be evidence presented during the proceedings that he was still involved.
How does this play out? No clue. It’ll be interesting, though. The Epstein saga continues!
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