This woman had been accusing him for years of having abused her when she was a minor during a series of meetings organized by Jeffrey Epstein, the businessman who took his life in prison before being tried for child sex trafficking.
Initially it seemed that the legal representatives of the Prince Andrew were willing to go to trial, but finally the case was closed in exchange for him making a large donation to an organization created by Giuffre to support survivors of abuse, and to also admit that she had been the victim of sexual violence and unfair attacks on her reputation.
Throughout the entire process, the royal family removed what has always been considered the queen’s favorite son from the official agenda, also stripping him of his military titles and his royal patronages.
However, the next March 29 will return to public life – it remains to be seen whether occasionally or permanently – to go to the religious service to be held in the West Minster Abbey in honor of his father, the deceased Duke of Edinburgh.
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