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  1. #1
    stl1 Cum Lickin' Fagit
    The Washington Post
    Prince Andrew settles with U.S. woman who says she was trafficked to him by Jeffrey Epstein
    Shayna Jacobs


    NEW YORK — Britain’s Prince Andrew has settled the sexual abuse lawsuit brought by a woman who said she was trafficked to him by the late financier Jeffrey Epstein, a court filing Tuesday revealed. The amount of the settlement was not disclosed.

    Andrew was sued in August by Virginia Giuffre, who said she was recruited by Epstein and his longtime paramour Ghislaine Maxwell when she was a teenager in Palm Beach, Fla., where Epstein maintained a villa residence. She alleged that the couple introduced to Andrew, who was a friend of theirs.

    Giuffre, now a mother living in Australia, alleged that she had unwanted sexual encounters with Andrew in New York, London and on Epstein’s private island in the Caribbean in the early 2000s.

    In a one-page statement filed in U.S. District Court in Manhattan on Tuesday, the parties agreed that Andrew “never intended to malign Ms. Giuffre’s character, and he accepts that she has suffered both as an established victim of abuse and as a result of unfair public attacks..”

    Prince Andrew’s lawyers, arguing for dismissal of sexual assault lawsuit, point to accuser’s secret settlement with Jeffrey Epstein
    The statement continues that it is "known that Jeffrey Epstein trafficked countless young girls over many years. Prince Andrew regrets his association with Epstein, and commends the bravery of Ms. Giuffre and other survivors in standing up for themselves and others."

    “He pledges to demonstrate his regret for his association with Epstein by supporting the fight against the evils of sex trafficking, and by supporting its victims,” the statement continues.

    The settlement comes shortly after a federal judge in New York overseeing the lawsuit sought help from courts in the United Kingdom and Australia to secure the testimony of witnesses living in those countries.

    A notice filed to the same judge on Tuesday said that, in light of the settlement, Giuffre would be withdrawing her civil claims against Andrew.

    “The amount is confidential,” Giuffre’s attorney David Boies said in a statement, adding that the settlement “speaks for itself.”
  2. #2
    Bradley victim of incest
    how come you just copy and paste and never give your opinion on any of this shit

    idgaf about what some hoe from abc world news says about some shit, cut her opinion shit out and at the end, after stating the copy and pasted factual article which i know you love to do

    be like

    "STD1: "

    I know how to read the fucking news bro, i come here to hear your opinion and take on shit, not just read some HOE ASS article that i'm already gonna hear bout three times from three different news outlets throughout the day.
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  3. #3
    Originally posted by Bradley how come you just copy and paste and never give your opinion on any of this shit

    a parrot doesnt have the capacity to make its own speech.

    on topic:

    this proves that all women are prostitutes.

    this one receives cold hard cashes.
  4. #4
    stl1 Cum Lickin' Fagit
    AFP
    Anger in UK over Prince Andrew's '£12 mn' settlement


    Disgraced British royal Prince Andrew was urged Wednesday to "live out his retirement in ignominy" after reportedly settling a sexual assault lawsuit for a whopping £12 million ($16.3 million, 14.3 million euros).

    The lawyer for US accuser Virginia Giuffre said on Tuesday that both parties had settled out of court, sparing Andrew the public humiliation of a trial. The details were not revealed.

    Giuffre, 38, has said she had sex with Andrew when she was 17 and a minor under US law, after meeting him through US financier Jeffrey Epstein. He took his own life in prison while awaiting trial for sex crimes.

    The prince, 61, has not been criminally charged and has denied the allegations.

    Mark Stephens, a media specialist at law firm Howard Kennedy, told AFP that Andrew had "preserved some measure of dignity for the wider royal family" by agreeing to settle.

    But, Stephens added, "he's not going to see the light of day in public service ever again".

    The Daily Telegraph newspaper reported that Andrew was to pay £10 million to Giuffre and £2 million to a charity for victims of sex trafficking.

    His team told AFP they would not comment on the contents of the deal.

    The deal raised questions of who is footing the bill for the perennially cash-strapped prince, who is said to be selling a Swiss ski chalet at a knockdown price to help meet his US legal bills.

    The Telegraph said the settlement money would come from one of the private estates belonging to his mother Queen Elizabeth II. Commentators demanded transparency on the source, in case the British taxpayer ends up on the hook.

    - 'Swept under the carpet' -

    "I just think it's awful that it's all been swept under the carpet, as if it never even happened," Yasmine Ollive, a 34-year-old account manager, said in London.

    After other controversies over Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, she said that if the royals "keep on carrying on with the things that they're doing, then it could be the end of them".

    Separately on Wednesday, police in London confirmed they were investigating allegations that an aide to Prince Charles, the queen's heir, had offered UK honours to a Saudi businessman in return for donations to the prince's charitable foundation.

    The scandal hanging over Andrew has threatened to overshadow the queen's Platinum Jubilee this year, marking her 70 years on the throne. Any jury trial could have coincided with nationwide jubilee celebrations due to take place in the summer.

    But Andrew will now no longer be questioned under oath by Giuffre's lawyers, who had been due to travel to London next month.

    The court filing said Andrew "regrets his association with Epstein, and commends the bravery of Ms. Giuffre and other survivors in standing up for themselves and others".

    "He pledges to demonstrate his regret for his association with Epstein by supporting the fight against the evils of sex trafficking, and by supporting its victims," it added.

    - 'No way back' -

    But British media called on Andrew to withdraw entirely from public life, after he was already stripped of his honorary military ranks and the title of "His Royal Highness".

    "Andrew is finished -- undone by his insufferable arrogance, entitlement and staggering naivety," popular tabloid The Sun said in its editorial.

    "He must retreat entirely from public life and live out his retirement in ignominy," it added.

    Opposition Labour MP Rachael Maskell demanded that Andrew also lose his Duke of York title to show "respect" for the people of the northern English city, which she represents.

    The staunchly royalist Daily Mail said in its front-page headline that there was "no way back" for Andrew, who withdrew from royal duties in 2019 after a widely ridiculed BBC interview.

    Inside, the paper slammed Andrew for a "vile smear campaign" against Giuffre.

    British commentators also mocked Andrew for claiming he had never met Giuffre, querying why he had agreed in that case to settle for such an apparently large amount, and pointing to a photograph of the pair together when she was 17.

    His lawyers had questioned the authenticity of the photo, which also showed socialite and Epstein friend Ghislaine Maxwell.

    In December, Maxwell was convicted of recruiting and grooming young girls to be sexually abused by Epstein.
  5. #5
    Donald Trump Naturally Camouflaged
    "The grand old Duke of York, he had 12 million quid.
    He gave it to someone he’d never met, for something he never did."
    https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/prince-andrew-ridiculed-aides-nursery-26281298

  6. #6
    Wariat Marine/Preteen Biologist
    lol every single one of you who met or used a hooker or their services are more likely than me to pay up cause i dont hang around hos.
  7. #7
    Wariat Marine/Preteen Biologist
    yet im in the topic title go figure.
  8. #8
    Wariat Marine/Preteen Biologist
    star trek above has the biggest vhsnces of paying up considering he has been with such females or hos in all continents and countries on the planet. and on top of it comes from the uk. this has nothing to do with age especially since she was over the aoc.
  9. #9
    Donald Trump Naturally Camouflaged
    Originally posted by Wariat star trek above has the biggest vhsnces of paying up considering he has been with such females or hos in all continents and countries on the planet. and on top of it comes from the uk. this has nothing to do with age especially since she was over the aoc.

    Pretty much all the hookers I have been with have been in their 30s.
  10. #10
    Wariat Marine/Preteen Biologist
    again this has nothing to do with age. she was well over the consent in almost any country on the planet.
  11. #11
    Wariat Marine/Preteen Biologist
    so you really think star trek that one yr would have made such a differenc eor six months or whatever and she wouldnt be doing that to him regardless or metooing him?
  12. #12
    Donald Trump Naturally Camouflaged
    Originally posted by Wariat so you really think star trek that one yr would have made such a differenc eor six months or whatever and she wouldnt be doing that to him regardless or metooing him?

    Honestly I have no idea and no understanding of why he is being sued, and neither, it seems, does OP's halfwit journalists.

    However I congratulate Virginia Guiffre on getting the loot from the Royal fucker.

    Secure the bag. Always.
  13. #13
    Wariat Marine/Preteen Biologist
    its the same metoo type shit that weinstein got sued over.
  14. #14
    Donald Trump Naturally Camouflaged
    Originally posted by Wariat its the same metoo type shit that weinstein got sued over.

    I don't think that's informative of the legal precedent or principle the suit would be relying on.
  15. #15
    Wariat Marine/Preteen Biologist
    nobody can sue anyone outside super richy richy whitewashed privileged countries everyone wants to live at like the usa or uk. In Poland people get literally run over by cars and no one sued or does anything or even cares outside facebook nes posts showing such films off of fuking tvp or some shit. they literally dont even care about pedestrians in poland or getting sued and their customer service is just as garbage.
  16. #16
    Wariat Marine/Preteen Biologist
    they dont even care about yelp reviews either basically.
  17. #17
    Donald Trump Naturally Camouflaged
    True.
  18. #18
    Wariat Marine/Preteen Biologist
    would you guys rather live in a rich western and humanist or woke country like the uk where everyone sued or the usa is a better example or one where you can get beat up or jumped for simply telling some driver who almost hit you fuck off and where in cities like lodz you see people getting out of cars and opening the doors of other cars threatening people in middle of streets (true story I saw it with my own eyes not far where my family lives in Lodz like a fe months ago)? This is something worth podnering? whats worse? I mean both of these truths suck is there like something in the middle without having to dodge cars or morons trying to fight you but not worry about people walking in front of you slo hoping to get hit like in california indians do or did to me once or white trash in santa cruz?
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    Wariat Marine/Preteen Biologist
    whats worse dealing with indians walking super slow in frot of you hoping to annoy you to hit them or get out of your car and punch them to sue you or dealing with cars in poland literally alost hitting you daily? I dont know man.
  20. #20
    Donald Trump Naturally Camouflaged
    I'd rather live in the shithole, but the wages in the fag countries are better.
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