What is the Virginia Giuffre v. Prince Andrew Case
Virginia Giuffre v. Prince Andrew is a civil legal action in which Virginia Giuffre (née Roberts), a woman living in Australia as of January 2022, has sued Prince Andrew.
Prince Andrew who is the Duke of York, son of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms had Virginia revealing that she was forced to have several sexual encounters with the prince in the early 2000s at the age of 17, after being trafficked by Jeffrey Epstein.
Prince Andrew has denied Giuffre’s claims. The two parties reached an out-of-court settlement in February 2022, and the case is set to be closed without going to trial.
How Much did Prince Andrew Have to pay Virginia Giuffre?
The Duke of York Prince Andrew and Virginia Giuffre is said to have sat down and settled the issue and have reached an out-of-court settlement, which includes the Duke making a substantial donation to Giuffre’s charity.
According to reports, the amount of money that is supposed to be paid by the Duke of york is not known but the lawyer of Virginia David Boies said the settlement, “does not in any way insulate him from any criminal liability that would otherwise exist.”