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Prince Andrew Could Face Court Over Sex Allegations

Prince Andrew who has denied all claims he had sex with an underage girl could be forced to face court over the alleged sexual claims.

Prince Andrew Could Face Court Over Underage Sex Allegations

Solicitors acting on behalf Virginia Roberts, the girl that claims Prince Andrew had sex with her when she was just 17, has sent another letter demanding he comes forward and answers questions over the sex allegations. Prince Andrew has yet to reply to any of the letters but according to Virginia Roberts’s legal team, they will not stop until they get answers.

Virginia Roberts claims she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew when she was under age, these are claims that Buckingham Palace and Prince Andrew have denied. However, Virginia claims she has proof, which if true could send shock waves through the history of the Royal Family.

Her lawyers said yesterday: “We are attempting delivery through the British Embassy in Washington”.

Prince Andrew, 54, is planning to get away from all the focus of the sex allegations by visiting his £13million luxury ski chalet. Some see the trip as an admission of guilt, while sources at Buckingham Palace have said it has become a public relations nightmare.

After weeks of silence from Prince Andrew over the sexual allegations, he put out a carefully written denial of the claims.


He said: “Firstly I think I must, and want, for the record to refer to the events that have taken place in the last few weeks.

“And I just wish to reiterate and to reaffirm the statements which have already been made on my behalf by Buckingham Palace.”

Virginia Roberts, 31, claims she was forced by Prince Andrew’s friend, convicted peado Jeffrey Epstein, 62, to have sex with him when she was just 17. If the claims are found to be true then Prince Andrew could find himself at the centre of criminal legal action.


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