Supposed prince victim:"The rich are not above the law"

Virginia Giuffre, the supposed victim of sexual abuse by the prince andrew from England, He came out of his silence of recent months on his Twitter account in which he congratulates himself on the decision of the Judge Lewis Kaplan to continue with the case against Andrés.

From Australia, where he has lived for years, Giuffre said that he intends only “seek justice against those who they hurt me and so many others“.

“Me purpose has always been to show that the rich and powerful are not above law and must be held accountable (of his actions),” he says in a series of tweets.

In addition to showing her gratitude to her “extraordinary legal team” (headed by prestigious lawyer David Boies), she says she feels accompanied: “I am not walking this path alone, but alongside countless other survivors of abuse and sex trafficking.”

Giuffre introduces himself in his account as “founder” of an NGO call Soar (abbreviations in English for “raise your voice, act, claim”) that says “advocating for victims of (sex) trafficking.”

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Virginia Giuffre, 38 years old old, maintains that Andrew abused of her when I was 17 at least in three times, in different homes that the tycoon Jeffrey Epstein (who committed suicide before being tried for several crimes of sexual abuse) put at the disposal of his friend the prince.

Andrés has always denied these facts and has said he does not know Giuffre, despite the fact that the media have widely disseminated an old photograph in which he appears grabbing the young woman by the waist.

In a background of that Photography can be seen at Ghislaine Maxwell, recently found guilty by a jury of New York of being Epstein’s facilitator in four cases of sexual abuse against as many young women, and who awaits the judge’s sentence.

Precisely one of the youths who testified in trial against Maxwell quoted in numerous occasions to his then amiga Virginia Giuffre, who seemed to be a regular at the mansions Epstein owned and who introduced several female friends of his to Epstein at the latter’s request.

The trial against the prince andrew no date yet, while Rumors grow in the UK that the prince, that eThursday was stripped of all his military titles and is away from the British royal house, he could seek an out-of-court settlement that allows him to avoid the humiliation of a public trial.

However, Boies told the BBC in recent days that his client is not seeking financial compensation: “A simple financial settlement is not something that I think interests him. I think what is going to be important is that this resolution (judicial ) do him justice and do justice to his complaint”. EFE

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