Virginia Roberts’s lawyers release photo of s.e.x abuse legal papers being posted to Prince Andrew


Lawyers for Prince Andrew’s accuser Virginia Roberts have released a photograph showing that papers notifying him about the civil s.e.x case were posted to his home.

The picture shows a large white envelope with the head of his mother the Queen on a first class stamp being put into a Royal Mail postbox last week on September 9.

It was posted by an employee from the London office of Boies Schiller Flexner in what is said to have been one of five attempts to reach Andrew, reported The Sun.

The letter was addressed to ‘Prince Andrew’ at his 30-room mansion at Royal Lodge on the private Windsor Great Park, which is three miles from Windsor Castle.

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It comes as the High Court gave Andrew’s legal team seven days to challenge its decision to begin notifying him about the civil s.e.x case in New York against him.

The court in London accepted on Wednesday a request by Virginia Giuffre’s lawyers to formally contact the Duke of York about the legal proceedings launched in the US.

Andrew’s team are said to be contesting the court’s decision, over the lawsuit by Ms Giuffre who alleges the Queen’s son sexually assaulted her when she was a teenager.

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Ms Giuffre, who was previously known as Virginia Roberts, is seeking unspecified damages but there is speculation the sum could be in the millions of dollars.

She claims she was trafficked by Andrew’s former friend and sex offender Jeffrey Epstein to have s.e.x with the duke when she was aged 17 and a minor under US law.

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