Virginia Juffle’s legal team has released a photo of a document informing Prince Andrew of a civil sexual assault against him in the United States.
It is after the Duke of York (61) was accused by a judge who “actively avoided” efforts to formally bring the proceedings to him, Jufre’s team has blocked him from attempting it. Said.
One of the photos published by law firm Boies Schiller Flexner LLP shows an envelope addressed to Windsor’s Royal Lodge in a mailbox.
It was allegedly sent by an employee on September 9, and is one of five attempts by Giuffre, 38, to provide documents that Prince Andrew’s legal team must respond to within 21 days. It is one.
The British High Court said Thursday that he would arrange for documents to be provided if the parties did not implement their own arrangements.
However, the jurisdiction does not cover Scotland, prompting speculation that the prince may change his address to Balmoral.
“The service is not meant to be a game of hiding behind the walls of the palace,” Juffle’s lawyer said in a dispute over whether the paperwork was properly provided.
Ms. Jufre accused Prince Andrew of the battery and deliberate mental distress of the suspect’s case when he was 17, but he denies it violently.
She publicly talked about what she said happened when Jeffrey Epstein, a financial offender and convicted sex offender, was abusing her.
Judge Lewis Kaplan of the New York area said that plans to deliver documents to Andrew’s lawyer in Los Angeles “reasonably to get the defendant’s attention,” regardless of whether he “allowed” the lawyer to accept it. It was calculated. “
However, Ms. Juffle’s lawyer claims that they were well served in Britain when police officers left a copy of the proceeding outside Windsor’s home.
Civil lawsuits seek unspecified damages. The Duke’s lawyer, Andrew Brettler, said in a court hearing on Monday that the case was “unfounded, infeasible, and potentially illegal.”