Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Prince Andrew paid his alleged sex victim so little

The process is over, the amount of damage has not been officially reported. Prince Andrew is said to have paid three instead of 14 million francs to his alleged victim.

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in short needed

  • Prince Andrew has been ordered by a US court to pay damages.
  • It was probably a lot smaller than expected. The prince said that he needed the money.
  • Now Andrew bought a house in London with his ex.

All just show…

As the English “Sun” now writes, Prince Andrew (62) is said to have paid much less damages than anticipated to his alleged sexual victim.

So far, there has actually been talk of about 14 million francs that Prince Andrew paid (so Virginia Giuffre (38) was silent). In fact, the prince is said to have paid only a good three million francs.

Lack of money was the official reason in court.

“It has been assumed and reported that Virginia received a $14 million settlement from Andrew, but this is not true,” the newspaper quoted a source as saying. “It was too little.”

Incidentally, the fact that Virginia Giuffre was not “tired” also speaks to a small amount of damage.

It’s really up to her whether or not she wants to write another whole book about her time as a sex slave in the next few months.

Do you think Prince Andrew is really broke?

Spicy: It was recently revealed that Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson (62) bought a six million franc house in London’s chic Mayfair. However, both keep on lamenting about the fact that they are in a bad condition financially.

Prince Andrew is accompanied by Queen Elizabeth II at Prince Philip’s memorial service. – BBC

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