Prince Andrew can avoid being served with sex abuse lawsuit by staying at Balmoral

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PRINCE Andrew can avoid being served with a lawsuit on sex abuse claims — by staying in his Scottish hideaway.

The High Court in London has dominated it can serve papers on the Duke of York on behalf of American licensed professionals after earlier makes an attempt have been thwarted.

The Duke of York avoids a lawsuit on sex abuse claims by staying in Scotland, on account of the English courtroom wouldn’t have computerized jurisdiction north of the borderCredit: Getty
Prince Andrew, 61, is still in hiding on the Queen’s Balmoral estate as he faces a civil lawsuit accusing him of 'rape in the first degree' relating to Virginia Giuffre
Prince Andrew, 61, continues to be in hiding on the Queen’s Balmoral property as he faces a civil lawsuit accusing him of ‘rape inside the primary diploma’ referring to Virginia GiuffreCredit: Enterprise

But Andrew, 61, continues to be in hiding on the Queen’s Balmoral property and the English courtroom wouldn’t have computerized jurisdiction north of the border.

Insiders say the Duke might change his dwelling deal with to Balmoral to remain out of attain.

The courtroom ought to contact the Court of Session in Edinburgh to serve the papers.

A present talked about: “Andy and his legal team must have known Scotland would be out of reach when he scarpered up there.”

The Prince has not left the 50,000-acre property since arriving final Tuesday and has been seen consuming at lodges there.

Under UK and US legal guidelines, the papers may very properly be thought-about served if delivered to his Royal Lodge dwelling in Windsor.

A Royal Mail van was seen dropping off mail there yesterday.

Judge Lewis Kaplan urged a pre-trial listening to in New York on Monday that he’ll potential be served “sooner or later”.

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Andy and his permitted employees may wish to have acknowledged Scotland can be out of attain when he scarpered up there.

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The civil lawsuit accuses An­drew of “rape in the first degree” referring to Virginia Giuffre — allegations which he has at all events strenuously denied.

Once served, he has 21 days to reply.

Yesterday his spokesman didn’t should remark.

A Royal Mail van was seen dropping off mail at Andrew's Royal Lodge home in Windsor yesterday
A Royal Mail van was seen dropping off mail at Andrew’s Royal Lodge dwelling in Windsor yesterday

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