Prince Andrew will lock himself away at Balmoral as lawyers work on sex abuse case tactics

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PRINCE Andrew will lock himself away at Balmoral for the following two weeks as his lawyers work on tactics to sink his sex abuse case.

A New York courtroom was instructed his licensed crew needs to unseal a courtroom settlement from 12 years beforehand which can forestall alleged sufferer Virginia Roberts from taking further motion.

Prince Andrew will lock himself away at Balmoral for the following two weeks as his lawyers work on tactics to sink his sex abuse caseCredit: Getty
An insider said: 'He seems to be determined to stay out of sight and makes it impossible for anyone to serve papers'
An insider talked about: ‘He appears to be decided to remain out of sight and makes it not doable for anybody to serve papers’Credit: Getty – Contributor

They furthermore talked about courtroom papers within the course of the Prince had been incorrectly served.

Royal knowledgeable Nigel Cawthorne, talked about: “It’s a weasel way of getting out of the case.”

A Balmoral insider talked about of Andrew’s keep: “He seems to be determined to stay out of sight and makes it impossible for anyone to serve papers.”

Prince Andrew, pictured with Virginia Roberts, 17, at Ghislaine Maxwell's townhouse in London in 2001
Prince Andrew, pictured with Virginia Roberts, 17, at Ghislaine Maxwell’s townhouse in London in 2001Credit: Rex Features

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