Virginia Roberts releases photos that PROVE sex assault papers were sent to Prince Andrew at his home address

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VIRGINIA Roberts has launched photos that PROVE the sex abuse lawsuit papers were sent to Prince Andrew’s home address.

Prince Andrew’s attorneys are persevering with to thwart efforts to serve the lawsuit and spark a 21-day interval for the duke to reply – nonetheless footage present the papers were sent to the Duke at his home.

Pictures present the papers being sent to Prince Andrew’s home address

Sent by a Royal Mail put up topic, the envelope which contained the papers was sent off to the duke, with the stamp of the Queen’s head on the perfect.

These photos launched as proof in US courtroom docket filings present the lawsuit was posted to Andrew on September 9 – thought-about thought of considered one of 5 makes an strive to attain the accused royal.

They present a employee from the London workplace of legal guidelines firm Boies Schiller Flexner LLP posting the envelope containing the lawsuit into a regular purple Royal Mail put up topic.

It was addressed to ‘Prince Andrew’ at his 100-acre 30-room mansion at Royal Lodge on the private Windsor Great Park, merely three miles from Windsor Castle, on September 9.

And even purchased proper right here with a first-class stamp bearing the Queen’s profile.

It was thought-about thought of considered one of 5 makes an strive made by US attorneys to serve the papers.

The photos were launched in Manhattan whereas Andrew’s £1,000-a-day licensed group proceed to delay the case.

They have challenged the High Court’s ruling that it has jurisdiction to serve the lawsuit on behalf of the US attorneys.

A ruling final night time now says the doc can in its place be given to the duke’s Hollywood lawyer Andrew Brettler.

The prince is hiding at Balmoral with the Queen and Fergie which is out of attain of the English courtroom docket.

Roberts Giuffrre’s attorneys acknowledged: “Service is not intended to be a game of hide and seek behind palace walls.”

Ms Giuffre is suing the Queen’s son for allegedly sexually assaulting her when she was a teen.

She is in search of unspecified damages – nonetheless there’s hypothesis the sum may very successfully be all through the 1000’s and 1000’s of {{{dollars}}}.

She claims she was trafficked by Andrew’s former pal and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein to have sex with the duke when she was aged 17 and a minor beneath US legal guidelines.

Andrew has vehemently denied the complete allegations.

The High Court acknowledged in a press launch: “Lawyers for Prince Andrew have indicated that they may seek to challenge the decision of the High Court to recognise the validity of the Hague Convention request for service made by Ms Giuffre’s lawyers.

“The High Court has directed that any challenge must be made by close of business on September 24.”

The matter of whether or not or not or not or not Andrew has been notified with regard to the case – often usually referred to as service of proceedings – was contested all by means of the first pre-trial listening to of the civil case on Monday in New York.

David Boies, representing Ms Giuffre, acknowledged papers had been “delivered to the last known address of the defendant” and paperwork had furthermore been sent “by Royal Mail”.

Ms Giuffre is suing the Queen's son for allegedly sexually assaulting her when she was a teenager
Ms Giuffre is suing the Queen’s son for allegedly sexually assaulting her when she was a teenCredit: Nicholas Razzell

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