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Legal papers sent to Prince Andrew’s LA lawyer notifying him of civil sexual assault case

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Legal papers, notifying Prince Andrew of a civil sexual assault case, have been delivered to his LA lawyer.

The summons and complaint papers were sent by email and FedEx to the Duke of York’s new US lawyer.

A FedEx notification shows the documents were delivered to Andrew B Brettler, at Lavely & Singer, in Los Angeles on Monday.

T way picture of Virginia Roberts's lawyers release photo of sex abuse legal papers being posted to Prince Andrew
Image: Virginia Roberts’s lawyers released a photo of the civil case papers being posted to Prince Andrew

Papers also arrived on Monday at the Royal Courts of Justice in London, after being sent from a New York court on Friday afternoon.

A spokeswoman for the ninth-in-line to the throne said Prince Andrew will not be commenting on the update.

It comes days after lawyers for his accuser, Virginia Giuffre, released images of papers being posted to the duke’s home at Royal Lodge in Windsor.

The 61-year-old has been accused by a judge in America of “actively evading” formal efforts to serve him papers.

The High Court in London has said it would arrange for Andrew to be served if the parties failed to work out their own arrangement.

 Sky News

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Written by: Rother Radio News


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