Prince Andrew’s prosecutor, Virginia Giuffre, asks for witness statements from two people in the UK

Prince Andrew’s prosecutor, Virginia Giuffre, asks for testimony from two people in UK: Civil sex lawyers want testimony from ex Royal Family assistant and wife who claims to have seen him at Tramp nightclub

  • Virginia Giuffre asks UK courts to help obtain testimony
  • Mrs. Giuffre asks for testimony from Andrew’s former equerry Robert Olney
  • Wants to speak to a woman named Shukri Walker about visiting Tramp . nightclub










The Duke of York’s prosecutor in his civil sex suit is asking for testimonies from his former assistant and a woman who claims to have seen the royal family at the Tramp nightclub.

Virginia Giuffre is asking British courts to help get testimony after her trial against Andrew took a big step forward this week when a judge rejected a motion by the Duke’s lawyers to dismiss the case, ruling that it was the judge can come.

Mrs. Giuffre asks for a testimony from Andrew’s former equerry Robert Olney and a woman named Shukri Walker.

Documents filed by Ms. Giuffre’s legal team say Mr. Olney’s name appears in Jeffrey Epstein’s phone book under “Duke of York.”

They say this means it is likely that Mr Olney has relevant information about Andrew’s travels to and from Epstein’s properties during the relevant time period.

Virginia Giuffre (pictured) asks British courts to help obtain testimony after her trial against Andrew took a big step forward this week when a judge rejected a motion by the Duke’s lawyers to dismiss and ruled that it can go to court

According to the documents, Ms Walker has publicly stated in the press that she witnessed Andrew’s presence at Tramp during the relevant period with a young woman who may have been Ms Giuffre.

The documents state: ‘Mrs Walker has therefore stated herself that she is a potential witness, and would therefore be relevant to this dispute, because the claimant alleges that the defendant abused her in London after she visited Tramp together, while the defendant denies in the night in Tramp. ask whether Plaintiff ever met.’

The fallout from Andrew’s civil sex suit continued Friday as he faced calls to pay for his own safety and lose his dukedom.

Criticism of Andrew is mounting after the Queen stripped him of his remaining patronages and honorary military roles when the monarchy distanced himself from the Duke pending potentially damaging developments in his lawsuit.

The Prince of Wales did not respond when asked about the sex scandal that engulfed his brother, while visiting north-east Scotland to meet people helping with the storm Arwen cleanup operation.

Criticism of Andrew (pictured) is mounting after the Queen stripped him of his remaining patronages and honorary military roles as the monarchy distanced himself from the Duke pending potentially damaging developments in his lawsuit

Criticism of Andrew (pictured) is mounting after the Queen stripped him of his remaining patronages and honorary military roles as the monarchy distanced himself from the Duke pending potentially damaging developments in his lawsuit

According to the documents, Ms Walker has publicly stated in the press that she witnessed Andrew's presence at Tramp during the relevant period with a young woman who may have been Ms Giuffre.  Pictured, Mrs Giuffre with Prince Andrew

According to the documents, Ms Walker has publicly stated in the press that she witnessed Andrew’s presence at Tramp during the relevant period with a young woman who may have been Ms Giuffre. Pictured, Mrs Giuffre with Prince Andrew

The fallout from Andrew's civil sex suit continued Friday as he faced calls to pay for his own safety and lose his dukedom.  Pictured, with his daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie in 2016

The fallout from Andrew’s civil sex suit continued Friday as he faced calls to pay for his own safety and lose his dukedom. Pictured, with his daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie in 2016

Charles was involved in the royal family’s discussions with the Queen and the Duke of Cambridge, which led to Andrew losing his military functions and patronages and dropping his HRH style.

But when he arrived at Haddo House and Country Park, the heir apparent made no comment when a Sky broadcaster said: ‘Your Royal Highness, may I ask what you think of the position of your brother, Prince Andrew? How do you see it?’

Ms Virginia, who publicly responded to this week’s court ruling allowing her civil sex case against Andrew to go to trial, tweeted that she has the opportunity to “uncover the truth,” adding: “My goal has always been to show that the rich & powerful are not above the law & should be held accountable.’

She is suing the Duke in the US for allegedly sexually assaulting her when she was a teenager, alleging she was trafficked by Andrew’s boyfriend, convicted sex offender Epstein, to have sex with the Duke when she was 17 and underage under US law. used to be.

The Duke has vehemently denied the allegations.

Mrs. Giuffre alleges that Andrew had sex with her against her will at Maxwell’s London home and Epstein’s mansion on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.

The Duke is also alleged to have abused Mrs. Giuffre on another occasion while visiting Epstein’s private island, Little St James, and on another occasion at Epstein’s Manhattan mansion.

A spokesman for Andrew declined to comment on the recently released legal documents.

A source close to the Duke has said: “This is a marathon, not a sprint, and the Duke will continue to defend himself against these claims.”

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