Pedo Prince gets served 🏰

Prince Andrew served court papers in sex-assault lawsuit after attempts to avoid them

Prince Andrew has finally been served court papers over his sex accuser’s lawsuit — after his police guards and security were initially ordered not to accept them, according to court papers filed Friday.

Cesar Sepulveda filed an affidavit in the Manhattan federal lawsuit brought by Virginia Roberts Giuffre confirming that he had served the papers to Andrew at his Royal Lodge home at 9:30 a.m. Aug. 27.”

“…He also left documents alerting him that the first hearing, a telephone conference from New York, is scheduled for Monday, the papers stated.” – [we will do a post on Monday on how that turns out … FC]

Daily Mail [UK] –
Prince Andrew’s lawyers ‘claim court papers in Virginia Roberts rape case were NOT properly served as they plan to boycott court hearing and hope to get case thrown out on a technicality’






21 thoughts on “Pedo Prince gets served 🏰

    • flyingcuttlefish September 15, 2021 / 12:23 am

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    • flyingcuttlefish September 15, 2021 / 12:23 am

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  1. flyingcuttlefish September 18, 2021 / 9:52 pm


  2. flyingcuttlefish September 19, 2021 / 11:32 am


  3. flyingcuttlefish September 21, 2021 / 8:30 pm

    Prince Andrew served sex assault lawsuit papers again

    ” . . . In her affidavit, attorney Sigrid McCawley showed receipts proving that the documents were received by the UK High Court at 8:27 a.m. Monday, a process approved by New York District Judge Lewis Kaplan.

    The documents were also received by Fed Ex by the Duke of York’s US lawyer, Andrew Brettler, at 9:22 a.m., after emails had already been sent to him Friday, the filing showed.”


    • flyingcuttlefish September 26, 2021 / 5:25 pm

      PRINCE Andrew’s sex assault accuser has agreed to hand over a secret document which his legal team believes may defeat her bombshell lawsuit.

      “Virginia’s lead lawyer, David Boies, revealed in a new legal document, filed in New York this week, that he was happy to hand the document over to Andrew’s team.

      He said: “Although we believe that the release is irrelevant to the case against Prince Andrew, now that service has been accepted and the case is proceeding to a determination on the merits, we believe that counsel for Prince Andrew have a right to review the release and to make whatever arguments they believe appropriate based on it.

      “Accordingly, we have given Mr Epstein’s Estate notice of Prince Andrew’s request and have asked the Estate to consent to our providing a copy of the release to Prince Andrew’s counsel.””


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