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Disgraced Prince Andrew has conceded that he has been served, will seek extension for response to 29 October

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With Prince Andrew, there is no sense of accountability at least not until this present moment. According to reports, Andy has finally conceded that he has been served by Virginia in the sex assault case and Epstein association saga against him. It is a major breakthrough in the case of a man who has hidden behind the walls of Buckingham Palace and his mother Queen Elizabeth II for quite some time. The acknowledgment reportedly came out of Manhattan where his attorneys conceded they had received the documents they had long avoided.

It opens a new chapter for one Virginia Giuffre who has long sought to hold the troubled Prince responsible for his alleged crimes against women along with his association to none other than Jeffrey Epstein.

The same acknowledgment revealed that Andrew’s team is seeking to extend his deadline for response to at least almost November. It is unclear exactly why that is as Andrew remains in London while the case appears to be coming out of America.


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By SHK

Sultan H. Khane II is the Editor-in-Chief of Bazaar Daily News and its 5 sister properties.

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