A new review of the material available on the ‘Epstein case’ has been commissioned, which would be the third
The director of the London Metropolitan Police, Cressida Dick, has ruled out that Prince Andrew may have some kind of immunity from the accusations that link him to the alleged abuses of magnate Jeffrey Epstein. “No one is above the law,” he warned.
Virginia Giuffre, one of Epstein’s alleged victims, accused of child abuse and died in custody, has sued Elizabeth II’s son in court in New York alleging that he had sexually abused her. Prince Andrew has always denied any connection to the scandal surrounding his late friend.
Dick has confirmed in statements to LBC Radio that he has commissioned a new review of the material available on the Epstein case, which would be the third. In this sense, it has confirmed collaboration with both the British Prosecutor’s Office and the American authorities.
The complainant assures that Epstein used her when he was 17 years old to have sexual relations with Prince Andrew, who is silent during these days. The son of the British monarch left his public activity in 2019 after jumping the scandal.