Prince Andrew was officially served with legal documents in a civil assassination case against him launched in New York by prosecutor Virginia Roberts Giuffre, Fox News can confirm.
Giuffre’s lawyer provided photos of Fed Ex recommendations, confirming the delivery of the lawsuit to the Duke of York’s lawyer, Andrew B. Brettler, of the law firm Lavely and Singer.
“In accordance with the Court’s order, on 17 September 2021, the lawyer’s lawyer withdrew two executed requests for service Abroad from court documents of the court. delivered on behalf of FedEx, along with two requests from the plaintiff, Summons, and a Civil Cover Sheet in this matter, “a court document said Monday in a statement by Virginia Giuffre’s attorney.
The court documents tell Giuffre the legal team sent the call and complaints to Brettler at his Los Angeles office and also sent the documents “by e-mail”, according to the court’s order, which provided the alternative service approved.
Virginia Giuffre has long claimed that she was abused by the Duke of York when she was a minor (Getty Biller)
The question of whether papers were initially legitimately served on the Duke of York has been a point of contention in recent weeks. U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan finally approved a request by Giuffre’s lawyers Friday to seek “alternative” methods of filing the papers. Queen Elizabeth’s son.