Details continue to emerge about the legal battle Prince Andrew faces over the sexual abuse allegation. On Monday it was learned that the Queen’s son will speak, under oath, with the lawyers of Virginia Giuffre, the woman who accuses him of having relations with her when she was a minor.
The Duke of York has agreed to testify under oath on March 10 and will do so from the United Kingdom, the son of Queen Elizabeth has a deadline until July 14 for his statement and if an agreement is not reached, the case will be resolved in a trial that could begin between the months of September or December.
Sources close to the Duke of York have revealed to the Daily Telegraph that the interrogation will be carried out by David Boies, one of Virgina Giuffre’s lawyers and jurist Sigrid McCawley. The same lawyer who in a statement published weeks ago revealed that “the complainant’s legal team hoped to ‘be able to confront’ the defendant ‘for his denials and his attempts to blame’ the victim in an affidavit and at trial.