The date of Prince Andrew’s trial in the United States for alleged sexual abuse against Virginia Giuffre has been revealed.
The judge of the United States District Court, Lewis Kaplan, has determined all the deadlines in the case of the son of Queen Elizabeth II, who was sued last August for an alleged crime of sexual abuse of Virginia Giuffre when she was a minor.
The brother of Prince Charles has flatly denied on numerous occasions that he never had physical contact with Giuffre.
When is the date of Prince Andrew’s trial in the United States?
According to the deadlines set by Judge Kaplan, the trial will take place between the months of September and December 2022.
According to several tabloids, a dozen witnesses could testify in the Duke of York’s case, this list could include both his ex-wife, Sara Ferguson, and his two daughters, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie of York. However, no other member of the British royal household is expected to take sides during this whole process that has already caused major problems for Buckingham Palace and has even splashed Elizabeth II herself.
According to the newspaper ‘Daily Telegraph’, Queen Elizabeth II decided to pay for the Duke of York’s legal defense privately last year, after his disastrous interview at the BBC. A move that “is damaging his image”.
Everything seems to indicate that between September and December 2022, Prince Andrew will be forced to testify before oath.