Prince Andrew gets served legal papers in a suit for sexually enjoying 17-year-old girl in pedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein's mansion

Britain’s Prince Andrew has been served with legal documents in a lawsuit against him filed by one of late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s victims, who says the royalty enjoyed having sex with her in the disgusting financier’s mansion when she was 17 years old.

Prince Andrew is the Duke of York and the second son of Queen Elizabeth II, after Prince Charles.

He is ninth in line to succeed the British throne.

Royal fun with underage girl supplied by horrifying pedophile

Andrew was very good buddies with repugnant pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, the supplier of underage girls for sexual exploitation by the Western political elite, who was found dead in his jail cell two years ago, in August 2019.


Prince Andrew was served on August 27, The Daily Mail reported citing a court document filed on Friday.

The Duke of York was presented with the US affidavit of service in his home in Windsor, England, by an agent who works on behalf of the accuser, Virginia Roberts.

Roberts claims that she was forced to have sex with the UK royalty when she was 17 years old, which is below the age of consent in the US, in Epstein’s New York mansion.

The agent technically gave the US court papers to police officers at the gate of Andrew’s residence, the Royal Lodge, who at first refused to receive them the previous day.


The agent in question is Cesar Sepulveda, and he works for the British corporate intelligence company GCW Intelligence.

According to the US court papers, the agent said that Prince Andrew’s staff had been instructed not to take any documents.

The 9th in line heir to the British throne hasn’t been official charged with any crime yet and has been denying claims that he had sex with Roberts when she was 17, let alone against her will.

What is more, though, in an interview with the BBC back in 2019, he maintained he didn’t even recall ever meeting Roberts.


There is, however, a photo taken in the London townhouse of Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s alleged madam, who is currently in jail in the US, which shows Andrew with his arm around the young Virginia Roberts’ waist, with Maxwell in the background.

As Andrew has been serviced with the papers, he has 21 days to respond or face a default judgment; in his case, a judge may extend the deadline since he is not in the United States.

First and third-degree rape

The first hearing for the case is scheduled for next Monday, and it will be the first opportunity for Prince Andrew’s lawyers to identify themselves officially.


In August, in a US federal court in New York, Virginia Roberts accused the British prince of battery plus “intentional infliction of emotional distress.”

She filed a lawsuit under a New York law on child abuse since she was a minor at the time of the alleged crimes.

The defendant is mentioned as “Prince Andrew, Duke of York” also known as “Andrew Albert Christian Edward.”

According to the lawsuit, convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein forced her three times to have sex with Prince Andrew, who may face charges of first-degree rape, third-degree rape, and more.

It remains to be seen whether the British royalty and good friend of pedophile Epstein will be found guilty and will be served justice.

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