Prince Andrew Trying to Avoid Sex Abuse Lawsuit, Hides in Mansion

According to reports, Prince Andrew has been accused of ‘hiding’ at his royal castle to avoid being served with a sexual abuse lawsuit.

According to the Sun, security guards repeatedly stopped officials from handing the documents to the Duke of York at the Royal Lodge last week.

Prince Andrew’s legal team has declined to comment, but the prince has previously stated categorically that the claims against him are false.

In 2001, when Virginia Guiffre was 17 years old, the 61-year-old allegedly sexually abused his buddy Jeffrey Epstein’s former sex slave Virginia Guiffre, according to the lawsuit.

Prince Andrew’s infamous paedophile pal and his mistress Ghislaine Maxwell, according to Ms Guiffre, ‘rent her out.’

The now 38-year-old mother is suing the king for damages.

The Sun writes that Prince Andrew has not been seen in public in 19 days and is reportedly reluctant to leave his house in Windsor Great Park, Berkshire.

“There’s no way he’ll risk popping his head outdoors right now,” the person stated. He’ll keep his distance.”

According to court filings, Ms Giuffre claims the royal molested her while she was under the age of 18 at Epstein’s Manhattan residence and another location.

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