Update: Prince Andrew holds 'crisis talks' with family and advisers over Virginia Roberts's sex abuse lawsuit

Update: Prince Andrew holds 'crisis talks' with family and advisers over Virginia Roberts's sex abuse lawsuit



Prince Andrew is reportedly holding crisis talks with his family and advisers over Virginia Roberts's sex abuse lawsuit.



According to Daily Mail, royal insiders have claimed there may have been a 'lack of communication and cohesion' between Andrew's UK legal team and newly appointed US lawyer about how to move forwards.



And there is apparently deep concern at the way the duke's well-paid advisers on both sides of the Atlantic have been 'outwitted and out-played' at every turn in recent days by David Boies, the attorney employed by his accuser Virginia Roberts, now Giuffre.



Their attempts to avoid even having papers officially served have been both a legal and a public relations disaster, with Andrew appearing to play a game of 'cat and mouse' with Ms Giuffre's legal team as he moves between Windsor and Balmoral to keep out of their way.



Lawyers for Ms Guiffre, a sex trafficking victim of paedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein, a former friend of the senior royal, said they had delivered papers notifying him about the civil court sex case to his 30-room mansion at Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park.


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