Prince Andrew's wife could be called to give evidence in sex assault lawsuit against the Duke of York

Prince Andrew's wife could be called to give evidence in sex assault lawsuit against the Duke of York



The Duchess of York could be called as a witness in the sex assault lawsuit against her husband, Prince Andrew.



Lawyer David Boies, who represents the Duke of York's accuser Virginia Roberts, spoke of his intentions to formally speak with two British witnesses to a New York judge.



The move, which comes after lawyers for Ms. Roberts said they would request for Prince Andrew to give testimony under oath, has sparked speculation that the royal's former wife Sarah, Duchess of York, could be subpoenaed, The Telegraph reports.







Sigrid McCawley, another lawyer for Ms. Roberts, suggested that one of the people who could be asked for a deposition was Andrew's ex-wife.



The Duke of York, 61, is facing a civil lawsuit in the US after Ms. Roberts filed the lawsuit in August alleging that she was forced to have sex with him three times under orders from the paedophile Jeffrey Epstein in 2001 when she was 17.Latest Post
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