Meghan Markle might have ‘information’ for Prince Andrew rape lawsuit — Analysis

In the Prince Andrew case, where he is accused of sexually abusing a 17 year old girl, the Duchess and Duke of Sussex are on the list to be deposed. Meghan Markle “may very well have important knowledge,” an attorney believes.

Markle, wife of Britain’s Prince Harry, could be chosen by prosecutors to testify in the case against the Duke of York, attorney David Boies said on Wednesday. In Virginia Roberts Giuffre’s civil case against Prince Andrew she claims that the royal sexually abuses her as a child, Markle is his representative.

People are being accused by the accusing side “who knew Prince Andrew and were sort of members of his inner circle at various times,”Boies spoke of people with knowledge about this matter. 

“Meghan Markle, because of her position in the family, is one of those people,”Fox News Digital revealed the identity of Boies on Wednesday. 

The Duchess of Sussex, who now lives in the US with her royal husband, Prince Andrew’s nephew, “is a logical person to consider” to depose, the attorney explained. He explained that she is an American citizen, and therefore under the jurisdiction to depose her.

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Markle also available “somebody we can count on to tell the truth,”Boies said that he was still unsure if a decision will be made.

“I think because of her character and her interest in combating this kind of abusive behavior she would be a credible witness,”Fox News Digital was told by the lawyer that he thought she would be an attorney. “candid witness.”

Prince Andrew’s alleged victim claims she was forced to have sex with the royal at least three times between 1999 and 2002, including an occasion when she was 17 years old. Giuffre filed suit at Manhattan Federal Court alleging she was sexually assaulted under Jeffrey Epstein’s guidance. Ghislaine Maxill is currently facing a sex-trafficking trial.

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The British royal has filed a motion to dismiss Giuffre’s lawsuit, arguing it lacks definitive allegations.

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