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It looks like Prince Andrew could face more legal woes.

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The scandal-plagued royal could be dragged into a lawsuit from a woman who claims Andrew was staying at Jeffrey Epstein’s home at the time she was allegedly raped by the late pedophile.

The civil suit from Caroline Kaufman, who claimed she was raped by Epstein in December 2010 at the age of 17, does not accuse the Duke of York of any wrongdoing or allege that he was aware of any attack.

Kaufman, now 28, and her lawyers have requested that Andrew provide a statement as a potential witness to about his visit to Epstein’s Upper East Side townhouse.

“We are looking into serving Prince Andrew,” attorney Spencer Kuvin told the Sunday Mirror.

“We’d get a subpoena issued here in the States which is brought over to England and localized, then we would have to locate him and have him served,” he added. “He should be a fairly easy target to locate.”

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In the court documents, filed at the Manhattan Federal Court against Epstein’s $820-million estate, Kaufman claims she was invited to his house for a “modelling interview,” but was taken to a massage room where the billionaire allegedly raped her.

Prince Andrew has maintained that he was unaware of any unsavoury wrongdoing by his late friend and “never saw” any young girls at Epstein’s home.

The Royal was accused of sexually abusing Virginia Guiffre when she was 17.

He denied the claims, settling a civil case with her for a reported $19 million. During that legal battle, Andrew was stripped of his official duties.

In a statement issued as that case was settled, he promised to support the “fight against the evils of sex-trafficking, and by supporting its victims.”

Kuvin told the Mirror, “If Prince Andrew wants to stay true to his word, I urge him to provide a statement about what happened the night Caroline was attacked. Caroline wants to know what he has to say. She wants all witnesses to come forward.”


Article content

It looks like Prince Andrew could face more legal woes.

Article content

The scandal-plagued royal could be dragged into a lawsuit from a woman who claims Andrew was staying at Jeffrey Epstein’s home at the time she was allegedly raped by the late pedophile.

The civil suit from Caroline Kaufman, who claimed she was raped by Epstein in December 2010 at the age of 17, does not accuse the Duke of York of any wrongdoing or allege that he was aware of any attack.

Kaufman, now 28, and her lawyers have requested that Andrew provide a statement as a potential witness to about his visit to Epstein’s Upper East Side townhouse.

“We are looking into serving Prince Andrew,” attorney Spencer Kuvin told the Sunday Mirror.

“We’d get a subpoena issued here in the States which is brought over to England and localized, then we would have to locate him and have him served,” he added. “He should be a fairly easy target to locate.”

Article content

We apologize, but this video has failed to load.

In the court documents, filed at the Manhattan Federal Court against Epstein’s $820-million estate, Kaufman claims she was invited to his house for a “modelling interview,” but was taken to a massage room where the billionaire allegedly raped her.

Prince Andrew has maintained that he was unaware of any unsavoury wrongdoing by his late friend and “never saw” any young girls at Epstein’s home.

The Royal was accused of sexually abusing Virginia Guiffre when she was 17.

He denied the claims, settling a civil case with her for a reported $19 million. During that legal battle, Andrew was stripped of his official duties.

In a statement issued as that case was settled, he promised to support the “fight against the evils of sex-trafficking, and by supporting its victims.”

Kuvin told the Mirror, “If Prince Andrew wants to stay true to his word, I urge him to provide a statement about what happened the night Caroline was attacked. Caroline wants to know what he has to say. She wants all witnesses to come forward.”

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