Scotland Yard stated they are going to be dropping their investigation after conducting two evaluations and reviewing latest materials into a number of claims that younger girls had been groomed or abused on UK soil by Prince Andrew and identified paedophile Jeffrey Epstein
The Metropolitan Police will probably be taking ‘no additional motion’ into the alleged intercourse crimes of Prince Andrew and Jeffrey Epstein.
Scotland Yard stated after conducting two evaluations and reviewing latest materials into a number of claims that younger girls had been groomed or abused on UK soil by billionaire Epstein, in addition to a separate allegation towards the Queen’s son, they might be dropping their investigation.
Virginia Giuffre is suing the prince for allegedly sexually assaulting her when she was a youngster.
She claims she was trafficked by Epstein, the duke’s former pal, to have intercourse with Andrew in London when she was aged 17 and a minor below US regulation.
The duke has strenuously denied all of the allegations.
The police have stated that they may proceed to liaise with different regulation enforcement companies who’re main the investigation into Epstein.
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Buckingham Palace has known as the claims “false and with out basis”.
In a press release, Scotland Yard stated:
‘The Metropolitan Police Service continues to liaise with different regulation enforcement companies who lead the investigation into issues associated to Jeffrey Epstein.
“As a matter of process MPS officers reviewed a doc launched in August 2021 as a part of a US civil motion.
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“This evaluation has concluded and we’re taking no additional motion.
“We additionally reviewed info handed to us by a media organisation in June 2021. This evaluation is full and no additional motion will probably be taken.’