Prince Charles thinks Prince Andrew Won’t Return To Royal Life As Scotland Yard Reviews Sexual Abuse Claims  

 

Recently Virginia Roberts Giuffre filed a civil suit in New York against Prince Andrew for forcing her to have sex with him, when she was an underage teen. This latest suit has made Prince Charles believe that the allegations against his brother Prince Andrew are “unsolvable.” According to a source close to Charles who spoke to the Times of London on Thursday the Duke of York’s position as a working royal may not be recoverable.

 

Prince Charles reportedly believes that the third scrutiny by Cressida Dick of the Scotland Yard proves that the allegations are not going to go away. The source told the Times that there will be “unwelcome reputational damage to the institution” as Prince Andre’s reported behavior comes under scrutiny, once again.

 

The source also mentioned that although Charles loved his brother and had sympathy for the “slings and arrows” that Andrew has had to face, Charles also realized that it was probably an “unsolvable problem.”

 

In 2019, after a disastrous interview on BBC, when Prince Andrew unsuccessfully tried to defend himself and his relationship with the disgraced Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell as well as accusations by Guiffre, the 61-year-old younger son of Queen Elizabeth II had announced that he was “stepping back” from public duties of the monarchy.

 

The source also said that the new developments of the civil case against Andrew and the reopening of investigations against him would possibly further strengthen the prince’s mind that there was no way back for the Duke to resume his erstwhile royal duties. The sexual abuse allegations against Prince Andrew have been raised regularly and refuse to fade into the sunset.

 

Virginia Roberts Guiffre has alleged that she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew. These incidents took place three times between the time periods 1999 to 2002, when she was under eighteen. They took place in London, in New York and in a private island in the Caribbean that was owned by disgraced sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein, who reportedly committed suicide in prison in August 2019.

 

Guiffre has renewed her accusations against Prince Andrew in a lawsuit filed on Monday in New York, under the Child Victims Act. PEOPLE contacted spokespersons for Prince Andrew who said that they had no comment.

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