The woman who sued Prince Andrew, representing Virginia Giuffre, who claimed he sexually abused her when she was trafficked by Jeffrey Epstein, helped the prince’s former assistant and a woman take testimony from court on Friday Mangi, who says she saw Andrew at a nightclub. A young girl in 2001.
Giuffre’s legal team filed one speed On Friday, US District Judge Louise Kaplan requested help from Venus Walker to obtain foreign testimony, a woman who says she saw Prince Andrew dancing with a young girl At the Tramp nightclub in London in 2001.
Walker’s story appears to confirm Giuffre’s account of that night, when she says that Andrew sexually abused her at the home of Ghislaine Maxwell, who was convicted of sex trafficking the previous month (Andrew claims that He has no recollection of ever meeting Giuffre).
Walker previously told Mirror he is ready to testify And says she has already given a written statement to the FBI, which launched the Epstein investigation.
Giuffre’s lawyer is also seeking testimony from Robert Olney, Prince Andrew’s former equestrian, a high-ranking member of the royal family who assists members of the royal family.
According to the filing, Olney is likely to have pertinent information about Andrew’s relationship with Epstein, and notes that Olney’s name appears in Epstein’s infamous black book.