Law and Crime reported that Virginia Giuffre and Epstein signed a secret agreement. It’s been protected by a court order since 2009.
Federal judges ordered the settlement agreement involving Epstein to be made public.
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Prince Andrew said that the agreement bars civil lawsuits, and Alan Dershowitz shared his opinion.
Andrew is accused of sexually assaulting Guiffre three times. Andrew says he doesn’t have anything with the allegations. This matter will be heard in federal court on January 4, the day after the public revelation of the settlement.
Law and Crime reported that judges presiding over Dershowitz’s and Andrew’s case lawsuit with Giuffre ordered the agreement to be shared on January 3, 2022.
Prince Andrew’s lawyer shared his opinion on the subject.
Adam Klasfeld posted: “Blink, and you may have missed the big news that came down shortly before the Ghislaine Maxwell verdict—in the same courthouse. “Federal Judges Order Release of Jeffrey Epstein Civil Settlement at Issue in Lawsuit Against Prince Andrew.”
Blink, and you may have missed the big news that came down shortly before the Ghislaine Maxwell verdict—in the same courthouse.
— Adam Klasfeld (@KlasfeldReports) December 30, 2021
Ghislaine Maxwell was sentenced to 20 years in jail, but everyone is still asking about the ‘’client list’’ that was never fully revealed.
Maxwell, at the age of 60, was sentenced to 20 years prison time for helping Epstein, a sex offender financier, sexually abuse teenage girls.
Reuters reported, “the monthlong trial was widely seen as the reckoning that Epstein – who killed himself in a Manhattan jail cell in 2019 at age 66 while awaiting his own sex trafficking trial – never had. It was one of the highest-profile cases in the wake of the #MeToo movement, which encouraged women to speak out about sexual abuse, often at the hands of wealthy and powerful people.”
Maxwell’s lawyers stated she had been placed on suicide watch at the MDC and asked her sentence to be delayed.
On June 26, the judges decided not to delay.
According to them, Maxwell was transferred after she reported threats to her safety by MDC staff to the inspector general of the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
“Given the defendant’s inconsistent accounts to the (inspector general) and to psychology staff, the Chief Psychologist assesses the defendant to be at additional risk of self-harm, as it appears she may be attempting to be transferred to a single cell where she can engage in self-harm,” prosecutors stated in a court filing.
In 2019 Epstein committed suicide in a Manhattan Jail cell while he was waiting for his trial.