A sexual assault lawsuit between Prince Andrew (62) and Virginia Joffrey (38) was recently settled. A US judge has dismissed the abuse case against Prince Andrew after paying a settlement. Now the king is embroiled in the next scandal – even if Queen Elizabeth’s favorite son (95) has not been charged.
The case is as follows: A Turkish millionaire named Nebahat Esplin has hired London-based businessman Salman Turk to take her fortune abroad. The reason: her husband was in prison for political reasons, she herself fled her homeland for the same reasons. So she must leave to keep her money safe. There is now a large amount of money missing (it is said to be between £40m and £66m). That’s why the case is now ending up in court, because Isbilen wants to get its assets back through a lawsuit. The businessman denies these allegations.
Prince Andrew got money from scammers
This is where Prince Andrew comes in. According to The Telegraph, more than a million of the amount was said to have flowed into Royal’s account. The wealthy Turkish woman allegedly hoped that his influence would make it easier for her to obtain an English passport.
When the transfer was used, the amount was reserved as a “wedding gift” for Prince Andrew’s daughter, Princess Beatrice (33). Another part of the money went to the account of Sarah “Fergie” Ferguson, 62, the ex-wife of Prince Andrew. Her topic was “Brand Ambassador” for a Turk company. Others poured into the accounts of Princess Beatrice and her sister, Princess Eugenie (32).
The money has already been repaid by Prince Andrew. The family asserts that they were not aware of the scam. A Fergie representative told The Sun that the Duchess was unaware of the allegations against Turk. Princess Eugenie confirmed in a public statement that she had not been in contact with Turkish businessman Salman Turk or millionaire Esplin. (Buff)
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