Prince Andrew sexual assault and battery lawsuit "is not going away" and will be heard before a jury, Virginia Giuffre's lawyer says.
Prince Andrew joined the Queen at Balmoral as sexual assault allegations hang over her first visit to the estate since Prince Philip's death.
Epstein died in his jail cell on August 10, 2019, (two years ago today) and, according to his accusers, took to his grave the secrets of rich and powerful friends.
Prince Andrew could lose his coveted status as "His Royal Highness" over a lawsuit brought by Jeffrey Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre, his biographer says.
Prince Andrew could "lose his reputation utterly" if he does not engage with a lawsuit accusing him of sexual abusing a Jeffrey Epstein victim, a leading privacy and reputation lawyer tells Newsweek.
Virginia Giuffre has filed a civil lawsuit in New York against Prince Andrew for alleged sexual abuse.
"I know that this action will subject me to further attacks by Prince Andrew and his surrogates," the accuser said in a statement.
"It was for many of the victims the first time they told their stories from the beginning," said Epstein Victims Compensation Program admin Jordana Feldman.
The Duke of York will not be given a controversial birthday tribute—sparing Britain's most famous royal church a backlash over Epstein, Newsweek can reveal.
Prince Andrew faces legal action from the woman who says Jeffrey Epstein made her have sex with the Duke of York—who has until Saturday to avoid a lawsuit.
Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates said he shared "several dinners" with Jeffrey Epstein in an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper.
On Thursday, 52 court documents were unsealed pertaining to the bsex trafficking case involving Ghislaine Maxwell.
A new podcast "Chasing Ghislaine" claims the socialite wanted to distance herself from Jeffrey Epstein and was trying to become part of "Clinton World."
The Whitewater attorney was involved in negotiating a 2008 deal that allowed Epstein to avoid prosecution.
"Has she said anything about me?" said Donald Trump according to Michael Wolff's latest book "Landslide: The Final Days of the Trump Presidency."
Raniere has been sentenced to 120 years in prison for sex trafficking, racketeering and more for his role in leading the sex cult NXIVM.
Bill Cosby's conviction was overturned because of a non-prosecution deal, which Maxwell also received.
Ghislaine Maxwell should be investigated by U.K. police on Jeffrey Epstein's related grooming allegations, according to a former British prosecutor.
Outspoken royal author Lady Colin Campbell said she wanted to put the scandal surrounding Prince Andrew's relationship with Jeffrey Epstein "in proportion."
Andy Bracco documented his visit to Jeffrey Epstein's Little St. James in August 2020, and has discussed with Newsweek what he saw.
An "urban explorer" has shared footage online after sneaking onto Jeffrey Epstein's private island in the Virgin Islands.
Both guards admitted to falsifying records about their work the night that Epstein died. However, they'll avoid jail time due to their cooperation with a Justice Department investigation.
Other action figures that are being sold on Etsy include serial killers Ted Bundy and Jeffrey Dahmer, and cult leader David Koresh.
Bill and Melinda Gates announced their divorce last week and The Wall Street Journal reports that the separation of the 25-year marriage has been in the works since at least 2019.
Jeffrey Epstein's former lover told an appeals court she needed bail due to sleeping with a sock over her eyes because prison guards shine a torch into her room every 15 minutes.
Prince Andrew has set up a business with a friend who left Queen Elizabeth II's bank in disgrace following sexual harassment allegations by a junior colleague.
The former girlfriend of Jeffrey Epstein appeared in court for the first time in person since she was arrested last July.
The British socialite is due in court on trafficking charges related to Jeffrey Epstein, including claims she undressed in front of a minor.
Ghislaine Maxwell's lawyers complained prosecutors in her Jeffrey Epstein trafficking case "persist in using pseudonyms" for an alleged victim who "told her story" to Netflix.