Prince Andrew’s Lawyers seeks depositions from Virginia Giuffre’s husband as well as her psychologist, according to a letter [see below], send to Judge Lewis Kaplan dated January 14.
The letters, just like the ones sent by Virginia Giuffre’s lawyer, mentions Hague Convention Letters of Request for International Judicial Assistance to the Central Authority of Australia
Prince Andrew’s lawyers are basically requesting to be granted the permission to acquire the «testimony of a non-party witness located overseas». In this case, they wish to depose Mr Giuffre, Virginia Giuffre’s husband.
According to the letters, Virginia Giuffre and now husband Robert Giuffre, met in Thailand while she was on trip funded by Jeffrey Epstein. The purpose of the trip was for Mrs Giuffre to « attend a massage training course» while «recruiting one or more women to perform sexual acts for Jeffrey Epstein». Virginia Giuffre alledgly met Robert Giuffre during that trip, in or about 2002.
As such, Mr Giuffre is an important piece of the puzzle for Andrew’s lawyers who are seeking information that could benefit their arguments.
Mr. Giuffre has relevant information regarding Plaintiff’s domicile since 2002, her relationship with Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell (“Maxwell”), Plaintiff’s role in recruiting underage girls for Epstein’s alleged sex-trafficking scheme, and Plaintiff’s allegations against Defendant.
Aside from Mr Giuffre, a second request has been filed, this time in regards to Dr Lightfoot, Virginia Giuffre’s psychologist from whom she sought counseling, indicates the letters.
Dr. Lightfoot has relevant information regarding Plaintiff’s alleged abuse by Epstein and Maxwell, childhood abuse and trauma, and claimed emotional and psychological harm and damages.
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