Prince Andrew accuser demands he provide evidence that he can't sweat

排他的: ‘Prove you can’t sweat!’ Prince Andrew accuser Virginia Giuffre demands he produce medical records after infamous claim he couldn’t sweat after she said he was perspiring on the dancefloor with her before having sex

  • Attorneys for Virginia Giuffre want Andrew to give them information about ‘your alleged medical condition of anhidrosis, hyperhidrosis’, 裁判所の文書は明らかに
  • Prince claimed in 2019 that he never got sweaty on the dancefloor with Giuffre in 2001 at a club in London before they had sex, as she had claimed
  • He said he has a condition which makes it impossible for him to perspire
  • The claim was ridiculed and the next day newspapers published photographs of the Duke drenched in sweat at various times
  • Giuffre’s lawyers are also asking for deeply personal information from the British royal including ‘any documents concerning any allegations of sexual abuse or extramarital sex made against you
  • The request is part of a lawsuit Giuffre filed in August for infliction of emotional distress and battery
  • Giuffre claims she was forced to have sex with the Duke three times in 2001 at Epstein’s command
  • Prince Andrew strenuously denies the allegations.
  • The documents were filed the day after Andrew’s former close friend Ghislaine Maxwell was convicted of five counts of recruiting and trafficking underage girls
  • Lawyers for アンドルー王子‘s accuser are demanding he hand over any documents which explain why he doesn’t sweatan excuse he used as proof that he had never having met her.

    Attorneys representing Virginia Giuffre want the Duke of York to give them information about ‘your alleged medical condition of anhidrosis, hyperhidrosis’, 裁判所の文書は明らかに.

    Andrew claimed in an interview with the BBC に 2019 that he never got sweaty on the dancefloor with Giuffre in 2001 at a club in ロンドン before they had sex because he has a condition which makes it impossible for him to perspire.

    The claim was ridiculed and the next day newspapers published photographs of the Duke drenched in sweat at various times.

    Lawyers for Prince Andrew's accuser are demanding he hand over any documents which explain why he doesn't sweat - his alibi for never having met her. He is pictured at a Trump nightclub in 2001

    Lawyers for Prince Andrew’s accuser are demanding he hand over any documents which explain why he doesn’t sweathis alibi for never having met her. He is pictured at a Trump nightclub in 2001

    Andrew claimed in an interview with the BBC (写真) に 2019 that he never got sweaty on the dancefloor with Giuffre in 2001 at a club in London before they had sex because he has a condition which makes it impossible for him to perspire

    Andrew claimed in an interview with the BBC (写真) に 2019 that he never got sweaty on the dancefloor with Giuffre in 2001 at a club in London before they had sex because he has a condition which makes it impossible for him to perspire








    The court documents also reveal that Giuffre’s lawyers are also asking for deeply personal information from the British royal including ‘any documents concerning any allegations of sexual abuse or extramarital sex made against you’.

    The request is part of a lawsuit Giuffre filed in August for infliction of emotional distress and battery.

    Giuffre claims she was forced to have sex with the Duke three times in 2001 at Epstein’s command. Prince Andrew strenuously denies the allegations.

    Attorneys representing Virginia Giuffre (写真) want the Duke of York to give them information about 'your alleged medical condition of anhidrosis, hyperhidrosis', 裁判所の文書は明らかに

    Attorneys representing Virginia Giuffre (写真) want the Duke of York to give them information about ‘your alleged medical condition of anhidrosis, hyperhidrosis’, 裁判所の文書は明らかに

    The documents were filed the day after Andrew’s former close friend Ghislaine Maxwell was convicted of five counts of recruiting and trafficking underage girls to Jeffrey Epstein.

    An infamous photo shows him with his arm around her at Maxwell’s London townhouse: she is in the background grinning broadly.

    In his interview with the BBC, Andrew claimed that he didn’t sweat because he had an ‘overdose of adrenaline in the Falklands War, when I was shot atit was almost impossible for me to sweat’.

    Andrew served as a helicopter pilot in the conflict in 1982 where he flew numerous missions including casualty evacuations.

    The documents filed by Giuffre’s lawyers David Boies and Sigrid McCawley are a laundry list of things they want from Andrew during the process of discovery, where both sides hand over materials to the other.

    One of the requests asks for: ‘All Documents concerning Your alleged medical condition of anhidrosis, hypohidrosis, or your inability to sweat’.

    Andrew’s lawyer Andrew Brettler rejects this on the grounds it is ‘harassing and seeks confidential and private information and documents that are irrelevant, immaterial and not reasonably calculated to lead to the discovery of admissible evidence’.

    An infamous photo shows him with his arm around her at Maxwell's London townhouse: she is in the background grinning broadly

    An infamous photo shows him with his arm around her at Maxwell’s London townhouse: she is in the background grinning broadly

    Further requests include all documents regarding Andrew’s schedules and meetings in 2001, when he allegedly had sex with Giuffre three times when she was 17.

    Andrew’s lawyers rejected the request for all information about allegations of extramatrial sex or sexual abuse on the grounds they are ‘confidential and private information and documents that are irrelevant, immaterial’.

    One request is for: ‘All Documents concerning Defendant’s travel to or from, or presence in or on: A. Epstein’s planes; b. フロリダ; c. ニューヨーク; d. ニューメキシコ; e. the United States Virgin Islands; NS. a Pizza Express located in Woking, イングランド; or g. the Club Tramp nightclub, located in London, England’.

    Pizza Express is where Andrew told the BBC he was the night Giuffre claims they had sex in London, and Tramp is the club she claims they went to.

    The other locations are where Epstein had his homes.

    Another request wants any communications between Andrew and Epstein or Maxwell and their lawyers concerning ‘sexual abuse’ and Andrew’s ‘sexual relations with anyone’.

    Andrew’s lawyers rejected this as ‘overbroad, burdensome and oppressive’.

    Court documents also reveal that Giuffre's lawyers are also asking for deeply personal information from the British royal as part of a lawsuit Giuffre filed in August for infliction of emotional distress and battery. The documents were filed the day after Andrew's former close friend Ghislaine Maxwell was convicted of five counts of recruiting and trafficking underage girls to Jeffrey Epstein (pictured as verdict was read)

    Court documents also reveal that Giuffre’s lawyers are also asking for deeply personal information from the British royal as part of a lawsuit Giuffre filed in August for infliction of emotional distress and battery. The documents were filed the day after Andrew’s former close friend Ghislaine Maxwell was convicted of five counts of recruiting and trafficking underage girls to Jeffrey Epstein (pictured as verdict was read)

    A further request asks for: ‘All Documents concerning any massage that Defendant has received or requested, including but not limited to any documents concerning any individuals who may have provided such massages to Defendant’.

    Another document filed to the court is interrogatories submitted to the Duke, which are requests to him to respond to a series of questions.

    They include identifying any person or entities who can provide information about people who tracked Andrew’s whereabouts while he was visiting any property owned by Maxwell or Epstein.

    Andrew’s response says one such entity would be ‘Buckingham Palace’.

    Andrew’s lawyers have requested that the case be dismissed and on Tuesday a judge in federal court in New York will rule if it can be.

    Earlier this week Andrew tried to claim the lawsuit was not valid because Giuffre lives in Australia.

    In a letter, Boies states that she intends to return to Colorado and is registered to vote there and her mother lives there.

    Andrew has strongly denied Giuffre’s claims and claimed she filed the lawsuit to get another ‘payday at his expense’.

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