Attorney for the women, who accuse Epstein of sexual abuse, will summon the british prince Andrew.
the Lawyer for the five women who accuse the american billionaire Jeffrey Epstein for having abused them sexually, will have the uk's price Andrew to testify in court.
Their lawyer, David Boies, will be summoned prince Andrew to get him to testify in all five women's cases. It he says for the british media to the BBC.
He claims that prince Andrew may have important information about human trafficking.
the Prince has previously denied that he has seen or gotten a suspicion that there was something suspicious during his visit in Jeffrey Epsteins home.
- One of the things we have tried is to interview prince Andrew and try to understand his explanation. He was a frequent guest (in Epsteins home, red.), says lawyer David Boies to the BBC.
He adds, that the prince, therefore, "ought" to offer his testimony and speak about his experiences.
the Lawyer informs further, that he has prepared claims in all five cases. They can be signed by a judge, when prince Andrew the next time is located on american soil.
In this case, the prince will be able to come up with objections against the application if he does not want to witness.
In the Uk prince Andrew asked to be relieved of official duties for an indefinite time because of its relationship to the Epstein scandal.
Epstein confessed in 2008 to have paid a minor girl for sexual services. He was sentenced to 13 months in prison in a controversial trial, where many believe that he escaped with an all too mild judgment.
Epstein was found dead in his prison cell in august. It came to pass, while he was awaiting a new extensive trial on the trafficking and abuse of minors.
A key witness in the case, Virginia Giuffre, has accused Epstein of keeping her as a sexslave.
She has on Monday of a longer interview with the BBC explained further on, that she on several occasions had sex with prince Andrew while she was underage.
It has the prince previously denied in a tv interview on the BBC.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 03 December 2019, 03:00