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Prince Andrew’s return to sexual accuser Virginia Giuffre was ‘just $5.2 million’ despite reports of $21 million

Prince Andrew’s return to sex abuse accuser Virginia Giuffre was just a quarter of the reported $21 million.

the source told Sun His attorney negotiated a price reduction of $5.2 million to $8.74 million.

That was an amount the disgraced duke could quickly scrape together to stop a civil lawsuit.

That might explain why 38-year-old Giuffre wasn’t forced to sign a nauseating order as part of her contract.

it comes after Sun revealed last week that Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson have purchased an $8.74 million house in London’s swanky Mayfair.

A source said:

“It was much less than that, as low as £3m (A$5.2m).

“This definitely influenced the terms of the agreement she was ready to sign.”

Giuffre, a sex trafficking victim at the hands of pedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein, claimed she was sexually abused by Andrew when she was 17.

The agreement reached in February did not include a formal acknowledgment of responsibility or an apology from Andrew, but Giuffre acknowledged being a “victim of abuse” and regretted her relationship with Epstein. I said that I am

A spokesperson for Prince Andrew has been reached for comment.

This article originally appeared on Sun Reproduced with permission.

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Prince Andrew’s return to sexual accuser Virginia Giuffre was ‘just $5.2 million’ despite reports of $21 million

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