According to recent reports, Virginia Giuffre, who has accused Prince Andrew of sexual abuse, has written a memoir detailing her experiences. However, a top US publishing house has reportedly rejected the book.
Despite this setback, Giuffre is determined to have her story told, and plans to publish the book in March, just ahead of King Charles’ upcoming coronation.
This news comes roughly one year after Prince Andrew settled a sexual abuse lawsuit with Giuffre in August 2021. It is an unexpected development that has many people talking.
According to the Mirror, Giuffre’s memoir has been 12 years in the making and is set to detail her alleged meetings with Prince Andrew, Jeffrey Epstein, and Ghislaine Maxwell in 2001 when she was only 17.
As part of the pair’s nearly $4 million settlement, Giuffre reportedly agreed to a one-year gag clause that prevents her from repeating her allegations against Andrew until the clause expires in March 2023 – just weeks before King Charles’ coronation on May 6.
One publishing insider told the Mirror that Giuffre’s memoir will most likely be released ahead of the king’s coronation to “maximize” profits because there is “no bigger occasion than the crowning of the king.”
“All eyes will be on the royal family in the weeks leading up to Charles’s coronation,” said the insider. “Book releases are all about timing, and while there is speculation about whether Andrew will be seen at Westminster Abbey or on the Buckingham Palace balcony, what is certain he will be seen on every bookshelf around the world.”
“For the money the publisher has spent signing Virginia, they want to maximize their return,” the source added. “There will be no bigger occasion for her book than the crowning of the king.”
The insider also noted that, per the pair’s March 2022 settlement, Giuffre may be barred from repeating her allegations against Prince Andrew – although that does not prohibit her from discussing when the pair allegedly met more than two decades ago and “pouring further embarrassment” on the Duke of York, the royal family, and King Charles.
Does she have any evidences like sperm on a dress or pictures of the prince naked OR at least a trusted witness that is not in for the money as well?
All this stuff that suddenly pops up decades later with just circumstantial or hear say evidences while trying to extract money is quite suspicious .
Did She enjoy it. YES, YES, YES.