Prince Andrew’s Prosecutor’s Charity for Victims not yet started

Its website states that it was registered as Victims Refuse Silence in 2015, but as of 2019, this organization has not submitted any official filings.

Soar’s website states that she is “dedicated to providing a safe and empowering space for sex trafficking survivors to reclaim their stories and stand up for themselves and others.”

It adds that although it was officially launched in November 2021, “donations are not yet being accepted at this early stage”.

A spokesman declined to comment, although a source insisted there would be activity “soon”.

Giuffre retired from public view once her case with Andrew was settled and it is believed that she was not in the best of health.

As part of the deal, both sides signed a one-year lockdown clause that prevented them from speaking publicly about the case in any form. However, that part of the deal expires next month, raising the prospect that she could return to the public eye.


The 39-year-old mother of three has spent the past year with her Australian husband and children at their home in Perth, but is said to have signed a multimillion-dollar deal to write her memoir, which details the years of the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of Jeffrey Epstein and others. It could prove bad timing for Andrew, 62, as he considers a return to public duty and tries to clear his name.

The prince is understood to be consulting lawyers after Giuffre dropped a separate sex abuse lawsuit against US Attorney Alan Dershowitz and admitted she “may have made a mistake” in claiming he had her as abused teenager.

Prince Andrew, who has always maintained his innocence, is believed to be exploring new legal action that could restore his reputation.

Giuffre has not commented on the development, but a source close to her suggested it was nothing more than an “act of desperation” by the Duke in his rehabilitation campaign.

Ghislaine Maxwell, the disgraced British socialite who is serving 20 years in a Florida prison for sex trafficking, jumped out of her prison cell in his defense last week in a filmed interview.

Her brother, Ian Maxwell, has also tried to defend him by posting a photo which he claimed cast doubt on Giuffre’s claims.

The image shows the bathroom where the Duke is said to have had sexual activity with Giuffre at Ghislaine’s Mews House in Belgravia.

Two of Maxwell’s acquaintances are seated in the bathtub, fully clothed, with masks representing Andrew and Giuffre.


Maxwell said of London telegraph: “I am releasing my photos now because the truth must come out.

“They show conclusively that the bathroom is too small for any kind of sex romp. There is no such thing as a ‘Victorian bathroom’ as Giuffre claims, as evidenced by both the attached bathroom plan and the photos themselves.”

The Telegraph, London Prince Andrew’s Prosecutor’s Charity for Victims not yet started

Callan Tansill

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