Virginia Roberts Giuffre would be wrong to rely on the narcissistic, lying Duchess of Sussex in her case against Prince Andrew… A rerun of the ‘MeGain & Randy Show’ would benefit utterly nobody.
As we highlighted in January 2020 and again in March 2021, a question hangs over the Duchess of Sussex and it is: “Did the then Meghan Markle meet Prince Andrew before she met Prince Harry?” Put in another manner, one could ask: “Did this calculating American actress meet the ‘bestie’ of the since croaked paedophile Jeffrey Epstein before she met the pathetically wet ‘ginger drip’ she later went on to marry?”
Whilst to some this might not seem hugely important, the devil is always in the detail and for long now, many have suggested that the Duke of Sussex’s self-serving wife has peddled nonsense about how she first came into contact with the royal family.
Today, with David Boies, a lawyer for the Duke of York’s alleged abuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre, claiming he’ll be likely seeking to force the Duchess of Sussex to testify as part of Giuffre’s civil suit, it is important to recall some key details before assessing ‘MeGain’s’ suitability as a witness of any kind.
For one, it has been suggested that the Suits ‘star’ was allegedly seen cavorting on a yacht with the Pizza Express lover years before she became the dominant half of the dodgy duo that is ‘Ginge and Cringe.’ Equally, the now in-exile duchess, has herself banged on about a ‘friendship’ with Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie prior to meeting-without-Googling Prince Harry. Of course, for that disgraceful Oprah interview, that narrative subsequently changed, but wouldn’t it just when multi-million dollar deals were landing at ‘MeGain’s’ feet?
Of why he might depose the Duchess of Sussex, Boies yesterday told The Daily Beast:
“One; she is in the U.S. so we have jurisdiction over her.”
“Two; she is somebody who obviously, at least for a period of time, was a close associate of Prince Andrew and hence is in a position to perhaps have seen what he did, and perhaps if not to have seen what he did to have heard people talk about it.”
“Because of her past association with him, she may very well have important knowledge, and will certainly have some knowledge.”
“Three; she is somebody who we can count on to tell the truth. She checks all three boxes.”
“Andrew will be forced to give evidence under oath [as part of that process]… He has no way of escaping that.”
Mr Boies clearly is a man who hasn’t done a hell of a lot of research into the Duchess of Sussex’s previous “inconveniences” with the truth and he is someone who hasn’t considered her recent ticking off during her libel action against The Mail On Sunday – during which she had to apologise to the Appeal Court for “making misleading statements” about biography briefing notes for Omid Scobie’s tittle-tattling tome, Finding Freedom.
Today, we suggest a piece of advice to both David Boies and Virginia Roberts Giuffre – Don’t go down the ‘MeGain & Randy’ hole; it’ll only end in a very sweaty disaster.