Queen Elizabeth II may have to hide Prince Andrew in a drawer again

Britain's Elizabeth II (L) and her son Britain's Prince Andrew, Duke of York, attend a Service of Thanksgiving for Britain's Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, at Westminster Abbey in central London on March 29, 2022. - A thanksgiving service will take place on Tuesday for Queen Elizabeth II's late husband, Prince Philip, nearly a year after his death and funeral held under coronavirus restrictions.  Philip, who was married to the queen for 73 years, died on April 9 last year aged 99, following a month-long stay in hospital with a heart complaint.  (Photo by RICHARD POHLE / POOL / AFP) (Photo by RICHARD POHLE/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

Queen Elizabeth II made Prince Andrew shine after leaving without trial for alleged sexual abuse (Photo by RICHARD POHLE / POOL / AFP) (Photo by RICHARD POHLE/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

Elizabeth II does not win to her son Andrew’s displeasure and it is that the prince has just come out of a huge controversy that has cost him his public image and now he is already involved in another.

With all the mess of the Epstein case and the lawsuit filed for alleged sexual abuse by Virginia Giuffre, who claims that Andrés had relations with her as a minor in the context of the tycoon’s pederasty plot; Queen Elizabeth II had to separate, much to her regret, the prince from public life.

It took the monarch a long time to take the step of ‘hiding’ her little right eye in a drawer, and after her interview on the BBC, which was a kind of plummeting, the criticism, rumors and the aforementioned lawsuit arrived, so Elizabeth II had no choice but to remove him until the trial clarified the accusations.

Now that Andrés and Virginia have reached an out-of-court agreement and, therefore, there will be no trial against the ‘royal’, Elizabeth II has hastened to give him back the place that, in his opinion, he deserves to occupy before public opinion.

It has been recently, at the tribute mass to the recently deceased Duke of Edinburgh where Prince Andrew has flourished again before the media world being the support staff, literally, of his mother.

But beware, that this movement may not have sat very well with a town that could still feel skeptical and disappointed with Andrés and to this is added a new scandal in which they accuse him of an alleged scam, which again tarnishes his already ill-fated image.

Carlos’s brother is again involved in a court case and it is that on April 1 the Daily Mail echoed on the front page of an alleged scam in which the Duke of York would be involved along with a Turkish businessman who owns a digital bank, Selman Turk.

The plaintiff is a 77-year-old millionaire named Nehabat Eyyap who claims to have been scammed by the banker who managed her financial affairs. She according to her publishes she ‘The reason‘ Court documents show that the defendant made a payment to Prince Andrew in the amount of £750,000 from Nehabat’s account.

EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND - JULY 30: Princess Beatrice and Prince Andrew, Duke of York attend the wedding of Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall Canongate Kirk, in Edinburgh on July 30, 2011 in Edinburgh, Scotland.  (Photo by Danny Martindale/FilmMagic)

The plaintiff claims that she did not send money to Prince Andrew for the wedding of his daughter Beatriz (Photo by Danny Martindale / FilmMagic)

In court, the Turkish banker assured that this payment to Andrés was for having obtained a passport and as a wedding gift from Princess Beatriz (who married in July 2020), but The plaintiff assures that this is totally false, that she has not sent that money to Prince Andrew voluntarily.

She also assures that Turk has abused her trust and the fact that she does not speak English well to do this type of shenanigans that also splash Prince Andrew. It is not known if he was aware of the alleged scam or if he received the money knowing its origin seems to be illicit, that will be determined by justice in due time.

The truth is that Andrés has not been right lately and all these scandals are coming to light that harm both him and his devoted mother, Elizabeth II, who has always tried to protect him, even paying him, according to what was published, the necessary legal defense for what of Epstein.

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Queen Elizabeth II may have to hide Prince Andrew in a drawer again