July 3, 2020 | News | No Comments
Alan Dershowitz, the high-profile American lawyer who has denied allegations against him by Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged "sex slave," said the Duke of York should follow his example and make his case publicly.
Both men have faced claims by Virginia Giuffre, but have responded in opposite ways. Mr Dershowitz, 80, embarked on an aggressive campaign to refute the allegations, while the Duke has taken the approach of releasing just two statements through the palace.
Mr Dershowitz told The Telegraph: "I think there will be a lot of pressure on him [the Duke]. I don’t think he has any choice now – now that this has resurfaced he has to categorically assert his innocence, if he can do that, and if he can…
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