US trying to block Prince Andrew's alleged 'sex slave' from Epstein case

ANI
Published Feb 2, 2015, 11:28 pm IST
Updated Mar 29, 2019, 9:41 pm IST
Roberts had stated that she was not notified of the plea deal before it was signed

Washington: US Government is trying to bar Prince Andrew's alleged 'sex slave' Virginia Roberts from Jeffrey Epstein lawsuit case with a new filing.

On January 30, the government filed the declaration of FBI Special Agent Timothy R. Slater, who joined the investigation of Epstein in 2006, Radaronline.com reported.

 

It was noted in the declaration that sometime during January - February 2007 Slater called Roberts and told about the investigation of Epstein but she quickly became uncomfortable and expressed her desire to let everything in the past and demanded to not be bothered about this again.

So now the government has been trying to prevent her from having any say in the ongoing civil suit.

Sources have revealed that they are filling this evidence in order to do everything they could do to prevent the release of documents about what really went on relating to Epstein's plea deal.

 

Noting that Slater's declaration puts the date of contact with Roberts at February 2007 and the plea deal was signed in September of that year, the source said that they're claiming that they notified her. However, Roberts had stated that she was not notified of the plea deal before it was signed along with other former victims.

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