Andrew’s attorneys say he has no documents to support claims that he is “unable to sweat”.

Prince Andrew’s attorneys have admitted that he has no documents to support claims that he is “unable to sweat,” and there are no witnesses to confirm that he did so the night he had sex with Virginia Giuffre being accused of being on the Pizza Express.

The Duke of York infamous in its Newsnight interview with Emily Maitlis in a car accident in 2019 claimed that he was unable to sweat due to illness after being shot at during the Falklands War.

The then 17-year-old Ms. Giuffre claimed, however, that they danced together in a London nightclub and that he had “sweated a lot”.

Andrew vehemently denies her claims, saying he can’t remember meeting her in March 2001, despite being seen together at the London home of Ghislaine Maxwell – the British celebrity who was charged with child sex trafficking for her billionaire pedophile friend Jeffrey Epstein was convicted.

The Duke of York infamous in its Newsnight interview with Emily Maitlis in a car accident in 2019 claimed that he was unable to sweat due to illness after being shot at during the Falklands War

The Duke of York infamous in its Newsnight interview with Emily Maitlis in a car accident in 2019 claimed that he was unable to sweat due to illness after being shot at during the Falklands War

Andrew vehemently denies her claims, saying he does not remember meeting her in March 2001, despite being seen together at the London home of Ghislaine Maxwell - the British celebrity who was charged with child trafficking for her billionaire pedophile friend Jeffrey Epstein was convicted

Andrew vehemently denies her claims, saying he does not remember meeting her in March 2001, despite being seen together at the London home of Ghislaine Maxwell – the British celebrity who was charged with multiple child sex trafficking cases for her billionaire pedophile friend Jeffrey Epstein was convicted

In addition, the Duke announced that he was also unable to produce any witnesses to support his claim that he was at Pizza Express in Woking (pictured) the night he allegedly slept with Miss Giuffre

In addition, the Duke announced that he was also unable to produce any witnesses to support his claim that he was at Pizza Express in Woking (pictured) the night he allegedly slept with Miss Giuffre

Ms. Giuffre’s lawyers want the court to order him to hand over evidence of his “alleged medical condition of anhidrosis”.

But his legal department said “there are no documents in his possession, custody or control” to support the claim.

In addition, the Duke announced that he was also unable to produce any witnesses to support his claim that he was at Pizza Express in Woking on the night he allegedly slept with Miss Giuffre.

He said it couldn’t have happened because he was spending the day with his daughter.

“I was with the kids and took Beatrice to a party in Woking for a Pizza Express, probably at 4 or 5 p.m.,” he said.

When asked why he would remember a meal at Pizza Express 18 years later, he said, “Because it’s unusual for me to go to Pizza Express in Woking, a very unusual thing for me … I woke up a couple of times up and I remember it strangely well.

‘As soon as someone reminded me, I said,’ Oh yeah, I remember that ‘.

It came after it was discovered that Ms. Giuffre could produce a testimony to a New York judge about the victim’s implications for convicting Ghislaine Maxwell.

Although a number of prosecutors failed to testify at the trial, the women, including Ms. Giuffre, will instead be given the option to testify to Judge Alison Nathan.

Victim effects statements are testimonies presented to the court that set out the effects of an offender’s actions.

While guidelines and reports are primarily used to determine the length of the sentence, a judge should also consider statements about the victim’s impact.

Sigrid McCawley, who is representing Ms. Giuffre, told the newspaper, “When the verdict is delivered, I expect there will be many testimonies from many, many other women who could not be heard at the trial, who will come forward and provide information about her suffering through Ghislaine Maxwell.

“I think the court will look into this before Judge Nathan makes her decision on how long Ghislaine will be behind bars.”

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