Prince Andrew ‘fears being left completely BROKE’ as he fights sex allegations as ‘private citizen’

CAUSE Andrew “fears of total abandonment” as he battles sex allegations as a “private citizen.”

The Duke of York – who has now lost his royal and military titles – is said to fear financial ruin as he continues to battle Virginia Giuffre’s sexual abuse allegations.

Prince Andrew'fears of financial ruin' after Giuffre's case against him


Prince Andrew ‘fears of financial ruin’ after Giuffre’s case against himCredit: AFP

But amid the chaos, Andrew is understood to have taken the time to lament his financial situation.

He is said to have told his closest confidants that he feared default in addition to being abandoned by his family, Mirror reported.

And legal experts believe Andrew may have to hand over £10m to Ms Giuffre to prevent the case from going to court.

But Andrew also has to pay higher legal fees as he continues to battle allegations of sexual abuse.

A royal source said: “Until recently it emerged the sheer severity of this case and the consequences he has faced have yet to come.

“Now bills are coming up and the possibility of a settlement, or even worse, a ruling against him, is being widely discussed; he fears financial ruin completely.

“Andrew thinks, indeed he was advised that this would fade away in time and not happen again, leaving him to face an incredibly uphill battle to salvage any crumbs of his reputation. his voice.

“There’s a very real prospect of him being completely broken.”

Meanwhile, Prince Andrew now has to face what’s further the humiliating prospect of being evicted from a 31-bedroom Georgia mansion and losing police protection.

It happened when he was stripped of his royal patronage and military title after the Queen held an hour-long summit with Charles and William at Windsor Castle.

Year 2003, Andrew signed a 75-year lease at Royal Guest House for a one-time fee of £1 million for the Crown Estate – the equivalent of around £250 a week.


Andrew spent £7.5 million on refurbishing the property, including the addition of an indoor swimming pool.

Royal Lodge, which has a value of at least £30 million on the open market, is three miles away Windsor Castle and the former home of the Empress Dowager.

Andrew’s ex-wife Sarah Ferguson is also living in the mansion although the couple are said to have separate wings.

If he gets booted, the prince can switch to Harry and Meghan’s old stare at Frogmore Cottage, when their lease expires in April.

His downgrade could also mean he loses 24-hour police protection – and has to pay for security himself.

It was just the latest blow to Duke, 61, who is facing a possible US sex case trial.

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Huynh Nguyen

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