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Epstein victims' lawyer: Prince Andrew's co-operation 'extremely important' to get to bottom of what happened

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Epstein victims' lawyer: Prince Andrew's co-operation 'extremely important' to get to bottom of what happened

Epstein victims' lawyer: Prince Andrew's co-operation 'extremely important' to get to bottom of what happened

Following days of turmoil that have damaged the royal family's reputation, the Duke of York announced on Wednesday that he would step back from public duties because of his association with a notorious American sex offender.

"It's great that he's stepping away from his royal duties, but it's really not about that.

It's about justice and accountability for the victims," said Lisa Bloom, who is a California-based attorney representing some of the victims who are suing Jeffrey Epstein's estate.


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