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Virginia Giuffre has reportedly signed a multi-million dollar deal to publish her memoir, as a one-year gag order that formed part of her settlement with Prince Andrew is about to expire.
The New York Post reported that Giuffre would be unlikely to repeat directly her allegations about Prince Andrew, who paid her a reputed $14 million to settle a civil sex abuse lawsuit in which she accused Andrew of raping her three times. However, she is likely talk in detail about her ordeal as Jeffrey Epstein’s teenage sex slave.
The New York Post, citing “multiple sources,” said the deal was “believed to be worth millions,” though the report did not say which publisher was set to release the book, or when.