Virginia has accused the Duke of York of sexual assault, which he has vehemently denied. Earlier in 2022, Andrew settled a civil case in the United States with the accused, not accepting responsibility but paying an unspecified amount to Ms Joffrey and her victims’ rights charity.
At the Glastonbury Festival, held at Worthy Farm in Pelton, Somerset, graffiti was seen insulting the exiled king.
In a photo uploaded to social media with the caption, “They went early this year #Glastonbury2022,” the offensive message can be seen.
It reads: “Prince Andrew ***** sweaty.”
Graffiti also appeared at the Download Festival last week with letters written down the toilets blasting the “sweaty” duke.
The satirical messages refer to Andrew’s BBC Newsnight 2019 interview with Emily Mitlis, in which the Duke claimed he could not sweat due to a traumatic event he suffered during the 1982 Falklands War.
During that time, he worked as a helicopter pilot in the Royal Navy and used the clause to refute the allegations of Mrs. Giuffre, who claimed that “the Duke’s sweat was…basically raining everywhere” during an alleged meeting in a London nightclub.
The Duke of York has denied meeting Mrs. Joffrey at Trump’s nightclub during the relevant time period.
“It was awful and this man was sweating everywhere, his sweat was like it was raining all over, I was disgusted with her,” Mrs. Geoffrey told BBC Panorama.
The Prince later told BBC Newsnight: ‘There is a slight problem with my sweating because I have a strange medical condition which is that I am not sweating or have not been sweating at the time.
“Yes, I wasn’t sweating at the time because I suffered from what I might describe as an adrenaline overdose in the Falklands War when I was shot, and simply…it was almost impossible for me to sweat.”
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Andrew renounced several of his patrons after stepping down from royal duties due to his affair with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
In her lawsuit, Ms Geoffrey accused Andrew of sexual assault, saying the Duke had sex with her when she was 17 and his late friend Epstein trafficked him.
Although the two parties settled the case in February, the out-of-court agreement was not an admission of guilt by the Duke, who has long vehemently denied the allegations against him.