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According to the settlement agreement, which was made public for the first time on Monday, Jeffrey Epstein paid accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre $500,000 in a settlement agreement signed in 2009.

Associates of Epstein, including the Prince of Wales, have contended that the secret release agreement prevents Giuffre from bringing legal action against the individuals involved.

"Any other person or business who may have been named as a possible defendant ('Other Potential Defendants') from any and all manner of action or actions of Virginia Roberts, including State or Federal causes of action," according to the terms of the settlement agreement.

Earlier this month, two New York federal judges who are presided over the Giuffre lawsuit against Prince Andrew as well as a related lawsuit she brought against attorney Alan Dershowitz ordered the release agreement to be made public.

As a result, Andrew's lawyers have contended that the release agreement protects him against a prospective lawsuit by Giuffre, who has alleged in her complaint against Epstein that she was trafficked to "royalty."

Among those allegedly associated with Epstein are politicians, academics, businesspeople, and others who, according to Andrew Brettler's motion to dismiss filed on October 29, "Prince Andrew is a senior member of the British royal family and thus falls into one of the expressly identified categories of persons, namely, royalty, who are released from liability under the Release Agreement."

The pact, which was made public on Monday, does not specifically reference royalty, politicians, or businesses, but rather simply "other possible defendants" who may be exempt from punishment under its provisions, according to the deal.

In a statement, Giuffre's counsel said that the arrangement was not relevant to her lawsuit against the Duke of York and was thus dropped.

"As we have said from the outset, the release has no bearing on Ms. Giuffre's lawsuit against Prince Andrew."

There is no mention of Prince Andrew in the press statement.

According to attorney David Boies, the client was completely unaware of what had happened.

Giuffre alleged in her lawsuit against Andrew that she was sex trafficked to the prince by Epstein and his madam, Ghislaine Maxwell, and that this was the basis of her claim against Andrew.

Giuffre alleges she had sexual relations with Andrew at least three times, once in London, once in New York, and once on Epstein's own island in the Caribbean, according to her accusations.

One incident, according to the lawsuit, was when Maxwell ordered Giuffre to sit on Andrew's lap while he sexually assaulted her at Epstein's New York house.

Maxwell coerced Plaintiff, a youngster, and another victim into sitting on Prince Andrew's lap while Prince Andrew touched her.

According to the lawsuit, Prince Andrew "forced Plaintiff to participate in sex activities against her will while on his official visit to New York."

According to the lawsuit, Giuffre "feared death or bodily damage to herself" if she did not comply with Epstein and Maxwell's commands.

Maxwell was found guilty of sex trafficking and other charges on December 29 in federal court in Manhattan, New York.

When she is sentenced, she might be sentenced to up to 65 years in jail. 

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