Morgan took a break from writing about Meghan Markle
Piers Morgan has demanded that ‘whispering coward’ Price Andrew be stripped of all royal titles he still possesses.
Following news that Prince Andrew had settled with his accuser Virginia Giuffre, the former Hello Brittany presenter criticized the Duke of York in his column for The sun.
“By paying a massive check to avoid a showdown in court, he confirmed himself to be a whiny little coward whose denials and demands weren’t worth the paper they were written on,” he wrote.
The British public has a right to know who paid for Prince Andrew’s settlement, as some of it may come indirectly from taxpayers’ money.
Outrageous if it is true that the Queen had to help silence her accuser – how dare he put his mother in this position?
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) February 16, 2022
Morgan also touched on Andrew’s pledge to “demonstrate regret for his association with Epstein, but support the fight against the evils of sex trafficking.”
He wrote: “The very last person a victim of perverted sex trafficking needs support from is a man who hung out for years with two perverted sex traffickers and has just paid huge sums of money to avoid being trafficked. stand trial for his own alleged involvement and participation.”
Morgan claims the Duke moved in because he was due to be questioned by US lawyer David Boies, who had previously held Bill Gates accountable.
To someone he says he has never even met…. 🙄 https://t.co/4hodG2YNrI
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) February 15, 2022
He continued: “The prospect of Her Majesty being dragged down that loathsome sewer at the age of 95, with all the salacious world headlines that would have inevitably followed, was an outrageous and utterly unacceptable situation that could have inflicted terminal damage. to the monarchy.”
The Queen, who revoked Andrew’s royal status last month, will help pay the £12million settlement using her private estate. The Queen’s contribution to the settlement will come from her Duchy of Lancaster estate, which is worth more than £23million, reports the Telegraph. It is not yet known how much it will contribute.