Lawyers for Prince Andrew rape accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre last night told The Sun they have served him with a writ.
The bombshell claim came after they got help from a policeman — and a judge appointed by the Queen.
Lawyers said they had served him papers for their sex assault lawsuit.
The Duke of York, 61, was served at his Royal Lodge mansion in Windsor last month, according to a document filed yesterday.
Jeffrey Epstein sex slave Virginia, now 38, accuses Andrew of abusing her three times when she was under 18.
The August 27 summons warns the Duke he has 21 days from a set date to respond or face a default judgment. His lawyers are said to reject the notion that he has been served.
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