Prince Andrew accuser and alleged Jeffrey Epstein sex slave, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, wants 2020 to be a turning point in the fight against human trafficking.
She has vowed to take down the most powerful people on the globe, the one percent.
She wrote on social media: “Happy New Year to all the people in the world who want to see a change!! Let’s make 2020 a year to be remembered in history as the year we took down the 1% who thought they were above the law. Happy New Year to all the people in the world who want to see a change!! Let’s make 2020 a year to be remembered in history as the year we took down the 1% who thought they were above the law.”
Happy New Year to all the people in the world who want to see a change!! Let’s make 2020 a year to be remembered in history as the year we took down the 1% who thought they were above the law!! From Virginia & Robbie 🎆🥂❤️🌟🥳🦋 pic.twitter.com/0VsBfNazLQ
— Virginia Giuffre (@VRSVirginia) January 1, 2020
This message comes days after it was revealed that the FBI is investigating Epstein’s long-time friend, Ghislaine Maxwell because she allegedly recruited underage girls for the late financier.
These developments are in contrast with the latest move from the royal, Prince Andrew sent a Christmas card with a photo of a dog’s butt.
Probably not many people would be so happy to see the end of 2019 as is Prince Andrew since it has been a rough year for the disgraced royal.
However, it appears that the Duke and Duchess of York are facing the problems with a humorous approach, as it is revealed in the Christmas cards that the family is sending out for their close ones this year.
This time, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson opted for something more original.
Instead of sending photographs of their family portrait, they preferred to include a photo, containing the bottom part of one of their pets, a Norfolk terrier.
Captioned with the wish to say goodbye to 2019, the snap shows the little dog from behind, as the animal is trying to squeeze through a bush.
It seems that the prince is trying hard to move on from the latest scandals in his life because for another of the Christmas cards, which supposedly reveals a landscape of one of the Queen’s estates, the positive title, “We Look to the Road Ahead” was chosen.
Meanwhile, the daughters of the Duke of York, 31-year-old Beatrice and Eugenie, 29, also participated in the preparations of the cards, as there was a printed note, saying they were united with gratitude for the support and kindness that were given to them.
Many speculated that the meaning behind the unusual Christmas cards was for the family to show to the world that they are still united and going strong, despite the ongoing allegations of sexual misconduct against the prince.