Anti-monarchy group asks King Charles to break silence on Prince Andrew scandal

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Anti-monarchy group asks King Charles to break silence on Prince Andrew scandal

The pro-monarchy group Republic has asked King Charles to speak out after new accusations were made against his brother Prince Andrew.

On X, which used to be Twitter, Republic CEO Graham Smith shared a BBC report called “Prince Andrew faces allegations from unsealed US court documents about Jeffrey Epstein.”

There is a story that says Prince Andrew is no longer a working royal, so Buckingham Palace does not speak for him.

According to Smith, “He’s still part of the family and Charles helped pay off his accuser to the tune of £12m.”

He also said, “As Republic said earlier today, Charles and the government should be responding to the Andrew scandal and answering questions.”

The Republic had earlier said, “BREAKING NEWS: We just called the police on Andrew.”

“New information about Andrew’s sexual assault and rape claims has been made public with the release of the Epstein court documents.” The Met Police need to do something.

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