Trump’s niece says Prince Andrew ruling helps her go well with


Donald Trump’s niece says a current ruling within the sexual abuse lawsuit in opposition to Prince Andrew bolsters her personal case in opposition to the previous president over her inheritance.

A lawyer for Mary Trump on Thursday pointed to the choice in Virginia Roberts Giuffre’s civil case in opposition to the royal — which slapped down his arguments that he was legally protected by her 2009 settlement settlement with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

One of the problems in competition in Mary Trump’s go well with, which accuses her household of swindling her out of her full inheritance, is a 2001 settlement settlement that Donald Trump has argued releases him and the Trump household from her claims.

Mary Trump’s attorneys have opposed the previous president’s movement to dismiss her case, claiming her lawyer on the time of the 2001 settlement was colluding along with her household to deceive her and get her to conform to a nasty deal.

Mary Trump’s attorneys argued that the case wanted to play out and data wanted to be exchanged between either side earlier than a choose may determine on whether or not the settlement let her household off the hook for her claims.

Donald Trump before a crowd.Trump has claimed {that a} 2001 settlement settlement releases him from his niece’s claims.REUTERS

In her Thursday letter to Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Robert Reed, Mary Trump’s lawyer Roberta Kaplan pointed to Manhattan federal court docket Judge Lewis Kaplan’s ruling within the Giuffre go well with in arguing that Reed ought to aspect with Mary Trump and deny the household’s motions to dismiss.

Cover of Mary Trump's book, 'Too Much and Never Enough.'Mary Trump launched a scathing e book about her well-known household, titled ‘Too Much and Never Enough.’Getty Images

“Judge Kaplan … in denying a motion to dismiss based on the scope of a prior release, reiterated the same principle that Your Honor [Reed] discussed with the parties at oral argument earlier this week – namely, that ‘it is not open to the court now to decide, as a matter of fact, just what the parties to the release. . . actually meant,’” Roberta Kaplan wrote within the letter.

Prince AndrewPrince Andrew was just lately stripped of his royal titles as his intercourse abuse case strikes ahead.POOL/AFP through Getty Images

Roberta Kaplan and attorneys for Donald Trump and his siblings didn’t instantly return requests for remark.

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