Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice, the daughters of Prince Andrew, are embroiled in a fraud case involving the royal family.

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Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice, the daughters of Prince Andrew, are embroiled in their father’s latest scandal.

Turkish billionaire Nebahat Evyap Isbilen is accused of handing over 67 67 million to his financial adviser Selman Turk, including more than 1 million to the prince, his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson மற்றும் 225,000 and Eugene £ 25,000, The Telegraph. Reported.

According to the High Court case, பண 750,000 was paid in November 2019 to Queen Elizabeth II’s son, just days after she won the Dirk Prize at Andrew’s Pitch Palace competition for budding entrepreneurs.

Isplan said she believes the money was used to help her get her prince’s new passport after she left the country, where her husband is being held. However, the office of Dirk and Andrew reportedly told his bankers that the sum was a “wedding gift” to Beatrice, who married Edero Mabelli Mosi in July 2020.

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Prince Andrew shares two daughters, Princess Eugene, left and Princess Beatrice with his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson.
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Court documents state that when Andrew was contacted in March 2021 about the payment by Isplan’s lawyers, he returned 750,000.

A Buckingham Palace spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox News Digital. A representative of the Duke of York, 62, told Fox News Digital that he could not comment on current legal issues.

Ferguson’s spokesman, 62, told Fox News Digital: “The Duchess is not fully aware of the allegations against Mr Durk. He is naturally concerned about the allegations against him.”

Spokesmen for Eugenie, 32, and Beatrice, 33, did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox News Digital. However, the store noted that it is believed that the sisters had no knowledge of any connection with Turkey. In addition, they did not knowingly interact with the Turks.

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Britain's Prince Andrew, son of Queen Elizabeth II, is embroiled in another legal scandal.

Britain’s Prince Andrew, son of Queen Elizabeth II, is embroiled in another legal scandal.
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“On March 31, 2022, I received a letter from a lawyer, Mr. Peters & Peters, on behalf of Mr. “I do not know Mrs. Isplan or Mr. Dirk (or any other details of the claim), and I was surprised to receive this letter, asking to explain the two fees that were paid into my bank account in October 2019. The expense of a surprise party for the 60th birthday of my mother, Sarah, Duchess of York. Gifts from a longtime family friend to help. “

“In early October 2019, I got a call from a family friend of ours who said he would like to finance my mom’s birthday party to help with catering expenses,” he continued. “I suggested that any contribution could be made directly to the caterers, but if my account details were provided at the event, a total of பணம் 25,000 was paid for it, which I transferred to the company that organizes my mom’s party.”

“I’m now consulting with my lawyers and asking them to respond to Peters & Peters on my behalf to assist in the investigation,” Eugene concluded in his statement.

This is one of the many scandals surrounding the Duke of York in recent months. In February, he settled out of court with Virginia Kiffrey in a sexual assault case against a British prince. The 38-year-old American woman, convicted sex offender, was charged with kidnapping by American financier Jeffrey Epstein and forcing her to have sex with Andrew three times at the age of 17.

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Sarah Ferguson's spokeswoman Fox News told Digital that the Duchess of York is concerned about the allegations.

Sarah Ferguson’s spokeswoman Fox News told Digital that the Duchess of York is concerned about the allegations.
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Earlier this year, Andrew reportedly settled his debt at the Sky Lodge in Verbier, Switzerland. According to reports, Isabelle de Rouvre sold the property in 2014 to Andrew and his ex-wife. However, there was a dispute over the final amount of their share. De Rover said the deal was signed in November.

“That war is over,” he told the UK’s Daily Mail at the time. “The matter is over. I have nothing to do with myself now. That’s all.”

Most recently, Ferguson shared a series of Instagram posts on behalf of Andrew, including his first banned title, “His Royal Highness”. Record of his service in the Royal Navy during the Falklands War.

In January, the Queen removed Andrew’s military ties and state support following a legal battle with Kiefrey. Andrew will retain his title of Duke, as well as retain his place in the line of succession to the throne, which he can no longer use “HRH”.

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Prince Andrew recently went with his mother Elizabeth II to a service honoring his late father, Prince Philip.

Prince Andrew recently went with his mother Elizabeth II to a service honoring his late father, Prince Philip.
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As soon as the news broke, it was edited to remove “HRH” from the title of Andrew’s Duke of York. The records were then completely deleted.

Representatives from Buckingham Palace did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox News Digital. Ferguson’s spokesman did not comment.

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