Virginia Roberts Giuffre : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Nationality
Virginia Roberts Giuffre is an American-Australian advocate of justice for sex trafficking victims know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Nationality
Virginia Roberts Giuffre Biography
|Name||Virginia Roberts Giuffre|
|Birthdate ( Age)||9 August 1983|
|Place of Birth||Victims Refuse Silence|
|Husband/Partner||Robert Giuffre (m. 2002)|
|Parents||Sky Roberts, Lynn Roberts|
|Profession||Advocate of justice for sex trafficking survivors|
Virginia Louise Giuffre is an American-Australian advocate of justice for sex trafficking victims. She is one of the most prominent and outspoken survivors of the alleged sex trafficking ring that was operated by convicted sex offender and financier Jeffrey Epstein in association with Ghislaine Maxwell and Prince Andrew, Duke of York.
She founded the US nonprofit organization Victims Refuse Silence in 2015 and has been widely featured in interviews with American and British media describing her alleged experiences of being trafficked by Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell, to individuals including Prince Andrew, Alan Dershowitz, and Jean-Luc Brunel.
Virginia Roberts Giuffre Parents and Family
Virginia Giuffre was born Virginia Louise Roberts in Sacramento, California, on August 9, 1983, to parents Sky and Lynn Roberts.The family relocated to Loxahatchee in Palm Beach County, Florida, when she was four years old. Giuffre has a younger brother.It was reported that she had come from a "troubled home" and, from the age of seven, was molested by a close family friend.
Giuffre told the Miami Herald that she went from being in "an abusive situation, to being a runaway, to living in foster homes."She lived on the streets at age 13 before getting abused by a 65-year-old sex trafficker, Ron Eppinger, in Miami.At the age of 14 Giuffre reunited with her father and returned to live with him. Her father worked as a maintenance manager at the Mar-a-Lago property owned by Donald Trump, and also helped Giuffre obtain a job there.
Virginia Roberts Giuffre Husband
Virginia Roberts Giuffre married with Robert Giuffre in 2002, Giuffre lived in the Glenning Valley suburb of New South Wales' Central Coast in Australia for 11 years.The family relocated to the United States in November 2013 and stayed for several years, initially spending time in Florida, and later in Colorado in 2015. In 2019, it was reported that Giuffre lived in Cairns, Australia, with her husband Robert and their three children: two sons and one daughter.
Virginia Roberts Giuffre Net Worth
Virginia Louise Giuffre is an American-Australian advocate who has an estimated Net Worth of between $ 4 million in 2022. The earnings listed mainly come from her salary and brand endorsements.
|Name||Virginia Roberts Giuffre|
|Net Worth ( 2021 )||$4 Million|
|Income Source||Advocate of justice|
|Income / Salary||Under Review|
Crime Victims' Rights Act lawsuit (2008–2019)
In 2008, a lawsuit was filed by Bradley Edwards and Paul G. Cassell that accused the U.S. Justice Department of violating the Crime Victims' Rights Act during the first criminal case against Epstein by failing to allow several of his victims to challenge his plea deal.Epstein sued Bradley Edwards for civil racketeering but later dropped his suit; Edwards countersued for malicious prosecution, with the result that Epstein issued a public apology to the lawyer and settled the case for an undisclosed sum in December 2018.
Edwards, who represents several Epstein accusers in addition to Giuffre, reportedly settled in aid of his clients, whose greatest wish was to pursue their larger objective of having their allegations heard in a federal court in order to overturn the non-prosecution agreement. Edwards stated that "They're willing to talk. They want to share their stories. This was part of their healing."In a February 2019 ruling, District Judge Kenneth Marra determined that prosecutors had violated victims' rights as defined by the Crime Victims' Rights Act.
In 2006, a year before Giuffre was first contacted by authorities, the Palm Beach Police Department had a growing body of evidence against Epstein, and signed a probable cause affidavit charging him with multiple counts of unlawful sex acts with a minor.
Epstein hired a team of powerful lawyers, including Alan Dershowitz, Jack Goldberger, Kenneth Starr, and Jay Lefkowitz, to serve in his defense.As the case progressed, Police Chief Michael Reiter became alarmed at the handling of the case by state prosecutors and then state attorney, Barry Krischer.
On May 1, 2006, Reiter asked Krischer to remove himself from the case; when Krischer declined, Police Chief Reiter turned his evidence over to the FBI for federal prosecution. While Reiter was initially hopeful that the FBI would thoroughly investigate and move the matter to a conclusion, in 2007, then South Florida U.S. Attorney Alexander Acosta decided not to prosecute Epstein in federal court and referred the matter back to the local jurisdiction.
In May 2009, Giuffre filed a lawsuit as Jane Doe 102 against Epstein and accused Maxwell of recruiting her to a life of being sexually trafficked while she was a minor. By late 2009, dozens of Epstein's victims had filed civil lawsuits against him. All suits were settled for undisclosed amounts.The victims also filed for the records of the plea deal to be unsealed and made available to the public.