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According to the document, there was a first attempt to serve the papers on the prince on 26 August, when an agent went to Windsor Great Park.
A Metropolitan Police officer who was the head of security said they had been told not to accept service of any court process, or let anyone trying to serve legal papers on to the property.
The agent then returned the following day and was told the court process could be left with the police officer at the main gate "and that this matter would then be forwarded on to the legal team".
originally posted by: puzzled2
Well, strange parties you all go to where you ask each other to produce birth certificates to prove you are old enough to have sex with.
Suppose it might have happened at your parties never saw it at any I went to. Drinking parties with people 16 to 20.
If you said yes and it happened no one complained afterwards.
Must be pretty had to tell the difference between a 17 and 18-year-old in a party with the alcohol.
Did she say why she stayed?
Its actually pretty simple for a normal adult. Don't have sex with people who might be 17