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Royals In Trouble

God Save The Queen.

Trouble is in the nature of people, and royals are no different. Just because a person is royal, doesn’t mean they are perfect. We find the royals in trouble just as much as anyone else. Many times royals have gotten themselves into trouble, sometimes it gets swept under the rug and sometimes full-blown royal titles are revoked.  

With the recent passing of Queen Elizabeth II, our hearts go out to the royal family for their loss. Now that the longest reigning monarch of the United Kingdom has passed, it seems all eyes are on the royal family.

Here are a few times we found the royals in trouble, and all the consequences that came with it.

Prince Andrew

Rumored to be the favorite child of Queen Elizabeth II, may she rest in peace, Prince Andrew got himself into some big trouble. Not even the Queen could save him from the mess he made, and he was forced to give up his Duke of York title.

In 2019 Prince Andrew was found to be involved in sexual assault scandals alongside Jeffrey Epstein. Virginia Giuffre accused Prince Andrew of sexual assault. 

The civil trial was settled and the Prince was asked to give up his Duke of York title. If he refuses to give it up, he will face trouble with the royal family. The royal family at that point will be forced to step in and remove the title for him to sever his connection to York.

York was adamant about removing the Prince’s title and severing ties, as they “stand with victims of sexual abuse and are doing all we can to end violence against women and girls locally.”

Since he stepped down from his royal duties in 2019 due to the scandal, he disappeared from the public eye. He was present for Prince Philip’s, his father, memorial alongside his mother, the late Queen Elizabeth II.

Princess Anne

In 2002 Princess Anne added her name to the list of royals in trouble. Her incident is significantly less severe than her younger brother’s crime.

Her dog was not leashed in a public space and it attacked two children. The children suffered minor injuries from the dog, and Princess Anne was charged under the Dangerous Dog Act. Since her companion was off-leash and acting dangerously and out of control in a public place, this resulted in a formal charge for the crime of being in charge of the dangerous dog. 

The penalties for this crime at the most severe are a fine of £5,000, up to six months in prison, and the termination of the dangerous dog.

Fortunately, her naughty but loyal companion was spared and she was ordered to pay £500 to both victims.

Bail System In The UK

Bail works a little differently in the United Kingdom than it does here in the United States. You can receive bail from jail but usually, you have to agree to certain conditions. You may have to agree to things like living at a certain address and giving up your passport to make sure you don’t leave the country.

Just like in the U.S., if the rules of being out on bail aren’t followed, you are at risk of being arrested again without the possibility of parole.

Call A-EZ Out Bail Bonds

If even the children of the late Queen Elizabeth II cannot escape the repercussions of the law, neither can you. 

Our bail bondsmen are ready to get you out of jail easily and quickly. We are available to help you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call us for your get-out-of-jail card and return to life as normal while you await trial. 

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