Prince Andrew prosecutor Virginia Roberts, 36, tweets from the hospital while she is being tested for coronavirus
‘I’m so scared now’: Prince Andrew prosecutor Virginia Roberts, 36, tweets from her hospital bed while being tested for coronavirus after having ‘trouble breathing’
- Virginia Roberts has been hospitalized after showing Covid symptoms
- She is currently being tested and tweeted ‘I’m so scared now’
- The US is now heading towards the expected peak day of the infection on April 16
Prince Andrew prosecutor Virginia Roberts has revealed that she has been admitted to the hospital where she is being tested for coronavirus.
Roberts, who also bears the name Giuffre, tweeted a photo of herself from a hospital bed after experiencing symptoms of the virus.
“I’m so scared now,” the 36-year-old admitted early in the post on Tuesday morning.
Prominent Prince Andrew prosecutor Virginia Roberts has revealed that she has been hospitalized for coronavirus testing
She continued to describe her symptoms and said she had breathing problems, as well as a fever and cough.
“Being tested for Covid-19 praying it’s not positive,” she said.
Roberts claims that in 2001, when she was 17 years old, she was taken to the Duke of York at least three times.
She claims she was taken to the Tramp nightclub in London by Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell, where she met and danced Prince Andrew, before Maxwell instructed her to “do for Prince Andrew what you do for Epstein.”
A photo with Giuffre, Prince Andrew and Maxwell in Ghislaine’s apartment has been widely circulated since 2001
A photo with Giuffre, Prince Andrew and Maxwell in Ghislaine’s apartment has been widely circulated.
Prince Andrew has denied the charges.
Roberts is being tested on Covid-19 while the death toll in the US rises to 11,000.
Across the country, there were more than 368,254 cases of the hotspot virus Monday evening in New York, Michigan and Louisiana.
The world will never return to what was considered ‘normal’ before the new coronavirus came out four months ago, Dr. Predicted. Anthony Fauci at the White House briefing on Monday
The U.S. is now moving towards the expected peak day of the infection on April 16, when experts predict that more than 3,000 will die in 24 hours.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, said the world will never return to what was considered “normal” before the new coronavirus emerged four months ago.
FaucI made the bleak forecast at the White House press conference Monday after a reporter asked if the US could “ return to normal ” before introducing a universal vaccine for COVID-19.