Mira Commissiong, a lawyer for Eustace, told CMC on Thursday that WE FM is yet to respond to Eustace’s demand.
The demand came even as Gonsalves has refused to apologise for the statement made.
Eustace who has denied making the allegation has instructed his attorney to sue the Prime Minister for EC$140,001.
In response, Gonsalves said that Eustace’s claim has no legal merit, that he will not apologise, and he will vigorously defend any legal action against him.
“The only thing I have to say on that is that the Prime Minister is entitled to his opinion,” Commissiong told CMC when asked about Gonsalves’ comments.