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US News Epstein scandal: court date for ex-partner Maxwell

08:15  14 july  2020
08:15  14 july  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell , an ex -girlfriend of convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein , has been charged in the US after being arrested by the FBI. After being arrested in New Hampshire, she was brought to court and remanded in custody, for transfer to New York. Ms Maxwell , 58, has previously

Ghislaine Maxwell has denied any involvement with Jeffrey Epstein ’s crimes. Epstein , at the age of She has been accused of acting like a “madame” for Epstein , according to US court documents. Ms Maxwell ’s spokesperson said at the time “the allegations made against Ghislaine Maxwell are untrue”

In the scandal surrounding the entrepreneur Jeffrey Epstein, who has been convicted of sex crimes and has since died, his recently arrested ex-partner Ghislaine Maxwell has to appear in court in New York today.

Ghislaine Maxwell im Jahr 2000 die Hochzeit einer Freundin. © Photo: Chris Ison / PA Wire / dpa Ghislaine Maxwell in 2000 married a friend.

judge Alison Nathan then wants to officially read the indictment to her via video connection and decide on a possible release on bail. Maxwell's lawyers had previously asked for her client's release on bail of five million dollars because she said there was no risk of escape.

The 58-year-old, who was arrested around the state of New Hampshire in early July, is said to have played a major role in Epstein's sex crimes. She is charged with six charges, including seducing minors to engage in illegal sex and perjury. The charges are maximum sentences of five to ten years in prison. When a process could start was initially unclear.

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After avoiding showing up in court for months on charges of grooming underage girls for sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein , Maxwell was arrested by US authorities on 2 July. Now her lawyers are trying to get her out of jail on a hefty bail.

Ghislaine Maxwell stands accused of 'procuring' girls, including American Virginia Roberts, for Jeffrey Epstein . Roberts said she met Prince Andrew at Despite court papers linking her to a tawdry 'sex-slave' scandal involving Prince Andrew and billionaire paedophile Jeffrey Epstein she still has

According to the prosecutor, the charges relate to the years 1994 to 1997. The abuse of women and girls, one of whom is said to have been only 14 years old, mainly occurs in Epstein's properties in New York, Palm Beach and Santa Fe as well as in Maxwell's residence took place in London. According to prosecutors, Maxwell was one of Epstein's "closest allies" and played a "decisive role" in his machinations.

The previously convicted American businessman is said to have abused dozens of minors and forced prostitution. In 2008 he had already escaped federal proceedings on this matter by entering into an agreement with the public prosecutor. At that time, Epstein pleaded guilty and received a mild prison sentence. He was charged again in New York last summer and committed suicide in a New York prison cell shortly thereafter.

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The Epstein scandal has reached into the heart of the American establishment. Politicians from both parties, alongside men from the Hollywood and The plane would take regular journeys to Epstein ’s private Caribbean island, on the flight log included illustrious names, including ex -US President Bill

Ghislaine Maxwell , arrested last week by the FBI, stands accused of helping her pedophile ‘friend’ to “identify, befriend and groom” underage girls with some Epstein , a prominent American financier and convicted sex offender, died in a New York jail under mysterious circumstances, supposedly killing

Maxwell's lawyers previously tried to distance their client from Epstein. The two had been out of contact for more than ten years before his death, they said in a document addressed to the court. "Ghislaine Maxwell is not Jeffrey Epstein." Maxwell had always rejected the allegations against him. It was not because of this that she had lived so withdrawn in the past few months in order to avoid prosecution, but rather "relentless and intrusive media reporting".

Maxwell comes from Great Britain and is the ninth child of media tsar Robert Maxwell and French-born Holocaust researcher Elisabeth Meynard. Born in France and raised near Oxford, Ghislaine moved to the United States after the death of her father, where she met Epstein at a party. At first they were lovers for a few years, later he spoke of his "best friend".

British Prince Andrew, who was known to Maxwell and Epstein for years, is said to be involved in the case. The 60-year-old denies the allegations. The US investigators would like to hear him as a witness, but accuse him of not cooperating. Andrew denies that.


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