A federal court in New York on Thursday sealed dozens of documents on a sex trafficking case against Ms Ghislaine Maxwell, accused of embarrassing financier and convicted Jeffrey Epstein.
Most of the 52 documents relate to a slander trial with one of Epstein’s accusers. There is also a request by Maxwell’s attorneys to issue a defense order limiting the amount of financial information he is required to file.
Judge Loretta Preska ruled last month to withhold dozens of documents related to Maxwell’s personal files and documents in Epstein’s defendant’s defamation lawsuit, Virginia Geoffrey. Maxwell’s attorneys opposed the move.
Juffre, Epstein, and Maxwell allege that he was involved in human trafficking when he was 17 years old. He is now 30 years old.
GISLAINE MAXWELL PROSECUTORS PROTECT AGAINST “DAMAGE THEORIES” ABOUT NEW DAMAGES
Maxwell, 59, is accused of lying under oath and recruiting, caring for, and trafficking girls who were sexually abused by Epstein between 1990 and 2004. He pleaded not guilty and could face up to 40 years in prison if convicted on the most serious charges. . The trial is set to begin in November after being postponed in July.
Acesparks is still reviewing many documents. One of them shows a journal of manuscript calls of messages left to Epstein in the early 2000s.
Most of the messages came from Maxwell. But others seemed to be regular posts on simple topics – requests to call and messages from an acquaintance who pulled a muscle and had to cancel a lunch meeting. Several of them mentioned that they would be assigned to a massage.
In one, it is not written from Maxwell to Epstein, “It would be useful to be like this [redacted] Come to lm beach today and stay here and help train new staff with Gizline. “
Another wrote to the caller at 11:20 a.m. on February 27, 2005, “Please call him back. He wanted to.” [to] make sure you know that he will meet Glisline and go to the Ranch with him. “
An unsubstantiated report that appeared between records written in July and August 2005 mentions a woman offering a massage.
“He doesn’t want to come to the movie, but if you want to get a massage before or after the movie, call him,” it said. The topic of massage came up frequently in Maxwell, but his lawyer advised him not to answer most of these questions.
In another report from September 4, 2005: “Canceled [redacted]. He wants to talk to you. I believe in college [redacted]. Do I need to plan someone else? “
Another document includes transcribed excerpts, editorials, and missing gossips from Maxwell’s 2016 defamation deposit. The transcript consists mainly of lawyers from both sides, who are arguing with each other over which questions to answer.
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On one occasion, Giuffre’s former attorney, David Boys, asked Maxwell to know the age of the women who were massaging Epstein at his Lm beach mansion.
“The people I knew were about my age,” he replies. “What I didn’t know, I didn’t have any information.”
The documents also include parts containing explosives belonging to Rinaldo Rizzo, a former private chef at Glenn Dubin, a hedge fund manager who allegedly brought a 15-year-old Swedish girl to Ezhstein and Maxwell’s home.
Rizzo said the girl was sitting on a barstel in the kitchen as she was preparing dinner with her husband.
“He keeps telling my wife and me that, and it’s not like that – it’s blurry, it’s not a conversation like I was talking by accident,” he said. “I was on the island quickly, I was on the island, and there was Gislan, there was Sarah,” he said. “They asked me for sex, and I said no.”
According to him, the girl does not know how she got from the island to the house of Dubins.
“I said it’s nuts, do you have a sport, do you have a phone?” he said.
The girl told him the sport had been taken, he added.
Dubin and his wife, Eva Andersson Dubin, who had previously met with Epstein, denied any information about the late financier’s behavior.