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Gisleyn Maxwell could have filed a misdemeanor lawsuit after the jury reported that she used her childhood sexual harassment experience to distract from the debate – and she reportedly sued the judges. cannot remember whether or not he revealed his past in choosing a horse.

Jury member Scotty David, who used only her own name and her father’s name, told Acesparks that when others questioned the credibility of the two women who testified against Ms. Jeffrey Epstein, she only spoke about her abuse during the trial.

Earlier, he told the Independent that the room was quiet when he spoke about his past, and told them that as witnesses, he could only remember some details.

He also told the judges how he waited until high school before witnesses Jane and Carolyn told anyone about his violence to justify why they hAcesparks’t come earlier.

David, a 35-year-old Manhattan resident, admitted in both interviews that his confession affected discussions that saw Maxwell, 60, convicted and sentenced to 65 years in prison.

The sketch in the courtroom shows members of the jury sitting under the COVID-19 health mandate on Dec. 9, 2021, in Gisley Maxwell’s sexual assault trial in New York.

“When I shared this, they were able to talk about the memory aspect of sexual violence,” he told Acesparks by telephone.

During the selection of the jury, about 230 prospective judges were asked, among other things, whether they or one of their family members had been sexually abused.

Four U.S. marshals were taken into custody from the U.S. courtroom after the center found Gisleyn Maxwell guilty on December 29, 2021, in a sex trafficking trial.
Four U.S. marshals are being held in jail from the courtroom after Gisleyn Maxwell (center) reversed his conviction on December 29, 2021, in his sex trafficking court.

If they marked “yes,” they had to say whether it affected their “ability to serve fairly and impartially.”

David told Acesparks he could not recall that the survey “flew” and that he was asked about personal experiences related to sexual harassment. He could only say that he would answer honestly.

A member of the jury in the Gisleyn Maxwell case said during the hearing that he, too, had been sexually abused as a child, which provides a basis for calling for a miscarriage of justice.
During the hearing, a member of the jury in the Gisleyn Maxwell case found that he, too, had been sexually abused as a child, and this gave grounds for the defense to call for misconduct.

If he does not disclose this, it could be grounds for urging Maxwell to reconsider, as his legal team has already announced plans to appeal the verdict.

That could really be a problem, former New York federal prosecutor Moira told the Penza Telegraph.

“I hope the jury made that clear in their application,” he said. Strangely enough, the defense didn’t hit him.

Ghislaine Maxwell is currently convicted of five of the six counts of sex trafficking and faces up to 65 years in prison.
Gisleyn Maxwell was found guilty of five of the six counts of sexual trafficking and could face up to 65 years in prison.

“First of all, it could be a reason to appeal to a judge [Alison] Nathan for a new trial, ”he said.

Neither Maxwell’s attorneys nor the U.S. attorney’s office in Manhattan responded immediately to requests for comment, Acesparks reported.

Gisleyn Maxwell's attorneys planned to appeal the verdict later.
Gisleyn Maxwell’s attorneys planned to appeal the verdict later.

According to David, it was “not easy, to be honest,” to pass a unanimous verdict even after he confessed.

“There’s a room for 12 people and we all need to be on the same page and understand what’s going on,” he said. “And then we have to agree. In part, that’s why it took so long.”

Personally, he was skeptical of the defense attorney’s argument that Maxwell was charged with pedophile Epstein, who committed suicide in a Manhattan jail cell at the age of 66 while awaiting trial on sexual harassment charges.

“He was involved, he was a partner, he did nothing to stop it,” he told Acesparks.

He later told MailOnline that the embarrassed media heir was “just as guilty as Epstein”.

“I don’t want to call him a beast, but a beast is the right word,” he told the publication. “He knew what was going on. He knew what Epstein was doing, and he let it happen.

With post wires

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