They set the date for the sentencing of Ghislaine Maxwell

They set the date for the sentencing of Ghislaine Maxwell

The former figure of the jet set Ghislaine Maxwell, found guilty of sexual trafficking of minors in favor of her partner, the late investor Jeffrey Epstein, He will be sentenced in June, according to court documents unsealed Friday.

The hearing was set at 11:00 local time on June 28, according to the document signed by Judge Alison Nathan.

The 60-year-old woman, imprisoned in New York since 2020, could be sentenced to decades in prison in a scandal that also affects Prince Andrew and other personalities.

Maxwell was found guilty by a jury on December 29, of five of the six charges against him, among them the trafficking of minors for his former partner, the billionaire Epstein, who committed suicide in prison in 2019.

The 60-year-old woman, imprisoned in New York since 2020, could be sentenced to decades in prison
The 60-year-old woman, imprisoned in New York since 2020, could be sentenced to decades in prison

The daughter of a British tycoon, she was described by the prosecution as a “sophisticated predator”, responsible for contacting women, some of them minors, whom she prepared to give Epstein massages that ended in sexual encounters.

Maxwell pleaded not guilty. His lawyers stated that they would appeal the case, and requested a new process. alleging that one of the jurors influenced others by revealing that he himself was a victim of sexual violence.

In a letter to Judge Loretta Preska on Wednesday, Maxwell’s attorney said she will no longer protect the identity of eight famous friends of Jeffrey Epstein named in Virginia Giuffre’s sexual assault lawsuit.

Maxwell pleaded not guilty. His lawyers stated that they would appeal the case, and requested a new process.
Maxwell pleaded not guilty. His lawyers stated that they would appeal the case, and requested a new process.

Ghislaine Maxwell has given up her battle to keep “vast swaths of information” sealed about her “sex trafficking operation” with Jeffrey Epstein, after the alleged victim Virginia Giuffre requested that they be made public.

Giuffre’s lawyers, who has accused Prince Andrew of sexual abuse, they asked the judge on Wednesday Loretta Preska that Unveil Material From His 2015 Civil Lawsuit Against Maxwell which includes references to eight anonymous (unnamed) John Does, based on exclusive information from Daily Mail.

The persons are identified in court documents only as “17, 53, 54, 55, 56, 73, 93 and 151″. It is unknown if any of them are the Duke of York. Six have opposed the disclosure.

“After careful review of the detailed objections filed by (the eight non-plaintiffs), counsel for Ghislaine Maxwell writes to inform the Court that she does not wish to address those objections further,” the letter says.

“Each of the plaintiffs has a lawyer who has asserted their right to privacy. Therefore, Ms. Maxwell leaves it to this Court to task of carrying out the appropriate review, in accordance with the Order and the Protocol for the Unsealing of Resolved Motions”, continues the note to which he had access Daily Mail.

(With information from AFP)

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