November 14, 2020


If you had lost track of Ghislaine Maxwell in all of the other news surrounding the 2020 presidential election, don’t feel bad – the number of names and events that have popped up in the last few months is extremely high. Maxwell is the alleged co-conspirator with respect to the sex crimes of the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein. Epstein committed suicide, at least officially, shortly after going into custody. Maxwell remains behind bars.

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Whatever Happened to Ghislaine Maxwell?

Politics news cycles tend to move on quickly, but it seems there’s plenty of the Epstein/Maxwell case to last us many additional seasons.

According to recent news reports Ghislaine Maxwell filed an objection on Thursday to block the release of a deposition from settled civil litigation. This latest objection was part of a wider action to fight the unsealing of additional documents with respect to the case. The Miami Herald had sued for the release of those documents and had been granted access, but the actual unsealing has been on hold as a result of later filings.

Maxwell’s family and friends have started a movement to get her out of jail because of the lack of food options for a vegan diet and other conditions in prison. For now, she remains in a cell in Brooklyn, New York, awaiting trial for child sex trafficking charges. Her supporters claim that Ghislaine Maxwell has lost 25 pounds over four months, and that her scale was taken out of her cell after she lodged a complaint about having to go for 20 hours without any food.

Maxwell’s lawyers had made a $5 million bond offer to the court, but the court denied it, given the sort of flight risk that Maxwell represents. Given that she was able to pilot a helicopter back and forth from the mainland to Epstein’s private island, allegedly ferrying victims back and forth, she would find it extremely easy to disappear after posting bond.

The nature of the crimes of which Maxwell stands accused often leads to difficulties in prison, but the custody in which Maxwell is held has kept her safe so far. Given the alleged ties that Epstein and Maxwell had with Great Britain’s Prince Andrew, U.S. President Donald J. Trump and former U.S. President Bill Clinton, it will be interesting to see what comes out once all of these papers are unsealed and the trial gets underway.

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