Maxwell refused to know if Epstein had plans to recruit younger girls for sex in the deposition.
Unless an appeals court decides against it, the statements and documents related to it will be terminated on Monday. Additional documents Judge Presca ruled last week that Thursday be terminated as scheduled.
Those documents include emails and deposits by others, including Giffrey and anonymous women who claim to have been abused by Epstein.
In its decision last week, it said Maxwell’s public right to access information was heavier than “annoyance or embarrassment”.
“In the context of this case, particularly on allegations of sexual trafficking of young girls, the court finds any small embarrassment or annoyance arising from Ms. Maxwell’s mostly non-testimony … much from the protection of public access. Away, “he said.
However, in that decision, Presca said that some information would remain sealed. She said several medical records filed in court would be sealed, and that many anonymous women – “Jane Doe” who accused Epstein of misconduct, but have not spoken publicly – would continue to re-identify her in the documents .
Cara Scannell of CNN contributed to this report.