Maxwell’s statement was canceled after the court’s decision, America’s news


A court document containing potentially sensitive information about Ghislin Maxwell and her relationship with the late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein was released shortly before the court-imposed deadline in New York on Thursday morning.

Roughly a dozen Maxwell files have been unheard of, with the first one on the docket covering Epstein’s prosecutor, Virginia Giffrey’s lawyer, accusing Maxwell of ‘alleged’ adult ‘sexual activity’ related to Jeff Epstein Asked the question.

The uncertainty of Maxwell’s statements, which he had given during previous civil litigation, It could be released after an appeals panel’s decision came, and could be presented effectively to the lower court. Decided to release it as soon as possible.

Maxwell’s attorneys had urged the Second Circuit Court of Appeals panel of judges to release a 418-page oath testimony overturning Manhattan federal court Judge Loretta Presca’s July ruling.

But the appeals judges decided on Monday that Prisca correctly determined The public had the right to access documents from legal proceedings and this tape should be issued because Maxwell’s attorneys pleaded lacked merit.

In the civil case where this statement originated, Epstein prosecutor Virginia Giffrey said that Maxwell drew her into Epstein’s circle as a teenager, under the false excuse of providing work as a masseur. Gifrey alleges that Maxwell and Epstein pressured her to have sex with wealthy and powerful men like Britain’s Prince Andrew.

Geoffrey’s 2015 civil action stated that Maxwell claimed she was a liar on charges of participating in sexual dysfunction. The Duke of York, Prince Andrew, has strongly refuted Giffrey’s claims.

Maxwell, who was arrested in July for alleged sexual offenses, conspiring and counteracting the involvement of Epstein, argued in court papers that the statement would be “unheard of” from this old civil case. [her] “In his criminal proceedings” due process for fair proceedings by impartial proceedings.

Maxwell pleaded not guilty in his criminal case. The Manhattan US Attorney’s Office used her statement – which Maxwell believed was confidential – in the charge against her in the criminal case, claiming she lied under oath.

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