The information has not been described or described by Maxwell’s lawyers – who are fighting to keep it secret in defamation lawsuits brought against him by Jeffrey Epstein’s prosecutor Virginia Giffrey.
Maxwell appealed to release his statement to the Second Circuit Court, which imposed a temporary moratorium on material going public.
But other secret files in the defamation case were unheard of by Manhattan federal court judge Loretta Presca – and Maxwell is now requesting that they remain hidden because of new “important” information.
Her lawyers requested that the indefinite process be postponed for three weeks, so they could discuss with federal prosecutors in her criminal case how the new information could be used in the defamation case.
Maxwell was arrested last month and held at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, pending his trial on a six-count indictment for girls for Epstein for selling and lying under oath. He was accused of speaking.
She is not guilty and maintains her innocence.
While she was in prison, her lawyers engaged in a bitter legal battle with Giafre in an attempt to make public the sealed files in the defamation case.
At the end of last month, a batch of un-filmed files included a statement by Guffrey that detailed sex-filled trips with Maxwell to Epstein’s private Caribbean island.
Maxwell and Epstein used the island to host “continuous” organics, Giffrey told lawyers in the statement.
“The island was a place where organism was a constant thing that took place. And then, it’s impossible to know how many there are, “Giffrey said.
She said she saw Maxwell having sex with women all over the island – near a beach, in small huts, and in Epstein’s cabana.
“An opportunity stands,” he said. “The models were – I think they were the models – blown inside. Organies were held outside the pool.”