Sunday, March 20, 2016

British socialite may have to reveal Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged sex trafficking at trial

Ghislaine Maxwell might have to disclose info about
Epstein's sexual escapades.
A British socialite might have to disclose far more than she hoped about the sexual escapades of billionaire Jeffrey Epstein as the result of a ruling Thursday by a Manhattan federal judge.

U.S. District Court Judge Robert Sweet ordered Ghislaine Maxwell, 54, to disclose documents and conversations she had between 1999 and 2016 about Epstein’s alleged trafficking in women to provide sex to a vast array of friends, business and political associates.

However, Sweet said, Maxwell only has to give up that information if Virginia Roberts Giuffre, the woman suing Maxwell for defamation, is very specific in her pretrial discovery questions and identifies the people communicating with Maxwell.

Giuffre is suing Maxwell for defamation because Maxwell claims Giuffre lied when she said Maxwell procured her and other minors to have sex with Epstein and his buddies, including Prince Andrew, the Duke of York.  (more...)


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