After a family tragedy turned her world upside down, she met Jeffrey Epstein.
Ghislaine Noelle Marion Maxwell is a British socialite. She worked for her father, the publishing tycoon Robert Maxwell, until his death in 1991 when she moved to the United States and became a close associate of Epstein.
Ghislaine is the youngest of nine children, born on Christmas Day in 1961. Days after her birth, her eldest brother Michael was badly injured in a car crash and was in a coma for seven years.
Federal prosecutors must divulge the “identities of any unnamed co-conspirators” that they plan on referencing at Ghislaine Maxwell’s sex trafficking trial in Manhattan, a judge ruled Friday
Prosecutors must also “disclose all co-conspirator statements it intends to offer at trial,” Nathan ruled, arguing the government’s claim that the revelation would cause ‘potential danger to co-conspirators’ or risk ‘compromising continuing investigations,’” was bogus.
Nathan wrote, “The Government provides no explanation for this purported harm and none is apparent to the Court Thus, the Court finds that this concern alone does not outweigh the risk of a surprise to the Defendant in this case or the need for the parties to litigate co-conspirator issues in advance of trial to ensure the absence of delay.
Previously, Epstein was arrested and charged with sex crimes by the same prosecutor’s office as Maxwell but killed himself in a Manhattan jail cell before he stood trial. That is such a roller coaster ride for her. What could possibly happen if the suicide didn’t happen?