Ghislaine Maxwell 'took sexually explicit photos of victims' and shared them with Jeffrey Epstein, court docs claimJuly 31, 2020
GHISLAINE Maxwell would take sexually explicit pictures of Jeffrey Epstein's victims that amount to "child porn" to share with the vile paedophile, court docs claim.
Maxwell is alleged in the newly unsealed documents to have also taken part in the sexual abuse as she continues to deny all involvement in Epstein's crimes.
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Fresh allegations against Maxwell are included in documents which were originally filed under seal as part of a lawsuit against her by Epstein victim Virginia Roberts.
Hundreds of pages of documents have been released as a New York judge unsealed them while the case continues against her over her role as Epstein's alleged "madam".
US District Judge Loretta Preska last week ordered the release of large sections of over 80 documents from a 2015 civil lawsuit against Maxwell by Roberts, now Giuffre.
The document labeled "Exhibit 2" contains the allegations which were originally part of an effort to allow two new victims to join a lawsuit against the US government.
Lawyers argued the state violated their rights by not telling them about changes to Epstein original prosecution in 2007 – with doc dated January 2, 2015.
One of the so-called "new victims" – identified as Jane Doe 3 – is understood to Ms Roberts, now Giuffre.
Maxwell is described in the document seen by The Sun Online as a person in "Epstein's inner circle and a co-conspirator in Epstein's sexual abuse".
It claims she participated in the abuse of several victims as well as taking explicit photographs of "underage girls involved in sexual activities" – including Ms Roberts.
It reads: "She shared these photographs (which constituted child pornography under applicable federal laws) with Epstein."
The Government is claimed to have been "aware" of the photographs and is said to "in certain instances" possess some of the photographs.
The document goes on to detail how Maxwell allegedly introduced Ms Roberts to Prince Andrew, and how she allegedly had sex with the Royal three times – in London, in New York, and on Epstein's private island Little Saint James.
It reads: "Perhaps even more important to her role in Epstein's sexual abuse ring, Maxwell had direction connections to other powerful individuals with whom she could connect Epstein."
Ms Roberts is claimed to have been told to give "the Prince whatever he demanded" and she was told by Epstein to "report back to him on details of the sexual abuse".
The doc continues: "Maxwell facilities Prince Andrew's acts of sexual abuse by acting as a 'madam' for Epstein, thereby assisting in internationally trafficking Jane Doe #3 (and numerous other young girls) for sexual purposes."
The Duke of York denies all allegations against him, and claims to have had no suspicions about Epstein and Maxwell during his friendship with them.
The doc describes Epstein as trafficking Ms Roberts to "many other powerful men" for sexual purposes.
Epstein is described as wanting Ms Roberts to describe the sexual activities she had with other men "so that he could potentially blackmail them".
In unsealed testimony from a 2015 lawsuit, Ms Roberts also described "girl on girl" orgies with Maxwell by a swimming pool and in cabanas on Little Saint James.
She claimed Maxwell had sex with underage girls "virtually every day" she was around her, describing the socialite as having "very large natural breasts."
The island location became known as "pedophile island", "orgy island", or the "island of sin".
It was a high-security private oasis, claimed to have a ten person shower, underground structures, massage rooms, false doors and a mysterious temple.
The unsealing of the bombshell court documents came as:
- Epstein's former mentor estimated the late financier had a worth of around $100bn
- Maxwell's legal team tried and failed to delay the release of the court docs
- The trove of files revealed startling allegations, including that Epstein tried to guide Maxwell in how to respond to sordid claims
In a May 2016 deposition, documents show Giuffre was asked to describe any females she saw Maxwell have "sexual contact with" her "own two eyes."
According to the documents, Giuffre replied, "There's so many, I don't know where you want me to start," and was then asked to describe the girls.
Giuffre responded, "There were blondes, there were brunettes, there were redheads," documents show.
"They were all beautiful girls. I would say the ages range from 15 to 21."
Maxwell had filed an emergency motion with the federal appeals court in Manhattan on Thursday, looking to block the release of two additional documents.
Those documents included an April 2016 deposition relating to her sex life and a deposition by an unnamed Epstein accuser.
Making the deposition public, Maxwell's lawyers argued, would make it "difficult if not impossible" to find an impartial jury for her trial.
Depending on how the appeals court rules, two depositions are expected to remain sealed until at least Monday.
Email interactions between Epstein and Maxwell were also featured in the documents unsealed on Thursday.
Maxwell faces almost a year in prison as she was denied bail while facing trial over her links to Epstein.
She has pleaded not guilty, and her lawyers have accused the victims of trying to turn her into a scapegoat since the death of Epstein.
Maxwell is accused of being Epstein's "pimp" who would procure girls for him to abuse – with victims claiming they would be duped as she claimed she was recruiting models of masseurs.
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