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Ghislaine Maxwell’s Attempt To Keep Testimony Sealed Struck Down By Judge

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Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged girlfriend who took part in his sex trafficking scandal, lost a court battle on Monday after a judge struck down her attempt to keep her testimony sealed.

“A federal appeals court dealt Ghislaine Maxwell, the alleged madam to disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein, twin blows late Monday by declining to consolidate her appeals in numerous overlapping cases and striking down her effort to thwart release of a controversial deposition she gave in a now-settled civil lawsuit,” the Miami Herald reported on Monday. “The three-judge Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit held more than two hours of oral arguments last week, and issued a succinct Monday afternoon order holding that a lower court judge did not err in order the release of a 418-page deposition from April 2016 that could shed new light on the Epstein empire.”

When asked to comment earlier this year about Maxwell, Donald Trump wished her well in her legal dramas.

“The ruling affirmed a decision over the summer by U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska to release hundreds of documents from a 2015 civil suit involving Maxwell and Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre. The case was settled in 2017 and the Miami Herald sued for the release of the documents following its groundbreaking November 2018 Perversion of Justice series, which spotlighted how Epstein escaped serious punishment despite widespread accusations that he sexually abused underage girls. Epstein was arrested in July 2019 and found dead in a jail cell the following month, determined to be a suicide,” the newspaper reported.

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