The judge in Ghislaine Maxwell’s case is considering unsealing evidence that has been hidden for years. The evidence in question relates to Maxwell’s sex life as the alleged groomer and handler of Jeffery Epstein’s dealings with younger women.
According to a report from Bloomberg News:
US District Judge Loretta Preska in New York scheduled a Thursday conference to discuss the possible unsealing of five different sets of documents relating to a defamation lawsuit against Maxwell by Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre, whom Maxwell had said was lying. […]
The documents Preska is considering unsealing appear to be partly related to deposition testimony Maxwell, 58, gave in the case in April and July 2016. One of her lawyers said in a recent court filing that one of the documents included “intrusive questioning” about Maxwell’s sex life that she had answered based on her expectation of confidentiality.
Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to all charges.
To read more about Maxwell’s life and the secret evidence, click here.