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Newly-released documents provide insight into Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell case

Newly-released documents provide insight into Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell case
Posted at 7:59 AM, Jul 31, 2020
and last updated 2020-07-31 08:03:54-04

As Jeffrey Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell awaits trial, newly released documents provide insight into the charges she's facing.

A deposition from 2016 has been made public that alleges Maxwell was a recruiter for Epstein's underage sex ring.

Testimony from Virginia Giuffre, one of Maxwell's alleged victims, implicates Prince Andrew and former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson. Both the prince and Richardson have denied the allegations against them.

Giuffre also reports seeing former President Bill Clinton on Epstein's private island. When she asked Epstein about why Clinton was there, she said Epstein told her that Clinton owed him a favor.

Clinton has previously denied ever going to Epstein's island.

Giuffre also said one of the men involved in Epstein's sex ring was a "large hotel chain owner."

The in the court filings, Maxwell and her attorney portray Giuffre as unreliable, pointing to errors in certain information she provided.