EXCLUSIVE: NYC Court Drops Latest Epstein Documents – Includes Ghislaine Maxwell’s Testimony

Ghislaine Maxwell has been arrested on charges that she helped Jeffrey Epstein recruit underage girls for sexual abuse. The two are seen here in 2005. (Photo: Joe Schildhorn/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)

In a recent development in the case between Virginia L. Giuffre and Ghislaine Maxwell,  a transcript of a videotaped deposition of Ghislaine Maxwell taken in New York in 2016 was released on Friday.

The deposition, held at the law offices of Boies Schiller & Flexner, contains confidential information and has brought crucial details regarding the allegations and legal proceedings surrounding the case to the forefront.

Some key points:

Maxwell confirmed she began working for Epstein around 1992. Her role evolved over time, including overseeing construction projects and staffing for Epstein’s properties. Her active involvement decreased around 2002-2003, although she occasionally assisted Epstein till 2008-2009.
Throughout the deposition, Maxwell repeatedly denies recalling specific events or people. She claims she cannot remember introducing Virginia (presumably Virginia Giuffre) to Prince Andrew, nor can she recall Virginia staying at her London townhome or taking any trips that included her.
One of the critical sections of the deposition focuses on the year 2005, a period of significant interest due to allegations of the presence of underage girls at Epstein’s home. Maxwell’s responses during this line of questioning are notably guarded, with her lawyers frequently objecting to the form and foundation of the questions.
The questioning reveals that flight logs list initials corresponding to people who flew on Jeffrey Epstein’s plane, including “JE” for Jeffrey Epstein, “GM” for Ghislaine Maxwell, and others. Maxwell disputes the notion that her initials “GM” on the flight log always refer to her.
Maxwell is questioned about the frequency of flying with minors, particularly someone who was 17 years old. She states that she would not have known the ages of individuals on the flights.
Maxwell discusses the number of planes Jeffrey Epstein had and is uncertain about the specifics of his plane ownership after 2002-2003.
Maxwell is questioned about the use of travel agencies for booking flights, but no clear answer is provided in the provided excerpts.

The Gateway Pundit was among the initial news organizations to obtain the documents.

In July 2022, attorneys Marc Randazza and Jay Wolman from the Randazza Legal Group, together with John Burns, the General Counsel for Gateway Pundit, submitted a motion to become a party in the Guiffre v. Maxwell case in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

As a participant in the media, The Gateway Pundit asked the Court to release all documents revealing the identities of clients involved in the Epstein sex trafficking case.

This is a developing story. We will update this article.

The post EXCLUSIVE: NYC Court Drops Latest Epstein Documents – Includes Ghislaine Maxwell’s Testimony appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *