Ghislaine Maxwell Gets Bad News – Her Accuser Will Testify About ‘Repugnant’ Epstein Sex Act November 23,2021
Ghislaine Maxwell got some bad news in court this week when it was revealed that one of her accusers will be allowed to testify in court about a “repugnant” sexual act by the late billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Court documents obtained by Daily Mail show that the woman, identified only as “Minor Victim 3,” will be describing the “morally reprehensible” encounter with Epstein as evidence of his sexual preference for young women and underage girls. Maxwell’s lawyers had fought against the decision to include the testimony, arguing that the witness was over the age of consent at the time. They added that there is a danger that the jury may convict Maxwell based on a “moral judgment of sexual activity which was entirely legal.” Her specific sexual act was redacted in the letter from Maxwell’s lawyers. Minor Victim 3, who is believed tore British, reportedly met Epstein and Maxwell in 1994 when she was around 17 years old. The indictment states that Maxwell “groomed and befriended” the girl in London and arranged for “multiple” sexualized messages with Epstein. Prosecutors alleged to the court that they believe the woman “can reasonably be characterized as a ‘victim of alleged sexual misconduct” and that her testimony supports conspiracy charges. Maxwell’s attorneys fired back by arguing that the woman’s testimony should not be included because it could unfairly sway the jury since she was over the age of consent in the United Kingdom, where it is 16.