Ghislaine Maxwell stated in a testimony in 2016 she never witnessed “improper underage activities” by her ex-boyfriend Jeffrey Epstein, according to newly-released files.
The British socialite’s deposition from 4 years back related to Epstein’s sexual assault activities has actually now been made public.
Records of declarations by Maxwell over 2 days were released after a judgment by a United States judge. In them, Maxwell repeatedly rejected employing anyone under the age of 18 for Epstein.
Maxwell, 58, was spoken with by lawyers as part of a civil suit brought versus her by among Epstein’s accusers, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who took legal action against Maxwell for defamation after she called her a phony. The suit was eventually settled.
Ms Roberts Giuffre declared she was trafficked by founded guilty sex culprit Epstein and she said he kept her as a “sex slave” with Maxwell’s assistance.
- In her statement, Maxwell said she “never ever instructed Virginia to have sex with any person, ever”.
- Maxwell told attorneys: “I never ever at any single time at any point ever at all participated in anything with Virgin