Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell will go down in history as two of the worst people in modern times.
This is once all of the horrible details of their trafficking scheme come to brighter light.
Epstein was a pedophile and there is plenty of evidence to prove it. In fact, let’s not forget that Jeffrey Epstein is actually a convicted pedophile.
Now the attention has turned on the disgraced former girlfriend of Epstein that is Ghislaine Maxwell. She was arrested after Epstein’s death in connection with sex trafficking and sexual abuse charges.
The case that is being brought against her currently has been pretty much secret as far as the details of the allegations. However, we now know that there is a remarkably high number of highly confidential photographs that have emerged as part have the evidence against Maxwell. So high, in fact, the number is believed to be more than 2000 photos and there’s no telling what exactly these photos consist of.
‘We cannot adequately prepare for a trial containing the new charges and a substantially expanded conspiracy in the less than three months remaining,’ states her representatives in a letter to the courts, The Independent reports.
‘Technology issues’ were also cited as a reason why the start date should be pushed, as Maxwell was reportedly struggling to get through all the evidence in the allotted time frame.
‘We have tried to use an FBI-supplied laptop and hard drive to review approximately 2,100 ‘Highly Confidential’ photographs that were not produced to us in discovery,’ her lawyers wrote. ‘Because of technical issues with the laptop, we still have not completed the review.’
The enormous amount of pictures add to the tens of thousands of pieces of evidence already collected, in a case that sees Maxwell face a new set of sex trafficking charges that emerged in March after a new victim came forward.
Previously unsealed court records show that Maxwell allegedly kept a photo album containing images of topless girls who had visited Epstein’s Palm Beach estate, WPTV reports.
Maxwell allegedly took the photographs herself while the girls were around the home’s pool.
“I know she went out and took pictures in the pool because later I would see them at the desk or at the house; and nude, 99.9 percent of the time they were topless,” one victim said, according to court records obtained by the television station.