There’s no coming back for her.
The “extremely personal” testimony of Ghislaine Maxwell’s private life could soon be accessed by the public after a decision made by the U.S. appeals court.
A report from Reuters states that the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals “said there was a presumption the public had a right to see Maxwell’s 418-page deposition.”
Maxwell is currently being held by federal authorities and if she is convicted of helping Epstein groom underage girls, she will face 35 years in prison.
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