Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell has sued his estate for coverage of legal bills, security costs and costs for “safe accommodations,” according to court papers filed in the US Virgin Islands.
H/T: New York Post
“Epstein made a clear and unambiguous promise to Maxwell that he would indemnify Maxwell and advance any expense incurred by reason of her prior employment relationship with him and his affiliated businesses,” says Maxwell’s lawsuit, dated March 12.
The New York Times reports the suit says she “has incurred significant legal fees, personal security costs and other expenses” because of her work for a number of Mr. Epstein’s businesses from 1999 to 2006. Among those tasks, the lawsuit said, was managing Mr. Epstein's homes in the Virgin Islands, New York, Paris, Florida and New Mexico. The suit says she also worked for his C.O.U.Q. Foundation.
Memo to GM- How dare you play the victim card when you victimised me and countless others. You are a vile, evil, sadistic creature not even worthy of calling a human being. I hope the judge ruling over this laughs you out of court and into jail. #ENOUGH https://t.co/1g8eCQ3Ppv— Virginia Giuffre (@VRSVirginia) March 19, 2020
Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein’s ex-girlfriend and longtime business associate, has filed a lawsuit against Epstein’s estate, saying he had promised to pay her legal fees for claims brought against her by his accusershttps://t.co/SK3acs9SWl— The New York Times (@nytimes) March 18, 2020
Seeing this woman quarantined for life behind bars would do absolute wonders for my particular sense of relief. https://t.co/xpTJyZNLLk— 🇺🇸Lionel🇺🇸 (@LionelMedia) March 19, 2020