Jeffrey Epstein's personal ‘pimp’ Ghislaine Maxwell is shamelessly fighting to keep the names of hundreds of the paedo’s closest celebrity pals secret. Attorneys for the sex offender's former friend are asking a federal judge to keep court records sealed for the sake of the socialite's privacy and the reputation of Epstein's alleged accomplices.
H/T: The US Sun
Maxwell's attorney, Jeffrey Pagliuca, wrote Wednesday, as reported by ABC news: "Ms. Maxwell ... is aware that investigations surrounding the alleged conduct of Mr. Epstein survive his death. It is unclear who are witnesses or targets of any investigation.”
"The sealed testimony or summaries may inappropriately influence potential witnesses or alleged victims."
Attorneys for former Jeffrey Epstein companion Ghislaine Maxwell are asking a federal judge to keep a batch of court records under seal due to privacy considerations. https://t.co/4mC0Fsu6mA— 20/20 (@ABC2020) June 12, 2020
Of course she & many others want to keep the records sealed bc it spells out in bold letters that she & the monsters I’ve named are G-U-I-L-T-Y!! Those with$$+power+privelage= Get out of jail free card. Come on Gov- we can do better than that. What if it was your kid? #Help 🦋 https://t.co/38YDhnz4ci— Virginia Giuffre (@VRSVirginia) June 12, 2020
https://t.co/nrz0LkQP4O I had a feeling this woman would come to harm, the Royals can't be brought down by something like this now can they?! Princess Di one past example of what happens when you damage Royalty. All too convenient this is, isn't it. No smoke without fire.— Kaz Psychic (@KazPsychic2) June 12, 2020
Author of new Jeffrey Epstein book: 'Where’s the criminal investigation' against Ghislaine Maxwell? | Fox News https://t.co/FF25MbB8qC— STEVEN J HOFFENBERG (@SHoffenberg) June 12, 2020
The U.S. has reportedly enlisted the help of the U.K. government in their attempt to seek testimony from Prince Andrew—bypassing Buckingham Palace in the process https://t.co/K7CP58JsP9— VANITY FAIR (@VanityFair) June 13, 2020
Prince Andrew is still 'hiding behind his lawyers', say Epstein victims https://t.co/m0AQz7kB6q— Eyes On Q (@EyesOnQ) June 12, 2020
Prince Andrew’s testimony has been formally requested under a Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty, which stipulates that if the prince does not respond voluntarily, he can be called to a U.K. court for questioning https://t.co/1568tYI8k1— The Cut (@TheCut) June 13, 2020