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    Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s ‘Scapegoat’ Is Found Guilty

    Ghislaine Maxwell Found Guilty

    The long-awaited verdict was announced on Wednesday, December 29, convicting Ghislaine Maxwell of five out of six counts related to her involvement in Jeffrey Epstein’s sexual abuse of underage girls between 1994 and 2004.

    U.S. Attorney Damien Williams stated, “She enabled and took part in the sexual abuse of children alongside her long-time partner and co-conspirator, Jeffrey Epstein. The path to justice has been arduous, but today justice has prevailed.”

    Back in July of this year, the world found out Maxwell played a critical role in helping Epstein, and since then, she has proven she is guilty of the act.

    Maxwell Faces Time In Jail

    Maxwell has been found guilty on five charges, including “conspiracy to entice minors for illegal sexual acts” and “sex trafficking of a minor,” which could result in a maximum prison sentence of 65 years. The only count she was not found guilty of was the second charge of enticing minors to travel for illegal sexual acts, as reported by NBC New York. Many believe this outcome reflects the deserved consequences for Maxwell.

    During the November trials, the shocking allegations made by the four testifying women left the world in disbelief. The New York Post detailed how Maxwell groomed them for abuse by Epstein and sometimes participated in the sexual acts.

    Maxwell remained composed and showed little reaction to the final verdict.

    The girls who testified were mostly underage, and Maxwell facilitated their travel between Epstein’s various residences, including properties in Florida, Manhattan, the Virgin Islands, London, and New Mexico.

    U.S. Attorney Williams praises the courage of these brave women, who came forward to confront their abuser in court. Their bravery and determination made this case and today’s result possible.

    Maxwell’s Defense, She Was The ‘Scapegoat’

    Maxwell’s defense was that she was the “scapegoat” for her husband’s actions and doings towards sexual abuse. Although it may sound shocking to many, her lawyer, Bobbi C. Sternheim, is working on an appeal that she firmly believes in Maxwell’s innocence.

    Last year in August, Epstein died in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in downtown Manhattan after an apparent suicide. Shortly after, the allegations began to spill about his actions and wrongdoings.


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