Jury Reaches Bombshell Verdict in Ghislaine Maxwell Sex Trafficking Trial

It’s official. A U.S. jury has found Ghislaine Maxwell guilty in 5 of 6 charges.

60-year-old Maxwell faces up to 70 years in prison.

The high-profile case against the British socialite Maxwell accused her of aiding Jeffrey Epstein in his sexual abuse of underage teenagers.

The following are the verdicts: Count 1: Guilty; Count 2: Not Guilty; Count 3: Guilty; Count 4: Guilty; Count 5: Guilty; and Count 6: Guilty.

“Maxwell, 60, has pleaded not guilty to recruiting and grooming four teenagers for Epstein between 1994 and 2004,” the report noted.

“Her former boyfriend Epstein killed himself in 2019 in a Manhattan jail cell while awaiting trial on sex abuse charges of his own.|

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“Maxwell could be sentenced to up to 70 years in prison for the six counts she faced in this trial,” Reuters added. “She also faces two perjury counts that will be tried separately.”

The trial of Maxwell has threatened to bring into the limelight the seedy business that globalist elites have been undertaking in the shadows. It was nonetheless not broadcast on television, as the Rittenhouse case was.

However, the judge has ordered the sealing of hundreds of pages of court documents, thus providing cover to any elites that have been implicated in the Ghislaine Maxwell trial.

Earlier on Wednesday, the jury had asked for more transcripts in its deliberation. “May we please have the following transcripts,” the jury said in a note and listed the following names: Shawn, Cimberly Espinoza, Amanda Young and Jason Richards. It also asked for the testimony of Lawrence Visoski Jr.., who was Epstein’s pilot.

Epstein’s pilot on the so-called “Lolita Express,” named after the Nabokov novel “Lolita” to suggest underage sex, testified earlier about the public figures who have ridden on Epstein’s private planes. The headline-grabbing names of Donald Trump, Bill Clinton, and Kevin Spacey, among other celebrities, were all mentioned by the pilot, who is named Lawrence Visoski Jr.. However, the pilot denied that any of the guests on the plane were underage.