A much-anticipated batch of newly unsealed documents from a settled defamation suit began trickling out Thursday night over the objections of Ghislaine Maxwell, the British socialite accused of sex trafficking and alleged to be the madam of disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein. In a 2015 email, Epstein advised Maxwell to return to the high-society world the two had inhabited without any shame. “You have done nothing wrong and i would urge you to start acting like it,” Epstein wrote. “(G)o outside, head high, not as an escaping convict. go to parties. deal with it.” Maxwell, awaiting trial in a federal prosecution, had delayed the planned release of the documents from a 2015 civil suit by filing objections at the last minute, provoking the ire of US District Judge Loretta Preska. READ MORE:New documents suggest Prince Andrew helped Epstein pressure US government for reduced sentence Unsealed documents from lawsuit against Epstein’s ex-girlfriend provide new intelDocuments Ghislaine Maxwell tried to keep secret must be released on Thursday, judge rules The judge ruled last week that the documents should be unsealed. “The Court is troubled – but not surprised – that Ms. Maxwell has yet again sought to muddy the water as the clock… Read full this story
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