What happened to Ghislaine Maxwell's 'child'? Accuser saw pic of 'nude pregnant' socialite
At the ongoing trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, the jury was shown photos of Maxwell massaging Jeffrey Epstein's feet. Another photo showed the pair kissing. Accuser Carolyn claimed that she had seen a photo in Epstein's home of Maxwell -- 'nude and pregnant'. Maxwell has never been known to be a mother, and no other information on the alleged pregnancy was revealed in court.
On Tuesday, December 7, FBI analyst Kimberly Meder identified photos found by the FBI during raid of Epstein's Manhattan mansion back in 2019. As many as 19 photos of Epstein and Maxwell found on CDs during the raid were shown in the court. Meder, however, said she was not sure if the images had been altered.
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Throughout the trial, the nature of Maxwell and Epstein's relationship has been questioned. While some claimed they were 'partners in crime', others said they appeared to be a couple. Some even said that the two had a business relationship. A Microsoft Word document that was recovered was made by Maxwell in 2002. The document was created on a hard drive for a computer that was registered in Maxwell's name, although it is unclear who the document was for. However, it seemed like something Maxwell was writing for someone.
"'effrey and Ghislaine have been together, a couple, for the last 11 years. They are, contrary to what people think, rarely apart. I always see them together," the document stated. "Ghislaine is highly intelligent and great company with a ready smile and an infectious laugh." The document said Maxwell and Epstein "share many mutual interests and are a lot of fun together", and that they both had "inquisitive minds". The document further said, '"effrey and Ghislaine compliment each other really well and I cannot imagine one without the other. On top of being great partners they are also best friends."
As the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell began on November 29, 2021, some questions may finally be answered about the sex scandal involving late Jeffery Epstein. Epstein’s longtime housekeeper Juan Alessi on Thursday, December 2, testified that Ghislaine Maxwell was the “lady of the house” at Epstein's Florida mansion. Several young women in their 20s, he said, hung out there, often "topless and socializing" with Epstein and Maxwell. He said two of them appeared to be minors. Alessi's employment at Epstein's ended in 2002.
Maxwell was arrested on July 2, 2020, and is one of the few remaining links to Epstein after he suspiciously died in jail. The trial is likely to finally tell us how far and wide Epstein's sex trafficking ring goes. Ghislaine Maxwell, a British socialite and Epstein’s former girlfriend, is accused of having been part of a sex trafficking racket run by convicted pedophile Jeffery Epstein. She was arrested in July 2020 while she was hiding in New Hampshire. Maxwell, who was in a relationship with Epstein during the '90s, is accused of helping the billionaire sexually exploit girls. US District Judge Alison J Nathan, after being sworn in, reminded the jury that they must rely solely on the evidence provided in the courtroom.