Maxwell pleads not guilty, next trial in 2021
The takedown of Jeffrey Epstein's internal circle has started. Ghislaine Maxwell, the lady who has been blamed for helping Epstein traffic youngsters (especially girls), was captured not long ago. Police captured her at her New Hampshire house during the first week of this month where she had been hiding at since the time Epstein was taken behind the bars in the year 2019.
Maxwell showed up in court through the medium of a video call and was accused of her job in helping Epstein enroll and groom underage ladies. The arraignment included a scheme to allure minors to head out to take part in illicit sex acts, trapping a minor to make a trip to take part in unlawful sex acts, the trick to move minors with a plan to take part in criminal sexual activity, transportation of a minor with the expectation to participate in criminal sexual activity, and prevarication, The Guardian reports.
Maxwell argued that all the charges put against her were wrong. All the claims that have been developed have been put down by Maxwell and her legal team has given out two statements “vigorously denies the charges” and “entitled to the presumption of innocence”.
Investigators are asking the court to deny Maxwell bail. Notwithstanding, her guard group contends that she's not a flight hazard, including that she was distinctly secluded from everything to keep away from the media. They likewise battle that the COVID-19 pandemic will place her wellbeing in danger in jail.
The next trial date has been set for July 12, 2021.
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