Ghislaine Maxwell was taken into FBI custody on Thursday morning at about 8:30 a.m. on charges related to the Epstein scandal. There is reason to suspect that Epstein didn’t commit suicide but was murdered while in a New York federal detention center last summer while he awaited his trial for sex trafficking charges.
Many women have accused Maxwell of recruiting numerous women to give massages to Epstein and during that time they were pressured into having sex. Maxwell is facing four counts related to sex trafficking and two counts of perjury.
Maxwell’s indictment reveals she’s accused of assisting Epstein to “recruit, groom, and ultimately abuse” multiple young girls as young as 14 years old, according to The New York Times.
Maxwell’s arrest comes nearly one year after Jeffrey Epstein was facing charges in a federal indictment for the sexual abuse and exploitation of dozens of underage girls at his Manhattan mansion, his Palm Beach, Florida estate, along with other locations.
Audrey Strauss, Acting US District Attorney for Southern New York is urging Prince Andrew to cooperate and talk with investigators in this ongoing investigation into Maxwell and Epstein.
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