The trial offered a rare look into the social circles she and Jeffrey Epstein moved in, as well as the wealth and power he wielded
- This article contains descriptions of sexual abuse
Former British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell’s sex-trafficking trial ended on Wednesday when the Manhattan federal court jury weighing her fate rendered a guilty verdict.
It was a trial that captured headlines around the world and offered a rare and intimate look into the elite social circles that Maxwell and her former boyfriend Jeffrey Epstein moved in, as well as the wealth and power that the disgraced financier wielded to help carry out his crimes.
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