JP Morgan Official Says Esptein Kept Maxwell Flush with a Vast Fortune Others Could Only Dream Of
Added 12-07-21 11:45:03am EST - “Maxwell claimed to be worth under $1 million when she was arrested, but Jeffrey Epstein had pumped plenty of money into her bank accounts.” - Westernjournal.com
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Ghislaine Maxwell’s legal strategy in her sex trafficking case could be described as a #MeToo defense: Sure, Jeffrey Epstein had plenty of victims, and she was one of the first.
Though she’s now on trial in federal court on a slew of charges related to facilitating Epstein’s sexual relations with underage females, her defense is apparently trying to suggest different picture:
She wasn’t a procurer or a pimp, but merely someone who got caught up in the machinations of the world’s most infamous degenerate. And, according to the New York Post, the defense argues Maxwell is simply being targeted because Epstein is no longer alive to prosecute.
If that’s the case, her defense team will have to explain why she was one very well-remunerated victim.
In testimony Monday, according to Just the News, a banker with JP Morgan said that Epstein wired over $30 million to Ghislaine Maxwell over a period of eight years. Some of that money may have been spent on a private helicopter and a townhouse worth nearly $5 million, according to the U.K. Daily Mail.
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