Ghislaine Maxwell, the British socialite and one-time associate of Jeffrey Epstein, was arrested by the FBI on Thursday, July 2, on charges that she assisted Epstein’s sexual abuse of minors and helped him groom young girls.
She was arrested at a luxurious New Hampshire home that was sold in December 2019 for approximately $1 million via Four Seasons Sotheby’s Realty. The listing has since been removed from the Sotheby’s site. Maxwell purchased the house using cash through a “carefully anonymized LLC,” according to authorities.
The indictment of Maxwell alleges that, between 1994 and 1997, she “facilitated Jeffrey Epstein’s access to minor victims by… inducing and enticing, and aiding and abetting the inducement and enticement of, multiple minor victims.” Maxwell has denied any wrongdoing.
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