Court agrees to postpone release of more Ghislaine Maxwell secret files

Court agrees to postpone release of more Ghislaine Maxwell secret files


Another trove of documents related to Ghislaine Maxwell’s sex life and her alleged crimes that were scheduled to be released Monday will be kept secret for the time being, an appeals court ruled Friday.

The Second Circuit Court of appeals granted a stay filed by Maxwell’s attorneys, who have fought tooth-and-nail to keep the files that relate to her deposition in a now settled-defamation case from the public.

The documents will be kept secret until at least Sept. 22, when the circuit will hear Maxwell’s appeal.

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The documents were ordered unsealed by Judge Loretta Preska last week, but she granted Maxwell’s attorneys a week to file an appeal to block their release.

On Thursday, a separate batch of documents in the case were released. They included graphic details about Maxwell’s alleged sex-obsessed life with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein before her arrest earlier this month.

The documents were part of a civil case brought by Virginia Giuffre, a Florida native who

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