Ghislaine Maxwell pleaded not guilty Friday to a fresh set of sex-trafficking charges — as the accused Jeffrey Epstein madam was hauled into court for her first in-person appearance since her arrest in July.
The fallen British heiress, 59, sported shoulder-length black hair that’s gone gray at the roots and didn’t look any thinner than she did during previous court appearances by video, despite defense claims that being locked up has caused her to lose her hair and weight.
Maxwell was slapped with two more charges — sex trafficking of a minor and sex-trafficking conspiracy — last month after a new accuser came forward alleging she was just 14 years old when Maxwell recruited her for her pedophile pal Epstein.
The charges add to six other counts to which Maxwell has previously pleaded not guilty.
Maxwell has been held without bail at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn since her arrest last year — and she and her lawyers