Ghislaine Maxwell to appear in court for the first time since arrest

Ghislaine Maxwell to appear in court for the first time since arrest


Ghislaine Maxwell will appear in person in Manhattan federal court Friday — for the first time since she was arrested last year for allegedly procuring underage girls for multimillionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein to abuse.

Maxwell, who has been locked in a Brooklyn jail since her arrest, will appear for her arraignment on two sex-trafficking charges that were added to her indictment by federal prosecutors in March.

Maxwell had requested her arraignment take place in person after a remote hearing in a separate civil case she is involved in was brigaded by conspiracy theorists, who overwhelmed the court’s public phone line. 

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The 59-year-old has maintained her innocence since her arrest and is expected to plead not guilty to the additional counts Friday.

The two counts — sex trafficking of a minor and sex trafficking conspiracy — are for allegedly recruiting an unidentified underage girl in the early 2000s.

Then-acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York Audrey

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