Ghislaine Maxwell Attorneys Trying To Keep X-Rated Evidence From Going Public
Things are starting to warm up in building evidence against Ghislaine Maxwell.
As you probably already know, Maxwell was recently arrested and taken in custody where she is being monitored very closely so we don’t have another Jeffrey Epstein incident…whatever that may be.
A lot of people want her dead before she can reveal anything damning against them and we have no idea who all may be involved, but we can be confident that former President Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew are both involved.
Now her lawyers are diligently working to suppress evidence that contains some very sensitive information. That is to say, includes nude photographs or sexual videos. This is something that we’ve been hearing for a few weeks now, that she does have some video of some big name individual (or individuals) partaking in sexual activities with underage girls.
Defense attorneys for alleged Jeffrey Epstein madam Ghislaine Maxwell want to hide from the public sensitive evidence ahead of her trial — including any nude photos and sexualized videos that will be marked “highly confidential,” according to court documents.
In a proposed protective order filed Monday, Maxwell’s attorneys detailed the discovery materials they believe should be kept out of public view and filed under seal in the Manhattan federal court case.
This included the “highly confidential” information, which they said should not be “disseminated, transmitted, or otherwise copied.”
“Highly Confidential Information contains nude, partially-nude, or otherwise sexualized images, videos, or other depictions of individuals,” the court papers state.
Maxwell’s attorneys and prosecutors had been working together to determine what discovery materials should be made public — and only disagreed on two details, according to the filing.
One point they couldn’t agree on is whether Maxwell’s defense attorneys should be allowed to disclose the identities of victims mentioned in the discovery material who have already spoken on the record or to the media.
New York Post