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Ghislaine Maxwell’s Attorneys Seeking Original Photo Of Accuser With Prince Andrew And A Pair Of Cowboy Boots

Ghislaine Maxwell’s Attorneys Seeking Original Photo Of Accuser With Prince Andrew And A Pair Of Cowboy Boots

kjlkjlAttorneys for Ghislaine Maxwell, accused of procuring underage girls for the late millionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, are seeking the original photo of Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre with Prince Andrew, as well as a pair of cowboy boots Epstein allegedly bought a teen girl.

The New York Post reported that the requests were included in a motion that was unsealed Friday and filed by Boies Schiller Flexner, LLP, a law firm representing more than five of Epstein’s victims, including Giuffre and Annie Farmer. Both women claim Maxwell groomed them as teenagers to be Epstein’s sex slaves.Sigrid McCawley, an attorney at the law firm, wrote in the motion that Maxwell’s requests were “overbroad” and amounted to a “fishing expedition” to obtain personal information about the accusers in an effort to smear them, the Post reported.

The cowboy boots, Maxwell’s attorneys said, were bought by her and Epstein for Farmer when she flew to the wealthy pedophile’s New Mexico ranch – where she was allegedly abused. As for the photo, it is unclear why an original is requested, but Giuffre has claimed she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew when she was only 17. Prince Andrew has repeatedly denied the allegations, claiming in a BBC interview that he had “no recollection of ever meeting this lady, none whatsoever.”

One other request Maxwell’s included in the motion was for copies of “all recent communication between the firm and law enforcement about Epstein pal Jean-Luc Brunel, a model scout who is being probed in Paris for the alleged sex trafficking of minors,” the Post reported. “Maxwell’s defense team has accused the high-powered legal firm of improperly sharing information with prosecutors from the Southern District of New York to build a criminal case against her.”Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to the charges against her and remains in prison at the Metropolitan Detention Center after three separate motions for bail have been denied.

While in prison, Maxwell has lodged several complaints about her treatment, the most recent of which includes a claim that she was physically abused during a pat-down search in her cell. Maxwell’s attorney, Bobbi Sternheim, claimed in the letter that Maxwell asked that a surveillance camera record the pat-down but was refused, The Daily Wire previously reported.

“When Ms. Maxwell recoiled in pain and when she said she would report the mistreatment, she was threatened with disciplinary action,” Sternheim claimed in the letter.In December, Maxwell claimed she was losing weight and her hair while in prison, The Daily Wire previously reported. This complaint was also lodged in a letter from Sternheim.

“While [Maxwell’s] weight may currently be fairly consistent, she had lost over 15 pounds, and she is sustaining hair loss,” the attorney wrote.

Sternheim wrote the letter in response to the federal Bureau of Prisons’ own letter to U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan, in which it wrote that Maxwell is being properly cared for and that she is of a healthy weight.“Since Ms. Maxwell’s arrival, she has been provided three meals a day in accordance with BOP policy and its National Menu,” Sophia Papapetru, a staff attorney for the prison, wrote in the letter defending Maxwell’s care, obtained by Fox News. “Her medical records show that she currently weighs 134 pounds, which fluctuates plus or minus 2 pounds.”


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