New Ghislaine Maxwell Photos with Epstein: Trial

Ghislaine Maxwell Photos

Ghislaine Maxwell Photos: A rush of new photographs, one of Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein at Queen Elizabeth’s Balmoral estate, were just made public in a New York Court.

They were introduced into evidence yesterday during testimony in Maxwell’s sex trafficking trial.

Ghislaine Maxwell Photos

The images were recovered from the 2019 FBI raid on pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s Manhattan mansion and were submitted to the court by The US Department of Justice.

One shows the Queen in a shot taken at her Balmoral Estate log cabin, while an additional image shows Epstein and Maxwell in a similar location.

Ghislaine Maxwell Photos
Ghislaine Maxwell Photos

The royal’s image, not featured in the trial, shows the Queen in what appears to be the same spot. 

Maxwell has been accused by several women of procuring them for sex with Epstein and is faces four federal charges in New York. She has denied the allegations.

Prince Andrew, who has also denied any wrongdoing, stepped down from his role as UK trade envoy after fallout from his ties to Epstein. He is being sued by an Epstein survivor in a civil court.

The latest photos are a reminder of the extent to which Maxwell was involved with Epstein and raises questions about Prince Andrew’s relationship with her.

Epstein and Maxwell appear to have been at Balmoral Castle in Scotland, where Queen Elizabeth spends summer holidays.


Ghislaine Maxwell Photos

Other intimate photos show the two together in several intimate positions, with one (above) showing Maxwell massaging Epstein’s feet while he rests them on her chest.

The disgraced socialite has been accused of sex trafficking, grooming young girls for sex, while also managing many aspects of Epstein’s household.

Ghislaine Maxwell Photos

One image also shows (see below) disgraced French model agent, Jean-Luc Brunel, on Epstein’s jet.

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Jean-Luc Brunel in yellow with Maxwell & Epstein
Ghislaine Maxwell photos
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Jean-Luc Brunel is on trial in France for the suspected of organisation and the “accommodation of young girls or young women on behalf of Jeffrey Epstein”.

He was charged with sexual harassment and the rape of minors over 15 years old, including Virginia Giufree.

The Frenchman is suspected of having committed acts of rape, sexual assault and sexual harassment on various minor and adult victims.