Jeffrey Epstein ‘recruiter’ Lesley Groff is spotted in Connecticut

Lesley Groff, who worked as Epstein’s assistant for years and has been named by his accusers as part of his sex abuse ring, was seen walking her dog in Connecticut on Wednesday.
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Ghislaine Maxwell loses last-ditch bid to keep records sealed | Miami Herald

A judge late Wednesday rejected a move by Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged madam, to block the release of sealed court records that could be embarrassing to the socialite who is facing criminal charges.
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A federal judge DENIES the “eleventh-hour request” by Ghislaine Maxwell to block the public release of her deposition

Thread by @KlasfeldReports: A federal judge DENIES the “eleventh-hour request” by Ghislaine Maxwell to block the public release of her deposif an alleged breach of a protective order. However, Judge Preska will STAY the unsealing of two depositions — an…
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Ghislaine Maxwell unsealed documents are set to be released 

Epstein victims fear sex tapes and photographs featuring them being abused could be described as part of the unsealed evidence and eventually shown in court during Maxwell’s criminal trial.
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Don’t Let Ghislaine Maxwell Name Victims, Feds Tell Judge

Don’t Let Ghislaine Maxwell Name Victims, Feds Tell Judge

Rossmiller said that both the Crime Victims’ Rights Act and ‘common decency’ should compel the judge to protect the victims’ privacy.   

He charged that the defense’s argument is based on their belief that some victims’ had gotten a ‘benefit’ by publicly identifying themselves previously.  

‘Beyond the offensive notion that victims of sexual abuse experience a “benefit” by making the incredibly difficult decision to share their experience publicly, the suggestion that victims who receive this supposed “benefit” should receive fewer protections than the law ordinarily offers to victims in criminal cases is alarming,’ he wrote. 
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Jeffrey Epstein Documents to Be Released By Thursday | Law & Crime

A federal judge on Tuesday said that five documents concerning Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell must be released to the public by this Thursday, July 30.
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Ghislaine Maxwell: lawyers ask judge to stop accusers from posting evidence online | US news | The Guardian

Maxwell’s lawyers cited current civil litigation between Maxwell and “many of the government’s potential witnesses”, saying numerous potential witnesses and their lawyers have already publicly commented about the case.

“There is a substantial concern that these individuals will seek to use discovery materials to support their civil cases and future public statements,“ the lawyers wrote.

Prosecutors said they’ll respond Tuesday.
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Will Prince Andrew be named in new sex dossier? | Daily Mail Online

Release of the documents would be a blow to Maxwell (right) as they feature testimony she gave after Virginia Roberts (centre) claimed she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew (left).
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What Ghislaine Maxwell’s Court Document Release Means For Prince Andrew And Others In Epstein’s ‘Little Black Book’

The triggering effect of the document release, beginning shortly, will be great. Whatever details this tranche of documents contain or allege, the resulting invigorated public scrutiny of that entire time period in Prince Andrew’s life and in his friend Epstein’s life will present Prince Andrew and his “working group” of legal and public relations advisors with a choice. They will have to unfetter their hitherto unhurried approach toward a more cooperative posture with the American authorities, or, somewhat likelier, they will have to figure out how to employ that process as cover for a more successful groundhog-backing-slowly-into-his-burrow attempt than they have been able to provide the prince to date.

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Wells Fargo and Others Asked for Details on Epstein Money

Wells Fargo and Others Asked for Details on Epstein Money
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