Ghislaine Maxwell finally faces trial as a federal court has begun hearing the opening arguments.
Maxwell denies recruiting and grooming girls as young as 14 for Jeffrey Epstein over a 10-year period between 1994 and 2004.
She is also accused of participating in Epstein’s abuse.
The trial will go on for around six weeks, and if found guilty, Maxwell could face up to 80 years behind bars.
Lawrence Visoki, the pilot of Jeffrey Epstein’s private jet, the Lolita Express, has already dropped a huge bombshell as he testified that Donald Trump was among the passengers on his flights.
‘I certainly remember President Trump, but not many people associated with him.’
Other celebrities he listed are Bill Clinton, Kevin Spacey and Prince Andrew.
During the trial Maxwell stared at the courtroom artist who was sketching her and bizarrely started to draw her back.
Artist Elizabeth Williams said:
“It was the first thing she did when she got into court.
“It was like she didn’t think anyone would notice. She stared right at us, and it was definitely an odd moment.
“Maybe she was trying to psyche us out, or perhaps she was just missing human contact. But whatever the reason, it didn’t creep us out.
“She’s not exactly an intimidating person!
“The second time she did it, she turned right around to us. It was very deliberate.
Meanwhile, new documents released about Jeffrey Epstein have got everyone talking.
There’s been many conspiracies surrounding the death of the disgraced financier Epstein when he was found dead in his cell.
Now the New York Times released a bombshell report after they had issued a FOIA request with the Federal Bureau of Prisons and obtained over 2,000 pages of reports.
And people think it proves Epstein didn’t take his own life.
As per the New York Times:
The disgraced financier, jailed in Manhattan on federal sex trafficking charges involving teenage girls, was found unconscious on the floor of his cell one morning in July 2019, a strip of bedsheet tied around his bruised neck.
In the hours and days that followed that suicide attempt, Jeffrey Epstein would claim to be living a “wonderful life,” denying any thoughts of ending it, even as he sat on suicide watch and faced daunting legal troubles.
“I have no interest in killing myself,” Mr. Epstein told a jailhouse psychologist, according to Bureau of Prisons documents that have not previously been made public. He was a “coward” and did not like pain, he explained. “I would not do that to myself.”
But two weeks later, he did just that: He died in his cell on Aug. 10 in the Metropolitan Correctional Center, having hanged himself with a bedsheet, the medical examiner ruled.
Now that is very unusual…