Matthew Steeples suggests that ‘liar wannabe lawyer’ Ghislaine Maxwell’s decision to continue to sue Jeffrey Epstein’s estate in spite of already having gotten over £16 million from the since croaked paedo is proof that she is utterly lacking in a moral compass
Whilst Ian Maxwell – a brother of the noxious nonce Ghislaine Maxwell – was last week appearing on an obscure television San Franciso based television station to claim that he and his siblings “love her” and “miss her,” the grubby groper herself has taken up swerving as her own lawyer.
Appearing virtually at a status conference on 17th March, Miss Maxwell – whose now ex-husband Scott Borgerson is now free of the ropey ratbag after finalising their divorce recently – Miss Maxwell represented herself at a hearing that lasted just 4 minutes.
According to Inside Edition’s Chris Spargo:
“The conference began promptly at 10am, with the court inquiring if Maxwell wished to proceed with her lawsuit against [Jeffrey] Epstein’s estate or squash it, according to the clerk’s notes obtained by Inside Edition Digital.”
“Maxwell expressed her desire to continue with the suit and then asked the court if there could be a 60-day stay in the proceedings as she attempts to hire a new lawyer.”
“She has been without representation since last year, when her lawyers withdrew from the case and filed a lawsuit in Colorado seeking £719,283.33 ($878,302.66, €817,431.89 or درهم3.25 million) from the socialite-turned-sex-offender in unpaid legal bills.”
“Maxwell filed her lawsuit back in March 2020, saying in her complaint that the estate failed to provide her with funds despite the deceased pedophile promising to bankroll her for life.”
“At the time, Maxwell demanded that the estate cover all her legal and security costs now and moving forward.”
“‘Maxwell receives regular threats to her life and safety, which have required her to hire personal security services and find safe accommodation,’ reads the complaint.”
“That expense should now be significantly reduced given her new residence at an FCI.”
“The complaint claims that Maxwell worked for Epstein until 2004, but really started to transition out of the job three years prior.”
“When she did leave, Maxwell claims in her complaint that Epstein promised to provide for her moving forward, and alleged that he did just that when she was later sued by two of his victims, Sarah Ransome and Virginia Roberts.”
“‘In approximately 2004, Maxwell received a typewritten letter from Epstein with a handwritten note asking Maxwell to remain in Epstein’s employ and promising that no matter what Maxwell chose to do, Epstein would always support Maxwell financially,’ reads the complaint.”
“In the filing, Maxwell states that these lawsuits began to pile up after Epstein’s 2007 plea deal in Palm Beach.”
“‘Maxwell has incurred and will continue to incur significant legal fees, personal security costs, and other costs in connection with legal suits, proceedings and investigations relating to Epstein, his affiliated businesses, and his alleged victims,’ states the complaint.
“Maxwell writes that the impetus for all this was an invoice she sent the estate in November 2019 that got no response.”
“She also names the estate’s executors – Darren Indyke and Richard Kahn – as co-defendants in her filing.”
“The estate and executors moved to have the case dismissed on the grounds that it was without merit soon after the complaint was filed in 2020.”
“Since then, the case has largely been stayed, and three years in the defense and prosecution have yet to even begin the discovery process according to court documents.”
Clearly illustrative yet again that here is a wicked woman incapable of accepting that taking at least £16.4 million ($20 million, €18.6 million or درهم73.5 million) from the since croaked paedophile Jeffrey Epstein was a totally unacceptable thing to do; that she now wants even more is proof further that this mendacious menace is 100% lacking in a moral compass even.
Editor’s Note – Unlike as is the case in many publications, this article was NOT sponsored or supported by a third-party. Follow Matthew Steeples on Twitter at @M_Steeples.