A year on from her conviction, the rabbit hole that is the story of Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein and their victims widens with new lawsuits on the horizon and new troubles for Prince Andrew also
As someone named Niki Watkins once crooned: “If you think it’s all over, then the joke is on you” and a year on from her conviction, the saga of Ghislaine Maxwell and her wicked associates continues to deliver up new twists and turns that prove that this is a saga that is far from over.
In a 30-minute podcast, released on New Year’s Eve by Law & Crime, attorneys Sigrid McCawley and Kenya Davis reflected on “recent developments” and claimed that “a new Empire State law could change the course of the investigation in 2023.”
Of this, Law & Crime’s Adam Klasfeld reported:
“Known as the Adult Survivors Act, the statute temporarily suspends the statute of limitations on historic sexual abuse claims. The statute is similar to and broadens the reach of another New York law called the Child Victims Act, which focused on the sexual abuse of minors specifically.”
Addressing the matter that sends the Twitterati into a tizzy on a daily basis as to no other accused co-conspirator of Maxwell having been charged, McCawley – who has represented a number of Epstein’s victims including Annie Farmer – declared: “I think the lesson and legacy of the Ghislaine Maxwell case is that nobody is above the law in the United States.”
Going further, Davis added: “I think you will see a ramp-up pretty, pretty quickly, especially after the start of the year” with “more docket activity soon.”
Whilst Donald Trump “wished her well, whatever that may mean” in times past of his old mucker Maxwell, he may well now be hoping she does something completely different. The 45th POTUS and Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew and others will most definitely prefer ‘The Bouncing Czech’s’ deviant daughter continues down the path of solemn silence.
Elsewhere on 30th December, the New York Post reported that Virginia Roberts Giuffre has now claimed that a defamation suit filed against her by Rina Oh, a lover of the dead paedophile Epstein during the early 2000s, is “a sham.” Ms Oh, whom admitted she had “brought at least three women to Epstein” in 2020, had filed a £8.4 million ($10 million, €9.5 million or درهم36.7 million) suit last January after Giuffre publicly named her as “one of Epstein’s recruiters” on Twitter.
At the time, this now 39-year-old lady who also received a sum estimated as high as £10.1 million ($12 million, €11.3 million or درهم44.1 million) from Prince Andrew in spite of him claiming he’d never met her, claimed Oh’s interview had “retraumatised” her. Oh had revealed she had taken the “then-teenage Giuffre to buy a school girl outfit to please the rich financier – justifying the outing by saying ‘17 to me is not a child’” and also stands accused of “cutting and slashing her as part of the sadomasochist abuse for Epstein’s pleasure.”
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