In trying to bring about the silencing of victims of abuse, Ghislaine Maxwell again shows her truly wicked ways are not behind her; victims Sarah Ransome and Elizabeth Stein should be heard
The mendacious, mouthy menace that is Ghislaine Maxwell likes her voice to be heard and she likes people to do as she demands. Known for having a house manual that told employees “remember that you see nothing, hear nothing, say nothing,” here is a wicked woman who is now trying to silence the voices of two of the victims of her and her co-collaborator and one-time lover, the croaked paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
Clearly not capable of “using judgment” sensibly in the very manner she once demanded of employees, this definitely deranged mucky madam is now trying to stop two alleged victims of both herself and the taxi driver turned teacher turned Ponzi schemer Epstein, Sarah Ransome and Elizabeth Stein, from speaking at her upcoming sentencing hearing.
In a letter submitted to Judge Alison J. Nathan on 14th June and shared on the Court Listener page dedicated to documents from the case yesterday, Robert Y. Lewis of Marsh Law Firm PLLC requested that both ladies “be given an opportunity to speak” and called out Scott Borgerson’s estranged wife as a “lieutenant” of Epstein.
Responding, Bobbi C. Sternheim, counsel for Maxwell, argued “sentencing procedure should not be an open forum for anyone to come forward who was not identified as a victim of the charged offenses [sic]” and demanded “advance notice of the individuals who will be permitted to speak.”
Clearly incapable still of accepting she has done wrong, here is a woman whose 77-page previous submission mentioned the word “victim” only four times and in doing so made herself out to be that herself. This rightly convicted criminal brings further shame on the House of Maxwell in the process and today we join all those urging Judge Nathan to chuck the book at sentencing on 28th June 2022.