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A judge unsealed damning documents from a 2015 lawsuit against Ghislaine Maxwell, who fought to keep the papers from seeing the light of day.

Jeffrey Epstein's longtime associate and madam was arrested on July 2 and charged with child sex-trafficking.

Epstein's one-time girlfriend is accused of luring young girls and teenagers to Epstein's Manhattan home and private island to engage in sex with the billionaire financier and his wealthy friends.

The documents confirm longstanding rumors of sexual misconduct against former President Bill Clinton, England's Prince Andrew, famed lawyer Alan Dershowitz, and others.

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Of particular interest to President Trump's critics was a transcript of a deposition of sex trafficking victim Virginia Giuffre.

During the deposition, Giuffre was asked whether Trump ever flirted with her. "He didn't. That's what's inaccurate," she said.

When asked if she ever saw Trump on Epstein's home or infamous island, Giuffre replied, "Not that I can remember."

U.S. District Court Judge Loretta Preska ruled last week that the public was legally entitled to view the evidence against Maxwell contained in the lawsuit.

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This post is a reminder that Tom and Rita Hanks are dual citizens of America and Greece. This may not mean much to you, but it is significant to them.

Salacious rumors about Tom Hanks have been making the rounds for years. Your auntie won't repeat such rumors because we live in a very litigious society.

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The Hanks are among the bold name stars who accepted free trips on Jeffrey Epstein's infamous "Lolita express" to his pedo island.

Other names on the flight logs include Beyonce and Jay-Z Carter, Will Smith, Pharrell Williams, former Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, CNN anchor Anderson Cooper, and more.

The Hollywood power couple are among A- and B-list stars and political figures scrambling to get out of dodge - or at least out of the reach of the feds - before Ghislaine Maxwell's dirty secrets become public fodder for the tabloids next week.

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Attorneys for Epstein's former madam pleaded with a Manhattan judge to delay the release of previously sealed documents filed in a 2015 lawsuit against Maxwell by a woman who says she was defiled as a minor.

The case was settled out of court to protect the people named in the documents.

U.S. District Court Judge Loretta Preska ruled last week that the public was legally entitled to view the evidence against Maxwell.

The documents allegedly contain the names of red-faced Hollywood celebrities, CEOs and politicians who don't want their alleged predilections for children publicized.

There are reports that "Maxwell has tapes of two prominent U.S. politicians having sex with minors".

Citing "great concerns" about Maxwell's ability to get a fair trial if the documents and tapes go public, Maxwell's lawyer, Laura Menninger, asked the court to delay releasing the documents for two weeks to file an appeal of the court's ruling.

The judge gave Menninger one week to file an appeal.

The corporate-owned news media in America will do the best they can to protect their liberal icons. But there are websites and blogs on the Internet that have nothing to lose by publishing the names.

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Jeffrey Epstein's former madam Ghislaine Maxwell is appealing a judge's order to release previously sealed court documents to the public.

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The court documents include previously sealed court papers and other damning evidence from a civil lawsuit filed against Maxwell in 2015. The civil lawsuit was settled out of court three years ago.

U.S. District Court Judge Loretta Preska ruled Thursday that the public was legally entitled to view the evidence against Maxwell contained in the lawsuit.

Maxwell's lawyers had previously argued to keep the files under seal.

"The subject matter of these [documents] is extremely personal, confidential, and subject to considerable abuse by the media," said Maxwell's attorney, Jeffrey Pagliuca.

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The news comes amid reports that "Maxwell has tapes of two prominent U.S. politicians having sex with minors".

Citing "great concerns" about Maxwell's ability to get a fair trial if the documents and tapes go public, Maxwell's lawyer, Laura Menninger, asked the court to delay releasing the documents for two weeks to file an appeal of the court's ruling.

The judge gave Menninger one week to file an appeal.

"We are in a vastly different position," now that Maxwell has been criminally charged, "and certainly have great concerns about our client's ability to seek and receive an impartial and fair trial and jury, given the intense media scrutiny around anything that is unsealed." said Menninger.

According to ABC News, the lawsuit filed by Virginia Giuffre against Maxwell contain the names of "famous people" who socialized, trailed or worked with Epstein.

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Dr. Anthony Fauci complained that he was locked out of President Trump's press briefing on the coronavirus pandemic on Tuesday.

Fauci gave several interviews before and after Trump's press briefing on the White House response to the pandemic on Tuesday.

On Monday, Trump announced he would resume regular news briefing on the pandemic after the virus spiked in some cities in recent weeks.

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The press briefing was short and attended by 2 dozen reporters spaced 6 feet apart. Trump said the coronavirus would get worse before it gets better, but the virus will eventually disappear.

He went off script when he expressed good wishes to his former friend, Ghislaine Maxwell, who is currently being held without bond in a Brooklyn detention center. She faces child sex trafficking charges.
 

In an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper an hour before Trump's briefing, Fauci said he was not invited to attend the briefing, even though his colleague Dr. Deborah Birx was invited to attend.

"I was not invited up to this point. I'm assuming that I'm not going to be there because [Trump's press briefing is] going to be in just a short while and I'm still here at the NIH. So I'm assuming I'm not going to be there."

Trump expressed a lack of confidence in Dr. Fauci for making many "mistakes" regarding the coronavirus.

In March, Dr. Fauci insisted face masks were unnecessary because they don't stop or slow down the spread of the virus.

Fauci also warned 2 million Americans would die if the country was not locked down. Fauci's recommendations resulted in the loss of millions of jobs and forced businesses to lock their doors for good.

In an interview with Fox News that aired on Sunday, Trump said Fauci was a "bit of an alarmist. That's OK. A little bit of an alarmist."

Fauci denied being an alarmist when he spoke to Tapper. "I consider myself more a realist than an alarmist. But people do have their opinions other than that."

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British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell is secretly married, but she is refusing to identify her spouse to prosecutors.

The 58-year-old is being held without bail on charges of recruiting and grooming young women for her convicted pedophile ex, Jeffrey Epstein.

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Federal agents uncovered information about Maxwell's marriage during her appearance in Manhattan Federal Court via video conferencing from jail on Tuesday, when she pleaded not guilty.

Maxwell is accused of hiding the identity of her spouse and the extent of her wealth from prosecutors.

"The defendant ... makes no mention whatsoever about the financial circumstances or assets of her spouse whose identity she declined to provide to Pretrial Services," said Assistant U.S. Attorney Alison Moe, according to the New York Post.

"There's no information about who will be co-signing this bond or their assets, and no details whatsoever." Moe told Judge Alison Nathan.

Maxwell's lawyers asked for their client to be released on bail ahead of her trial in July, 2021, but the judge sided with prosecutors, who insisted the socialite is an "extreme flight risk".

The judge ruled Maxwell has already exhibited an "extraordinary capacity to evade detection" prior to her arrest in New Hampshire by FBI agents on July 2.

Agents swarmed Maxwell's million-dollar hideaway and found her hiding in a secret room in the mansion.

Maxwell had hired a private security firm to guard her house. Her cell phone was wrapped in tin foil to prevent her phone from pinging.

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Ghislaine Maxwell pleaded not guilty to charges of child sex trafficking during a bail hearing on Tuesday. She appeared in a Manhattan courtroom via CCTV video from jail.

Manhattan federal judge Alison Nathan said Maxwell is a "substantial risk of flight." The judge added "the risks are simply too great" to release Maxwell on house arrest with an ankle monitor.

Judge Nathan said Maxwell could simply remove the ankle monitor and flee the country back to Europe.

The judge noted Maxwell has access to $20 million in foreign bank accounts that she has not accounted for.

Maxwell was ordered to be detained without bond pending trial on July 12, 2021.

The 58-year-old British socialite was arrested on July 2 at her million-dollar hideaway in New Hampshire.

Maxwell was Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged madam who procured young girls for parties at Epstein's home and on his private island.

The convicted pedophile committed suicide in a Manhattan jail cell last year.

Maxwell is under heavy guard and on suicide watch at a Brooklyn lockup.

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Ghislaine Maxwell collected a trove of sex tapes over the years that she plans to use in her defense of federal child sex trafficking charges.

The late financier Jeffrey Epstein, who hanged himself in a Manhattan jail cell last year, reportedly rigged his townhouse with 50+ cameras. He kept surveillance tapes of everyone in his home and everything that went on.

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Sources say world leaders, former and current presidents, Fortune 500 CEOs, and celebrities are on the tapes.

The former socialite from Great Britain plans to use her copies of Epstein's pedophile tapes as an insurance policy against federal charges, a friend told London's Daily Mail.

Maxwell, who was arrested last week at her million-dollar hideaway in New Hampshire, was transferred to a Brooklyn detention center on Monday.

She is on suicide watch while awaiting trial on four counts of sex-trafficking minors and two counts of perjury for allegedly acting as Epstein's madam to procure children.

"The secret stash of sex tapes I believe Ghislaine has squirreled away could end up being her get-out-of-jail card if the authorities are willing to trade," the source said. "She has copies of everything Epstein had. They could implicate some twisted movers and shakers. If Ghislaine goes down, she’s going to take the whole damn lot of them with her."

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Jeffrey Epstein's co-conspirator and ex-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell is cooperating with the feds following her arrest on child sex trafficking charges.

Maxwell is under heavy guard a day after she was arrested at her hideaway in New Hampshire.

Maxwell, 58, is accused of grooming underage girls and teenagers for sex with Epstein in his Upper East Side townhouse, New Mexico, Florida and London.

The British socialite reportedly received over $20 million from Epstein for her procurement services.

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Maxwell went into hiding in New Hampshire after Epstein, 66, took his own life in a Manhattan jail cell last year.

Epstein's former employer Steven Hoffenberg said Maxwell "knows everything" and will "totally co-operate".

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One of the people who should be very worried is England's Prince Andrew, who made numerous trips across the pond to visit Epstein's Manhattan townhouse and was a repeat guest on Epstein's private plane, dubbed the "Lolita Express."

"She's going to cooperate and be very important. Andrew is definitely, definitely concerned," Hoffenberg said.

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Others who are likely to be very concerned about what Maxwell tells the feds are super model Naomi Campbell (pictured), Tesla founder Elon Musk, media mogul Oprah Winfrey, and former President Bill Clinton.

Maxwell faces 35 years in prison if she doesn't cut a deal with the feds.

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Jeffrey Epstein's longtime associate Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested this morning and charged with child sex-trafficking.

Epstein's alleged madam and one-time girlfriend is accused of luring young girls and teenagers to Epstein's Manhattan home to engage in sex with the billionaire financier.

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Epstein and Maxwell were pals with the rich and famous, including England's Prince Andrew, former President Bill Clinton, and current President Donald Trump (pictured in 1997 with Maxwell).

Maxwell was ordered held without bail during a hearing in a New Hampshire federal court on Thursday.

She went into hiding in New Hampshire after Epstein, 66, took his own life in a Manhattan jail cell last year.

The British socialite waived her right to have a detention hearing in New Hampshire. She will be transported to Manhattan where she faces a six-count federal indictment on child sex trafficking charges.

Maxwell, 58, is accused of grooming underage girls and teenagers for sex with Epstein in his Upper East Side townhouse, New Mexico, Florida and London.

"The victims were as young as 14 years old when they were groomed and abused by Maxwell and Epstein, both of whom knew that certain victims were in fact under the age of 18,” the indictment reads, according to the NY Post.