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A New York judge has set a tentative sentencing date for Ghislaine Maxwell, British socialite and associate of disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein, following her conviction by a Manhattan jury late last year.

Judge Alison Nathan set a tentative date for Maxwell’s sentencing on June 28, according to CNN.

The article goes on to state the following:

The 60-year-old was found guilty of five of the six charges brought against her including: enticing minors to travel to engage in sex acts, transporting minors with the intent of having them engage in criminal sexual activity and perjury.


On the charge of of enticing a minor to travel to engage illegal sex acts, Maxwell was found not guilty.

Maxwells attorneys are still trying to get her conviction overturned and are asking for a new trial, after one of the jurors admitted in interviews with the media that he was a victim of child sex abuse – a detail that was not previously known.

Under her current conviction, Maxwell faces a possible sentence of up to 65 years in prison.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. I’m not a fan of Maxwell but the juror lied on his paperwork about not being abused. The outcome may very well been the same but legally it’s flawed and she can appeal on that.

  2. She may not make it to the trail considering what happy to her fellow years ago, or they will keep finding someway to drag it on for the rest of this year. If any of us regular Americans did this we would be trailed quickly probably even the next day and thrown away for life no if’s ands or buts about it, we would be humiliated on tv and we wouldn’t have cartoon drawings of our trail. It’s a different set of rules for us and a different set of rules for the others.

  3. She was judged by her peers. This juror knows the harm sex abuse causes. I do not feel sorry for her at all.
    I wish other victims would come forward. Sex trafficking is a big business in USA and the world. In order to fight sex trafficking, we need the victims of Epstein and Maxwell and others to speak up so all can be held accountable and punished as that is the only way to heal and hopefully stop the abuse.

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