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Maxwell jury to see video of notorious Epstein home

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

NEW YORK - Jurors at the sex-abuse trial of Ghislaine Maxwell are expected Friday to see a law enforcement videotape of the interior of a Florida estate where prosecutors say she and financier Jeffrey Epstein exploited underage victims when the pair lived there together.
The video was shot during a 2005 raid at the Palm Beach home, which was decorated with nude photos and paintings of young women - decor that federal prosecutors in Manhattan claim is proof of a sexualized atmosphere encouraged by Maxwell, Epstein's “partner in crime.”
Prosecutors have alleged the British socialite groomed...
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Ghislaine Maxwell jury to see video of notorious Epstein home

Ghislaine Maxwell jury to see video of notorious Epstein home

1 month ago   |   By WISN

The video was shot during a 2005 raid of the Palm Beach home decorated with nude photos and paintings of young women.
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