Ghislaine Maxwell will be convicted in late June after she was convicted of recruiting teenagers for Jeffrey Epstein for abuse.
It came after a juror – who was never fully publicly identified – admitted to telling other jurors that he had been sexually abused as a child, and used his experience to persuade others to convict Maxwell.
Her lawyers argue that these revelations justify a new trial.
Maxwell, 60, was convicted after a one-month trial, in which prosecutors claimed she recruited and trained teenagers between 1994 and 2004 for the abuse of embarrassed billionaire Epstein.
She once had a romantic relationship with a pedophile – who you took your life in 2019 in prison waited for a trial for sex trafficking – and later became his employee.
Maxwell’s defense claims she became a scapegoat after his death.
It is coming, as the woman who accused Prince Andrew of sexual assault said “will continue to reveal the truth” and thanked the judge who rejected the king’s attempts to dismiss the lawsuit.
Virginia Giuffre claims that Epstein and Maxwell resold her to have sex with Andrew when she was 17 years old.
Duke of York – who strongly denies her claims – will face a trial in a civil sexual matter later this year.
However, he will act as a “private citizen” after the Queen officially stripped him of his royal and military titles.