While Jeffrey Epstein met a gruesome end by way of “suicide,” his accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell has flown under the radar for the most part. That may be changing soon, however, if her hacked emails come to light.
Lawyers for the British socialite admitted that Maxwell’s emails had been hacked in a letter that they filed last year in Epstein victim Virginia Guiffre’s defamation case. Maxwell’s attorney, Ty Gee sent the letter to New York federal court Judge Loretta A. Preska on Dec. 5, and it was finally made public this week.
The letter notes that it is “difficult-to-overstate importance to the lives of Ms. Maxwell and the non-parties” regarding the 8,600 pages were reportedly hacked. It bemoans “the difficulty and complexity” of the entire situation, and calls for key information to be withheld or redacted.
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