Ghislaine Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to federal sex trafficking charges that allege she helped the late financier Jeffrey Epstein recruit and sexually abuse girls.
- The new charges add a new victim to the three victims already described in the indictment
- The original trial date was set for July 12
- Her lawyers maintain they need months of additional preparation because of the new charges
Ms Maxwell, 59, entered her plea in person before US District Judge Alison Nathan in Manhattan, to charges that were included in an eight-count indictment unveiled on March 29.
The British socialite and one-time girlfriend of Epstein, pleaded not guilty to sex trafficking conspiracy and an additional sex trafficking charge that were added in…
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