For those who have been following the Jeffrey Epstein story from the beginning, one name above all others send shivers down the spine: Ghislaine Maxwell.
Maxwell has been named by a great many of the sex trafficker’s victims as an accomplice to Epstein, who would work to “procure” children for exploitation. Her close ties to Epstein led her to be intrinsically involved in the heinous business at hand, and has subsequently disappeared after her former boss’s arrest and alleged suicide.
It has just become infinitely more difficult for Maxwell to hide, however.
Jennifer Araoz, now 32, alleges Maxwell and three other associates of Epstein’s “conspired with each other to make possible and otherwise facilitate the sexual abuse and rape of Plaintiff,” according to the lawsuit obtained by Fox News.
The lawsuit comes thanks to a brilliant legal maneuver in New York State.
The lawsuit filed is one of the first to be filed under the Child Victims Act, a new New York state law that took effect on midnight Wednesday. The law allows child abuse victims to sue their alleged abusers for one year, regardless of when the abuse took place.
Maxwell has been under constant scrutiny by citizen investigators, who have identified her in a number of photographs of Epstein and others.
Famously, Ghislaine was spotted in the crowd at Chelsea Clinton’s wedding – despite her famous father’s consistent downplaying of his friendship with the child sex traffickers.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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