Who is Ghislaine Maxwell and what did the U.S Government charge her for?

Ghislaine Maxwell is an Oxford-educated daughter of the late Robert Maxwell, founder of Mirror Newspaper and former MP of the British Parliament.

Ghislaine was born on 25th December 1961, in Oxfordshire, UK. She is the youngest child of her parent, the most loved by her father.

Her father had initially intended to marry his darling girl to the son of former US President, John F. Kennedy.  

At Oxford, Ghislaine would become a socialite and that would raise eyebrows of UK citizens as her father was the subject of corruption investigation for embezzling pension fund of the 32,000 workers of The Daily Mirror.

Soon after graduating from Oxford, her father would appoint her to become the director of Oxford United, a football club he owned.

Later she would be sent to New York to serve as the representative of her father at the HQ of New York Daily News, a struggling agency her father acquired. It was at this point that she entered the social scene of Manhattan.

Her father’s body was found afloat and lifeless after he fell off his yacht.

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What is US Government charging Ghislaine Maxwell with?

Epstein is a US billionaire and financier who started dating Ghislaine Maxwell in 1992. Ghislaine from then became a central figure in Epstein’s life.

Ghislaine Maxwell was charged with six criminal counts which include conspiracy to entice a minor to travel to engage in illegal sex acts; conspiracy to transport a minor with the intent to engage in criminal sexual activity; transporting a minor with the intent to engage in criminal sexual activity, and conspiracy to commit sex trafficking of minors.

After days of deliberation, a US jury has found, former girlfriend of deceased Epstein, guilty of aiding her disgraced partner to sexually abuse teenage girls.

Ghislaine Maxwell, 60, could face up to 40 years behind bars.

Source: unitedshowbiz.com.gh


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