The jury will hear from Epstein’s pilots, household staff, members of law enforcement, and a former employee of the multimillionaire. Evidence in the trial will include “a schoolgirl outfit,” flight logs, and FedEx records showing Epstein’s gifts to a girl who was only 15 years old.
Ghislaine Maxwell arrived in court on Monday looking put-together and demure, sporting a cream-colored sweater and simple black slacks. She waved happily at her sister Isabel, who was on hand for the proceedings, and took copious notes. The socialite’s demeanor stood in stark contrast to earlier appearances in court, when she looked gaunt and disheveled and when her team accused jail guards of mistreating her. She wore a face mask that often slipped below her nose, as the prosecutors delivered opening remarks from inside a plexiglass box, in a nod to COVID-19 safety protocols.
Ghislaine Maxwell Trial Will Hear Sordid Tales of Schoolgirl Outfits, Gifts to Teens, and Obsessive Sex AbuseGhislaine Maxwell Trial Will Hear Sordid Tales of Schoolgirl Outfits, Gifts to Teens, and Obsessive Sex Abuse