Ghislaine Maxwell, the alleged accomplice of the late financier Jeffrey Epstein, has been moved to a jail in NY, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, where she faces charges of facilitating a sex-trafficking ring.
Maxwell's ex-lover, the late Jeffrey Epstein, killed himself in August in a Manhattan jail cell while awaiting a fresh sex-trafficking case. "We decline to comment further", the Federal Bureau of Prisons told Fox News.
She is now being held at the Metropolitan Detention Centre in Brooklyn.
Sources close to the Duke said his legal team had written to the Department of Justice in the USA two to three days before Federal Bureau of Investigation agents swooped, arresting Ms Maxwell, 58, at her hideout in New Hampshire on Thursday. Maxwell also waived an identity hearing in New Hampshire, admitting, in other words, that she was the person that had been indicted in NY.
The parties in the criminal case against Ghislaine Maxwell, 58, have jointly asked the Southern District of NY to arraign Maxwell and hear bail arguments on July 10, which is this coming Friday.
Now that Maxwell is behind bars, Giuffre said she hopes the socialite begins to talk to investigators about who may have participated in the alleged abuse of the young minors alongside Epstein.
In a statement on Monday, Fox News said, "On Sunday, July 5, a report on Ghislaine Maxwell during Fox News Channel's "America's News HQ" mistakenly eliminated President Donald Trump from a photo alongside then Melania Knauss, Jeffrey Epstein and Maxwell".
Talulah Riley, Elon Musk's ex-wife, recently came out to deny the "truly awful" rumors regarding her old relationship with the CEO of Tesla.
Prosecutors wrote in a July 5 letter to U.S. District Court Judge Alison Nathan that they consulted with Maxwell's lawyer, Christian Everdell, for a bail hearing to take place on July 10.
While his death was ruled a suicide, it has fueled conspiracy theories, most speculating he was murdered to stop him from revealing compromising information about wealthy acquaintances.
"She is going to be naming some big names - not only in terms of those who abused underage girls at Epstein's parties - but also those who made financial agreements with Epstein or benefited from his generosity, including flying on his plane and staying at this homes", Page Six quoted Hoffenberg as saying.