Epstein Associate, Ghislaine Maxwell, Charged with Enticement of Minors

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EXCLUSIVE. SPECIAL FEES APPLY. PLEASE CONTACT US. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Albanpix/Shutterstock (1294657h) Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell Jeffrey Epstein and Guests on a Pheasant Shoot with Prince Andrew, Sandringham, Norfolk, Britain - 08 Dec 2000 Following further revelations Prince Andrew is facing growing pressure over his links to billionaire convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. As the scandal grows the Duke of York was summoned to see the Queen at Buckingham Palace where she allegedly expressed her concern. According to recent reports Epstein was allowed to land his private jet at an RAF fighter base during a visit to Sandringham in December 2000. Epstein, the Duke's friend Ghislaine Maxwell and several others allegedly flew into RAF Marham in Norfolk on Epstein's Gulfstream jet. According to The Daily Telegraph newspaper they had arrived in Britain the previous day after catching a flight from New York into Paris and then onto Luton.The group stayed at Sandringham - the Queen's country estate - as guests of Prince Andrew for several days. Here they enjoyed a number of typical country pursuits, including a pheasant Shoot.

Jeffrey Epstein’s sometimes girlfriend and alleged accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell was charged by New York prosecutors yesterday on 6 counts.

The counts are as follows:

  • Two counts of perjury
  • Enticement and conspiracy to entice minors to travel to engage in illegal sex acts
  • Transportation and conspiracy to transport minors with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity

She was arrested after purchasing a home in the small town of Bradford, New Hampshire and bail has not yet been set. It is unclear what new information has come to light that led to the arrest of Epstein’s supposed “madam.”

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