GHISLAINE Maxwell shouldn’t be granted bail as a result of she is an “excessive danger of flight” who precipitated “lasting hurt” to Epstein’s victims, court docket paperwork say.
The British socialite, 58, has been charged with six counts of intercourse trafficking and perjury in relation to her relationship with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein – however is in court docket right this moment from 1pm New York time (6pm BST).
The doc says: “There can be no trial for the victims if the defendant is afforded the chance to flee the jurisdiction, and there may be each motive to assume that’s precisely what she’s going to do if she is launched.
“The defendant poses a transparent danger of flight, and no circumstances of bail may moderately guarantee her continued look on this case.”
Prosecutors are involved that if was to be granted bail, she would use her French passport to journey to a European nation that has no extradition to the US.
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