The revelations from Ghislaine Maxwell ‘s bombshell collection of court documents just keep coming. In the latest viewing of the documents, it has been unearthed that Virginia (the main accuser) had actually been alone with Prince Andrew more than most originally knew. Two of the documents reveal lurid details about how she was forced to “endlessly” entertain Andrew on two different occasions eventually only paid a paltry $1,000.
Ghislaine Maxwell speaks at a news conference at the United Nations in New York in June 2013. Photograph: Reuters Tv/Reuters
Even further the documents then go on to reveal that Ghislaine allegedly trained some of the underage girls to be “quite literal sex slaves” in all sense of the term. The extent of those trainings ranged from abuse; emotional abuse, alleged entrapment, and wildly disturbing depictions and descriptions of Ghislaine ‘s own genitals.
In case it couldn’t get any worse, the claims go on to claim that Virginia was instructed; led, and often swayed into performing sexual acts on numerous rich and old men. Among those notably includes a scientist; a fashion designer, US Politicians, and Prince Andrew. Most of those men have already come out publicly denying the allegations although the allegations continue to get more serious as the days go by.
Perhaps the more intricate details are contained in e-mails between Virginia and her lawyer — who made quite the contentious allegation in 2016.
“‘It is your contention that ‘Ghislaine Maxwell had sex with underage girls virtually every day when I was around her’, correct?” Giuffre was asked during a May 2016 deposition contained in this document cache.
“All right. With whom did Ghislaine Maxwell have sex in your presence?” she was asked.
“Ghislaine Maxwell brought me into the sex-trafficking industry. She’s the one who abused me on a regular basis. She’s the one that procured me, told me what to do, trained me as a sex slave, abused me physically, abused me mentally,” Giuffre also said.
Ghislaine ‘s legal team is still fighting to keep other documents from public view. It is widely believed that those documents contain the names of even more rich and powerful people that allegedly abused young women around the world.