New court documents obtained by The New York Post claims Ghislaine Maxwell had been taking pictures of topless women and girls as a “hobby” and keeping the pictures in Jeffrey Epstein’s mansion in Florida.
Juan Alessi, Epstein’s former butler, said Ghislaine had an entire album of young girls without clothes on, The Daily Mail reported. The former Epstein employee explained how it was like a hobby, and many of the girls were bathing in the sun in the photographs.
There wasn’t any penetration in the pictures, he added. The 70-year-old said he was given cash to pay “over 100” girls to give Epstein and Maxwell massages. He would often find s*x toys in the room which he would clean.
During his time working at the mansion, Alessi explained how he would often have to clean off things like dildos and other sexual items. He was the butler for Epstein and Maxwell from 1990 until 2002.
The Daily Mail says the statement was made to lawyers working for Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who sued Maxwell in 2015 for defamation for claiming she had lied. Her suit was settled in 2017, but the amount was never revealed.
Recently, the court documents were unsealed, and more will be broken open in the coming weeks. Followers of the case know Ghislaine is currently staying at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, New York.
She has been accused of luring young women and underage girls into a human s*x trafficking ring. Last August, the 66-year-old, Epstein, was found dead in his jail cell, sparking a number of conspiracy theories as to what really happened to him.
Earlier this year, it was reported that Ghislaine was also concerned about her well-being behind bars. Sources said to the New York Post that Ghislaine was frightened for her life, and she doesn’t believe Epstein killed himself either.
Maxwell was arrested earlier this summer. The authorities found her hiding in a New Hampshire mansion out in the wilderness. A judge denied Ghislaine’s bail, claiming she had proven herself to be especially adept at avoiding the police.