Ghislane Maxwell will be sentenced in June after Geoffrey Epstein was found guilty of sex trafficking of minors.
Shameless Brit socialist Maxwell, 60, is now spending the rest of his life in prison after being convicted on six counts of sex trafficking for the bad Epstein’s pedophile ring.
Maxwell helped convince vulnerable teenagers between 1994 and 2004 to sexually abuse Epstein’s various attributes.
On the final day of the trial in December, Assistant US Attorney Alison Moe summed up the prosecution case against Maxwell, saying she was “a grown woman who hunts vulnerable children.”
Maxwell was a “sophisticated predator, who knew exactly what she was doing,” the prosecutor said, “and ran the same playbook over and over again.”
“She manipulated her victims and groomed them.
When sentenced by a jury of six women and six men, Maxwell – labeled “dangerous” by the prosecution – showed little emotion.
She will now find her sentence on June 28, 2022.
It comes just days after the royal turmoil, as Prince Andrew faces a civil court suit for his connection with the humiliated Maxwell and Epstein.
He is accused of having sex with 17-year-old Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who claims she was smuggled in by Maxwell and Epstein.
The Duke of York – now deprived of his military and royal titles – vehemently denies any wrongdoing.
Prince Andrew’s rape accuser has claimed that a “rich and powerful” account will be taken as his case against the Duke continues.
The 38-year-old has spoken for the first time since the humiliating verdict against the Queen’s “favorite son.”
He won the first battle this week when a judge dismissed Andrew’s attempts to torpedo his suit using a backroom $ 500k contract signed with Epstein.
This is the first time Duke has been prosecuting his allegations since he went public in 2011.
Taking to Twitter, Virginia said: “I am pleased with Judge Kaplan’s decision to allow me to pursue my case against Prince Andrew.
“I’m glad I had the opportunity to uncover the truth, and I’m very grateful to my extraordinary legal team.”