The guilty verdict has been announced for former socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, who was found guilty of luring underage girls for sexual abuse. She was once the boss and companion of Jeffrey Epstein, who pleaded not guilty to five counts of sex trafficking. Her trial was delayed by 18 months, and the jury is still out. In the meantime, the public is left to wonder: Whats next for the former “Courthouse Girl.”
The trial concluded last month, and the verdict has been announced. Maxwell was found guilty of all the charges, except one count involving enticing a minor. That charge carries a maximum sentence of 40 years, but Maxwell was cleared of a second count involving a witness, named Jane. The other count, enticing a minor to travel, involves sexual activity and a sentence of up to five years ofilmywapcom.
The jury has been sifting through hundreds of pages of evidence in order to come to a decision. The trial ended with a unanimous decision. As a result, the alleged grooming of young girls continues. She faces up to 65 years in prison. Her lawyer said the conviction will only serve as a “mockery.” Despite this verdict, the socialite is now facing a lengthy and humiliating prison term majesticnews.