Alleged Jeffrey Epstein sex crime accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell tried to flee from FBI agents before arrest, prosecutors reveal

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  • Federal prosecutors warned a judge that Ghislaine Maxwell, the British socialite charged with helping the late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein feed his craving for underage girls, is likely to flee the United States if granted bail.
  • Prosecutors cited the millions of dollars that Maxwell has held in “dozens” of overseas bank accounts, her citizenship in France, and the fact that she tried to flee from FBI agents who arrested her earlier in July in a $1 million New Hampshire hideaway purchased under the name of a legal entity to hide the actual owner.
  • Epstein, a wealthy investor who was a former friend of Presidents Donald Trump and Bill Clinton, died from what has been ruled a suicide in a Manhattan jail.

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