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Lawyers arrive at New York court for Ghislaine Maxwell appearance

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Lawyers for Ghislaine Maxwell, as well as attorneys for the victims in the case against her, arrive outside court. Maxwell is appearing in court this afternoon in her first in-person courtroom appearance since her arrest last July for alleged involvement in the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking of girls. IMAGES

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