This was shocking!
An accuser of Jeffrey Epstein recently spoke out after his former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell was found guilty on several charges following her arrest.
In a shocking turn of events the accuser admitted that she found Maxwell to be far “more evil” than Jeffrey Epstein.
Virginia Giuffre, the one of many victims of Maxwell and Epstein was unable to testify during Maxwell’s trial however she said she felt relieved the jury convicted her and referred to her as “the devil’s right-hand man” after she was found guilty on 5 out of 6 charges placed against her.
According to The Cut, Giuffre explained that she has been waiting for this day for over 10 years to come and she was unsure if it would even happen. “”Since the trial started, I’ve been having sleepless nights, wanting to get inside of the jurors’ minds,” she said. She then expressed happiness that they saw Maxwell for who she truly was.
Giuffre claimed that Maxwell’s lawyers attempted to claim that she was just a manager for Epstein. However, Giuffre further explained that Maxwell knew full and well what was going on and even participated in the abuse.
“She made these appointments for him. She actively went out there and scouted for new girls,” Giuffre explained. “She was part of the sexual encounters at times. To paint herself as just the ‘house manager’ is a load of crock.”
“She’s definitely worse than Epstein,” she further noted. “She used that charm, that wit, that smile to come off as somebody you want to trust. Epstein did a whole bunch of really bad stuff, acting on his sick urges … But Ghislaine facilitated it. She was the one out there bringing the girls in for him and participating in some of the sexual events. She’s worse to me, more evil than Epstein. What Ghislaine did to so many of us, it’s unforgivable.”
Maxwell could now face a total of 70 years behind bars which will be a life sentence for her if she does get all 70 years. Jeffrey Epstein on the other hand died while in jail in 2019 as he was awaiting his trial. Epstein’s death was ruled a suicide by officials.