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Ghislaine Maxwell Faces Sentencing as Epstein Victims Confront Her in Court

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One of Jeffrey Epstein’s victims bravely shared her story of surviving trauma and two suicide attempts, revealing the unbearable pain caused by the sexual abuse enabled by Ghislaine Maxwell, Your Content has learned.

Today, Maxwell, aged 60, is set to be sentenced after being found guilty of sex trafficking in December.

Prosecutors have urged Judge Alison Nathan to impose a minimum sentence of 30 years, citing Maxwell’s complete lack of remorse. However, Maxwell herself argues for a four-year sentence, claiming she poses no threat to the public.

During the court proceedings, two victims, Annie Farmer and an individual known as ‘Kate,’ will directly address Maxwell with their statements. Farmer arrived at the Manhattan courthouse accompanied by her lawyer, alongside other victims Sarah Ransome and Elizabeth Stein.

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In her impactful statement, Ransome described herself as “nothing more than a sex toy with a heartbeat and soul” used for the entertainment of Epstein, Maxwell, and others.

This sentencing serves as a culmination of the victims’ decades-long pursuit of justice against Maxwell and Epstein, according to NPR.

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