Shocking Evidence Discovered In The Ghislaine Maxwell Case, Her Attorneys Are Fighting To Keep It Quiet

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In the case of Ghislaine Maxwell, things are starting to heat up with all the new evidence that is coming to light.

As you know, Maxwell has been in the headlines ever since she was recently arrested and taken into custody. Officials are carefully monitoring her so they don’t end up with another death like Jeffery Epstein’s.

It is rumored that a lot of people want her dead before she has a chance to reveal any damning evidence against them. It has not been confirmed who all she may have dirt on but we can be confident the former President Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew are both involved.

Maxwell’s lawyers are working meticulously to suppress any evidence that may contain sensitive information such as nude photographs or sexual videos. The rumor mill has been churning out speculation about some big-name individuals being involved in sexual activities with underage girls. For the safety of the victims, it is very important that such evidence doesn’t make its way into the wrong hands.

A proposed protective order has been filed by Maxwell’s attorneys that detailed the discovery materials they believe should be kept away from the eyes of the public and filed under seal in the Manhattan federal court case. The order includes any “highly confidential” information which should not be “disseminated, transmitted, or otherwise copied.”

According to the official court papers, “Highly Confidential Information contains nude, partially nude, or otherwise sexualized images, videos, or others depictions of individuals.”

Prosecutors have been working with Maxwell’s attorneys to determine which of the discovery materials should be made public. The filings state they only disagreed on two details. One of which was whether Maxwell’s defense attorneys should be allowed to disclose the identities of the victims who have already come forward to speak on the record or to the medial.

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