The Maxwell trial continues to expose more facts about the international trafficking ring….
According to the latest court testimony, Epstein wired Maxwell a whopping sum of $31 million during their time together as co-conspirators and lovers.
We do not yet know what these payments were for or why, but these are no small sums.
No matter how wealthy someone is, wire transfers that big don’t just happen. They’re always for something.
I highly doubt he was wiring her millions just because he loved her…
Here’s what we currently know:
JPMorgan Banker Testifies Epstein Wired Maxwell $31 Million
"On 10/19/99, Epstein sold $18.3 million worth of stock, then transferred that amount to Maxwell, the banker said. He did a similar $5 million transfer in September 2002 and one for $7.4 million in June 2007."
— JL227713🇺🇲 (@JL227713) December 7, 2021
Bloomberg had more on the wire transfers:
JPMorgan Chase Executive Director Patrick McHugh testified at Ghislaine Maxwell’s sex-trafficking trial that Jeffrey Epstein wired tens of millions of dollars to the British socialite.
McHugh was called to the stand on Monday by prosecutors to describe transactions involving Epstein’s accounts. On Oct. 19, 1999, Epstein sold $18.3 million worth of stock, then transferred that amount to Maxwell, the banker said. He did a similar $5 million transfer in September 2002 and one for $7.4 million in June 2007, for a total of $30.7 million.
NBC News reports that Maxwell denies all allegations:
Prosecutors have accused Maxwell, 59, a British socialite, of identifying and targeting vulnerable young women and “grooming” them for sex with Epstein and other powerful men.
Maxwell, who is on trial accused of helping Epstein recruit and abuse Jane and three other underage girls, mostly in the 1990s, has denied all the accusations and pleaded not guilty to the six charges.