Ghislaine Maxwell Found Guilty in Sex-Trafficking Case

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Ghislaine Maxwell was found guilty in the case accusing her of luring and grooming underage girls for sexual abuse by Jeffrey Epstein. Tina Davis reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak.”

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