US jury finds Ghislaine Maxwell guilty of aiding Jeffrey Epstein’s sex abuse • FRANCE 24

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Ghislaine Maxwell was found guilty by a U.S. jury on Wednesday of helping the late financier Jeffrey Epstein sexually abuse teenage girls, sealing a remarkable fall from grace for the British socialite.

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