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Ghislaine Maxwell Jurors Will See Evidence Seized From Epstein’s Home

  • Judge rules on motions as preparations continue for trial
  • Socialite says at hearing she has not committed any crime
Epstein's home in Palm Beach.
Epstein's home in Palm Beach.Photographer: Emily Michot/Miami Herald/TNS via Getty Images/Tribune News Service

Jurors at British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell’s upcoming trial will get to see evidence seized from disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion, including a massage table on which he allegedly used to sexually assault teenage girls. 

The ruling came during a three-hour hearing Monday in a Manhattan courtroom as lawyers for both sides argued over what evidence can be presented at her trial. Jury selection is scheduled to begin Nov. 15, with opening arguments slated for Nov. 29.