Ghislaine Maxwell's Lawyers Fought Against Searches Of Her Emails

 January 11, 2024

A federal court in New York had ordered lawyers of Ghislaine Maxwell to search her emails for various vulgar terms that would support evidence that she ran a high-profile underground sex ring alongside her boss, Jeffrey Epstein.

To say that the lawyers were not cooperative with the request would be a massive understatement.

On the list of terms that the lawyers refused to see if Maxwell had emailed about was a "list of first names that belonged to Epstein accusers, associates, and others."

The lawyers refused, saying that the names were too common, and the searches would return hundreds of irrelevant results.

One of the search terms was "British Prince Andrew." I don't know how common that name is across the world. It's probably more likely Maxwell's lawyers just didn't want to incriminate their client.

Other terms that the lawyers were arguing about were things like "nipple," "schoolgirl," and "servitude."