A stunning decision made last week by deceased pedophile and child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein’s notorious madam, Ghislaine Maxwell, may possibly signal the beginning of the end for Epstein’s many suspected cohorts.
Maxwell’s attorney, Laura A. Menninger, submitted a letter last week to the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York judge overseeing her client’s case, Judge Loretta Preska.
In the letter, Menninger wrote that her client was dropping her objection to the unsealing of past court documents containing the names of Epstein’s cohorts, who for the time being are known publicly only as “John Does.”
One of Epstein’s most famous accusers, his former alleged sex slave Virginia Roberts Giuffre, sued Maxwell years ago, accusing the infamous madam of having recruited her to work as Epstein’s masseuse when she was only 15.
After the suit was settled in 2017, Giuffre lobbied for the related court documents to be unsealed, but Maxwell joined Epstein’s yet-unnamed cohorts in opposing these efforts.