BREAKING: Epstein's Mistress' Emails Hacked, Damaging Info on Elites Could Be Released
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According to a new bombshell report, Jeffrey Epstein's "partner" Ghislaine Maxwell's emails were recently hacked which included potentially damaging information relating to high profile individuals.
“The revelation was made in a letter filed by the British socialite’s lawyers in the defamation case brought against her by Jeffrey Epstein accuser Virginia Guiffre,” The Daily Mail reported. “The letter was sent by Maxwell’s attorney, Ty Gee, on December 5 to New York federal court Judge Loretta A. Preska but made public last week. The letter addresses the materials that should remain sealed or redacted in the case.”
According to the letter, publicly released documents from the U.S. Court of Appeals did not correctly redact private information.
The letter reads:
Despite the Second Circuit’s best efforts, it made serious mistakes. For example, it redacted a non-party’s name in one location but not another; so the media immediately gained access to that name.
As another example, it redacted Ms. Maxwell’s email address (which linked to her own domain name) in one location but not another; shortly afterward hackers breached the host computer.
The hack could be terrible news for Maxwell and high profile people considering “the email security breach means that 58-year-old Maxwell’s emails could be sold or leaked to the public and potentially reveal more details about individuals connected to Epstein.”
The Telegraph suggests that "a rogue state" could possibly be behind the attack, noting that lawyers in the United States were trying to stop the release of 8,500 documents that are “said to contain damaging new sex claims about Epstein’s vast network of celebrity friends.”
“It appears from her email address, which the Telegraph is choosing not to publish, that Ms Maxwell had set up her own secret mail server rather than entrusting her messages to major providers like Google or Yahoo. The server appears to have been run through a New York-based website registered under the name Jennifer Turner, an apparent pseudonym,” The Telegraph stated. “Running a personal server can offer added legal protection against handover requests from law enforcement, but it can also leave emails more vulnerable to hackers.”
Maxwell has been under FBI investigation since last December. Check out what Reuters reported:
The FBI is investigating British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell and several other people linked to U.S. financier Jeffrey Epstein, who killed himself while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges, according to two law enforcement sources familiar with the investigation.
They said a principal focus of the FBI’s investigation is Maxwell, a longtime associate of Epstein, and other “people who facilitated” Epstein’s allegedly illegal behavior.
The Sun suggests that Maxwell has so much dirt on the elites that she personally “believes she will escape prosecution and return to her high society party life once ‘the dust has settled’, according to a pal of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged madam."
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