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[Crime Stories with Nancy Grace] VERDICT WATCH: Madame Perv Ghislaine Maxwell Awaits Jury

We are on verdict watch in the sex trafficking trial of Ghislaine Maxwell. The wealthy socialite is accused of being a central player in Jeffrey Epstein’s decades of sexual abuse of minors. Defense attorneys say Maxwell is a scapegoat taking the fall for a man’s misdeeds.

Four victims testified in this case, however, Maxwell did not.

The defense portrays Maxwell as a victim, and the accusers as basically in it for the money Epstein’s estate set aside for victims of his abuse after his death.  The jury is now in their second full day of deliberations.

Joining Nancy Grace Today:

Wendy Patrick- California Prosecutor; author of “Red Flags,” & Host of “The Answer” on KCBQ Radio; Co-Director: Women’s and Children’s Advocacy Project at the Center for Law and Social Responsibility; Former Visiting Scholar at Harvard Law School; Contributing Editor: “The Sexual Assault Report;” Author: “And Justice For Some”
Dr. Theresa Gil, Ph.D. – Professor of Psychology and Psychotherapist, 25 years Working with Child Abuse and Trauma Victims, Author: “Women Who Were Sexually Abused as Children: Mothering, Resilience, and Protecting the Next Generation”
Joe Scott Morgan
JoScott Morgan – Professor of Forensics: Jacksonville State University; Author, “Blood Beneath My Feet;” Host: “Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan”

Additional Guest

  • Jackie Howard – CrimeOnline Investigative Reporter

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[Feature Photo: FILE – In this Nov. 7, 1991, file photo, Ghislaine Maxwell, daughter of late British publisher Robert Maxwell, reads a statement expressing her family’s gratitude to Spanish authorities after recovery of his body. Jeffrey Epstein’s former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell has been held in U.S. jail since July 2020, and her brother Ian Maxwell said Wednesday, March 10, 2021, she should be released on bail, claiming that she was being held in “degrading” conditions that amount to torture. (AP Photo/Dominique Mollard, File)]