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I’m looking forward to discussing the second day of Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial with @DanAbrams on @DanAbramsLive.

Tune in to his show soon on @NewsNationNow.
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In case you missed the interview on @DanAbramsLive, you can watch it here with a scene-setter catching you up on key moments from “Jane’s” testimony against Ghislaine Maxwell. youtu.be/qJjBWtl2qhs
 
In reply to @KlasfeldReports
Court adjourns for the evening. Cross-examination continues on Wednesday.
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ICYMI today's coverage: Here's my write-up of "Jane's" grueling and emotional testimony—up to the start of her cross-examination. It continues on Wednesday, when I'll continue to cover it in real time. lawandcrime.com/live-trials/gh… via @lawcrimenews
 
I’m looking forward to discussing the second day of Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial with @DanAbrams on @DanAbramsLive.

Tune in to his show soon on @NewsNationNow.
 
Adam Klasfeld Retweeted ·  
No cameras in the SDNY but who needs it when you have @LawCrimeNetwork @KlasfeldReports in the court and reporting via Twitter and on @LawCrimeDaily
 
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The defense attorney is asking a series of questions about where "Jane" lived and where she went to school. She appears to be trying to undercut testimony about her family's financial struggles when she says she met Maxwell and Epstein.
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
Court adjourns for the evening. Cross-examination continues on Wednesday.
 
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Cross-examination begins The first question, summarized, is: You waited 20 years to report to law enforcement?
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
The defense attorney is asking a series of questions about where "Jane" lived and where she went to school. She appears to be trying to undercut testimony about her family's financial struggles when she says she met Maxwell and Epstein.
 
Adam Klasfeld Retweeted ·  
.@KlasfeldReports covering the Ghislaine Maxwell trial in federal court in Manhattan
 
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"Jane," on why she is testifying anonymously: "Victim shaming is still very present until this day."
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
Cross-examination begins The first question, summarized, is: You waited 20 years to report to law enforcement?
 
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Asked about the long-term impacts of her experiences with Epstein and Maxwell, "Jane" asks: "How do you navigate a healthy relationship with a broken compass?" "I didn't know what real love was supposed to look like." "It ruined my self-esteem, my self-worth," she adds later.
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
"Jane," on why she is testifying anonymously: "Victim shaming is still very present until this day."
 
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"Jane" about Maxwell and Epstein's attention: "Initially, I felt special. I didn't have much support or attention at home."
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Asked about the long-term impacts of her experiences with Epstein and Maxwell, "Jane" asks: "How do you navigate a healthy relationship with a broken compass?" "I didn't know what real love was supposed to look like." "It ruined my self-esteem, my self-worth," she adds later.
 
In reply to @KlasfeldReports
She said her mother slapped her and told her she shouldn't tell anyone about her feelings and what's going on at home.
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"Jane" about Maxwell and Epstein's attention: "Initially, I felt special. I didn't have much support or attention at home."
 
In reply to @KlasfeldReports
Assistant U.S. Attorney Alison Moe asks her if she considered self-harm. She replies yes, her voice cracking as she describes things seeming "hopeless." She spoke to a school guidance counselor about her sadness, she said.
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
She said her mother slapped her and told her she shouldn't tell anyone about her feelings and what's going on at home.
 
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She says she didn't tell her mother about any sexual abuse because she felt ashamed, thought it was her fault, and was in a household when you didn't speak unless spoken to. "I was afraid that I would be in trouble if I said something," she says.
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
Assistant U.S. Attorney Alison Moe asks her if she considered self-harm. She replies yes, her voice cracking as she describes things seeming "hopeless." She spoke to a school guidance counselor about her sadness, she said.
 
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She said her mother was "enamored" of this idea that "these wealthy, affluent people took an interest in me." "They must think I'm special, and I should be grateful about the attention that I'm receiving."
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
She says she didn't tell her mother about any sexual abuse because she felt ashamed, thought it was her fault, and was in a household when you didn't speak unless spoken to. "I was afraid that I would be in trouble if I said something," she says.
 
In reply to @KlasfeldReports
Brief, 10-minute recess.
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She said her mother was "enamored" of this idea that "these wealthy, affluent people took an interest in me." "They must think I'm special, and I should be grateful about the attention that I'm receiving."
 
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She gets audibly emotional saying: "I felt my heart sinking into my stomach." Asked why, she voice cracks as she replies: "Because I didn't want to see him."
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
Brief, 10-minute recess.
 
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"Jane" testifies that she was also abused in New York. "If it wasn't an orgy in the massage room, it was in Jeffrey's bedroom," where she says she would typically be alone with him, "Jane" says. This abuse also happened when she was 14, 15 and 16, she adds.
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
She gets audibly emotional saying: "I felt my heart sinking into my stomach." Asked why, she voice cracks as she replies: "Because I didn't want to see him."
 
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"Jane" says that other people were sometimes present during her abuse. "She would start taking her clothes off, and Jeffrey would get on the massage table." And it would turn into this "orgy."
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
"Jane" testifies that she was also abused in New York. "If it wasn't an orgy in the massage room, it was in Jeffrey's bedroom," where she says she would typically be alone with him, "Jane" says. This abuse also happened when she was 14, 15 and 16, she adds.
 
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The prosecutor, apologizing for having to ask the q-, asks about Epstein and sex toys. "Jane": "He liked to use vibrators, which were of different sizes. He liked to use the back massagers, which were really painful." "He would put it on my vagina, even if I said that it hurt."
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
"Jane" says that other people were sometimes present during her abuse. "She would start taking her clothes off, and Jeffrey would get on the massage table." And it would turn into this "orgy."
 
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"Jane": "It's all these mixed emotions when you're 14. You don't know what is going on." "He would touch my breasts. He would touch my vagina." Q: Did you touch Epstein's body? A: Yes. Q: Where did you touch his body? A: Everywhere.
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
The prosecutor, apologizing for having to ask the q-, asks about Epstein and sex toys. "Jane": "He liked to use vibrators, which were of different sizes. He liked to use the back massagers, which were really painful." "He would put it on my vagina, even if I said that it hurt."
 
In reply to @KlasfeldReports
Asked how Epstein liked to be massaged, "Jane" says that he liked to be massaged "hard" — "twisting his nipples hard, rubbing his feet hard," she says.
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
"Jane": "It's all these mixed emotions when you're 14. You don't know what is going on." "He would touch my breasts. He would touch my vagina." Q: Did you touch Epstein's body? A: Yes. Q: Where did you touch his body? A: Everywhere.
 
In reply to @KlasfeldReports
Another instance, she says that Epstein and Maxwell started to fondle each other and casually giggling about it in front of her. "Jane" says she was 14 at the time.
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
Asked how Epstein liked to be massaged, "Jane" says that he liked to be massaged "hard" — "twisting his nipples hard, rubbing his feet hard," she says.
 
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Q: Can you describe to the jury what happened when he took you inside the pool house? She says he pulled his sweatpants down, pulled her on top of him, "proceeded to masturbate on me" and then left. "I was frozen with fear," she says. "I had never seen a penis before."
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
Another instance, she says that Epstein and Maxwell started to fondle each other and casually giggling about it in front of her. "Jane" says she was 14 at the time.
 
In reply to @KlasfeldReports
She says she was 14 years old when she first had sexual contact with Jeffrey Epstein.
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Q: Can you describe to the jury what happened when he took you inside the pool house? She says he pulled his sweatpants down, pulled her on top of him, "proceeded to masturbate on me" and then left. "I was frozen with fear," she says. "I had never seen a penis before."
 
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"Jane" gives some examples of famous people they boasted about being associated with: "Donald Trump, Bill Clinton, Mike Wallace."
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
She says she was 14 years old when she first had sexual contact with Jeffrey Epstein.
 
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She recalls Maxwell telling her: "Once you've fucked them, you can always fuck them again because they've been grandfathered in." "Jane" recalls laughing because she didn't know what the word "grandfathered" meant.
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
"Jane" gives some examples of famous people they boasted about being associated with: "Donald Trump, Bill Clinton, Mike Wallace."
 
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"Jane" recalls visiting Epstein's pool and seeing "at least four women and Ghislaine," remembering them being "topless." "Some" of them were naked, she said. pic.twitter.com/vgtTEmwATh
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
She recalls Maxwell telling her: "Once you've fucked them, you can always fuck them again because they've been grandfathered in." "Jane" recalls laughing because she didn't know what the word "grandfathered" meant.
 
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Asked how she would go to Epstein's house, "Jane" says: "Jeffrey would send his chauffeur for me." Q: Did you have a driver's license at the time? A: No.
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
"Jane" recalls visiting Epstein's pool and seeing "at least four women and Ghislaine," remembering them being "topless." "Some" of them were naked, she said.
 
In reply to @KlasfeldReports
"Jane," describing her thoughts the first time she metEpstein and Maxwell: "They seemed very friendly. I thought they were a married couple. They seemed very inquisitive."
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
Asked how she would go to Epstein's house, "Jane" says: "Jeffrey would send his chauffeur for me." Q: Did you have a driver's license at the time? A: No.
 
In reply to @KlasfeldReports
Is there a way we can listen to the audio?
Replying to @kathygriffin
Nope. But the courtroom is open to the public, and the judge said this morning seats were available in overflow rooms.
 
In reply to @KlasfeldReports
"Jane" is describing meeting Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein for the first time.
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
"Jane," describing her thoughts the first time she metEpstein and Maxwell: "They seemed very friendly. I thought they were a married couple. They seemed very inquisitive."
 
In reply to @KlasfeldReports
She testifies about her father's death from leukemia, her family's economic difficulties and then pivots to her studies at Interlochen, a renowned arts academy in Michigan. (Epstein's pilot talked about this camp in the morning session. Prosecutors alluded to it in openings.)
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
"Jane" is describing meeting Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein for the first time.
 
In reply to @KlasfeldReports
A photograph of her at the age of 13 is submitted under seal.
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
She testifies about her father's death from leukemia, her family's economic difficulties and then pivots to her studies at Interlochen, a renowned arts academy in Michigan. (Epstein's pilot talked about this camp in the morning session. Prosecutors alluded to it in openings.)
 
In reply to @KlasfeldReports
Asked who was most frequently in the room when she says Jeffrey Epstein sexually assaulted her, she replies: "Ghislaine Maxwell."
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
A photograph of her at the age of 13 is submitted under seal.
 
In reply to @KlasfeldReports
Reminder: The U.S. Attorney's office has requested that reporters observe journalism ethics norms not to ID people who say they're survivors of sexual assault. "Jane" just said that she was sexually assaulted by Epstein "more than once" when she was 14 years old.
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
Asked who was most frequently in the room when she says Jeffrey Epstein sexually assaulted her, she replies: "Ghislaine Maxwell."
 
In reply to @KlasfeldReports
Judge Nathan just instructed the courtroom sketch artists not to depict her.
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
Reminder: The U.S. Attorney's office has requested that reporters observe journalism ethics norms not to ID people who say they're survivors of sexual assault. "Jane" just said that she was sexually assaulted by Epstein "more than once" when she was 14 years old.
 
Good afternoon from New York.

The government just called the witness known by the pseudonym "Jane." Her story loomed large during the prosecution's opening statement.

Epstein's pilot remembered her as the girl with the "piercing powder blue eyes."

lawandcrime.com/live-trials/gh…
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
Judge Nathan just instructed the courtroom sketch artists not to depict her.
 
Good afternoon from New York.

The government just called the witness known by the pseudonym "Jane." Her story loomed large during the prosecution's opening statement.

Epstein's pilot remembered her as the girl with the "piercing powder blue eyes."

lawandcrime.com/live-trials/gh…
'Dangerous Predators': Prosecutor Opens Long-Anticipated Trial of Ghislaine Maxwell with a Tale of 'Jane' and Jeffrey Epstein
lawandcrime.com
 
Adam Klasfeld Retweeted ·  
Not really FISHY at all. Federal court never allows live streams (though they should). Be sure to follow @KlasfeldReports who will cover every detail.
 
In reply to @KlasfeldReports
Service advisory: I will not be live-tweeting the morning session. However, I will continue to do so regularly, including in the afternoon, and I'll loop back to what happened in the morning later in the day.
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
And to answer an FAQ asked frequently about this trial: Federal court proceedings are not televised. That's why you're not seeing an audio or visual record of it inside the courtroom.
 
In reply to @KlasfeldReports
So far during direct examination, there has been no mention of some of the more famous passengers on that plane. We'll see if that continues to be true over the course of his testimony.
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
Service advisory: I will not be live-tweeting the morning session. However, I will continue to do so regularly, including in the afternoon, and I'll loop back to what happened in the morning later in the day.
 
In reply to @KlasfeldReports
During part of pilot Larry Visoski's testimony, he led jurors through detailed description of Epstein's properties. Like the pool of his Palm Beach property. pic.twitter.com/1ALa7XyTPj
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
So far during direct examination, there has been no mention of some of the more famous passengers on that plane. We'll see if that continues to be true over the course of his testimony.
 
Good morning from New York.

Some exhibits were entered into evidence yesterday during Day 1 in the sex trafficking trial of Ghislaine Maxwell.

Epstein's pilot, who took the stand yesterday, continues testifying this morning.

ICYMI: lawandcrime.com/live-trials/gh… pic.twitter.com/6Z9DFR9WNt
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
During part of pilot Larry Visoski's testimony, he led jurors through detailed description of Epstein's properties. Like the pool of his Palm Beach property.
 
Good morning from New York.

Some exhibits were entered into evidence yesterday during Day 1 in the sex trafficking trial of Ghislaine Maxwell.

Epstein's pilot, who took the stand yesterday, continues testifying this morning.

ICYMI: lawandcrime.com/live-trials/gh…
 
Adam Klasfeld Retweeted ·  
Exploiting the tragedy of people who became victims of criminal pseudo-medical experiments in Auschwitz in a debate about vaccines, pandemic and people who fight for saving human lives is shameful. It is disrespectful to victims & a sad symptom of moral and intellectual decline.
 
"'QAnon Shaman' Recently Sentenced to Prison Now Has a New Lawyer, May Claim Ineffective Assistance of Counsel on Appeal"

ICYMI, @MarisaRSarnoff reports on the hearing sorting out the recent shake-up inside Jacob Chansley's legal team lawandcrime.com/u-s-capitol-si… via @lawcrimenews
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
Legal experts generally agree that such an appeal would be an uphill battle, to put it mildly, for a client who has pleaded guilty. —here, to obstruction of official proceedings in connection with the Jan. 6 breach of the U.S. Capitol.
 
"'QAnon Shaman' Recently Sentenced to Prison Now Has a New Lawyer, May Claim Ineffective Assistance of Counsel on Appeal"

ICYMI, @MarisaRSarnoff reports on the hearing sorting out the recent shake-up inside Jacob Chansley's legal team lawandcrime.com/u-s-capitol-si… via @lawcrimenews
'QAnon Shaman' Recently Sentenced to Prison Now Has a New Lawyer, May Claim Ineffective Assistance of Counsel on Appeal
lawandcrime.com
 
In reply to @KlasfeldReports
Visoski describes the interior of Epstein's NYC mansion in detail, as photos of the properties are entered into evidence and displayed for the jury.
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
The jury has been excused with proceedings ending at 5 p.m., sharp. Direct examination will continue Tuesday morning.
 
In reply to @KlasfeldReports
The witness rattles off Epstein's various properties: the house in Palm Beach, Fla.; the NYC mansion, ranch in Santa Fe, N.M.; and homes in St. Thomas and nearby Little Saint James.
Replying to @KlasfeldReports
Visoski describes the interior of Epstein's NYC mansion in detail, as photos of the properties are entered into evidence and displayed for the jury.
 
 
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