Ghislaine Maxwell's testimony in a lawsuit related to her ex-boyfriend Jeffrey Epstein's sexual abuse activities has been made public.
Transcripts of depositions by the British socialite over two days in 2016, amounting to hundreds of pages, are being released after a ruling by a US judge.
She was interviewed by lawyers as part of a civil lawsuit brought against her by one of Epstein's accusers, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who sued Maxwell for defamation after she called her a liar. The case was subsequently settled.
Maxwell is currently in custody on charges that she helped Epstein traffic and sexually abuse teenage girls in the 1990s.
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