• Ghislaine Maxwell met two of her lawyers on August 28 at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, court documents reveal
  • Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged madam saw her lawyers for three hours, compared to one hour for usual visits, Daily Mail.com can disclose
  • The prison suspended in-person visits seven months ago due the pandemic and typically inmates are only allowed to have a visit with one lawyer 
  • While it was previously reported that Maxwell was the first inmate to receive a visit, another prisoner got a visit the day before on August 27
  • The disclosure raises questions about whether Maxwell is being given preferential treatment while she awaits trial 
  • Sean Hecker, who is involved in the case against the Bureau of Prisons, called the visit ‘absurd and unjust’ 
  • Maxwell, 58, is being held at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn as she awaits trial on sex trafficking charges