• A federal appeal court ruled Monday that a 418-page deposition where Ghislaine Maxwell is interrogated about her sex life must be made public 
  • The Court of Appeal for the Second Circuit in New York found that the British socialite’s argument against its release was ‘meritless’ 
  • The ruling means that the document could be made public within days 
  • This comes after Maxwell’s attorneys fought tooth and nail to keep it private
  • Maxwell’s lawyers have previously said the deposition concerns attempts to ‘compel Ms Maxwell to answer intrusive questions about her sex life’ 
  • They have called the questioning ‘extremely personal, confidential and subject to considerable abuse by the media’