- Ghislaine Maxwell is sitting in jail in Brooklyn awaiting her first court hearing
- Date has now been set for July 14 at 1pm, and will take place via video link
- Judge and two lawyers will be the only participants, aside from Maxwell herself
- She is facing child sex trafficking charges that could see her jailed for 35 years
Ghislaine Maxwell will appear in court in New York on July 14 at 1pm via videolink from the 'hell-hole' Brooklyn jail where she is currently being held on charges of child sex trafficking.