LAWYERS for Ghislaine Maxwell want to keep sensitive evidence from the public ahead of her trial — including any naked photos and “sexualised” videos.
Court papers lodged by attorneys for the British socialite, accused of procuring girls for billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, listed material they believe should remain private.
They said “highly confidential information” included “nude, partially-nude, or otherwise sexualised images, videos or depictions of individuals.”
A judge will rule later.
Maxwell, 58, was arrested earlier this month at a sprawling New Hampshire mansion.
Epstein killed himself in a Manhattan jail cell while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges
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