Maxwell’s Lawyer Claims Prince Andrew Couldn’t Fit in Bathtub Alleged for Sex with Giuffre

Maxwell’s Lawyer Claims Prince Andrew Couldn’t Fit in Bathtub Alleged for Sex with Giuffre

Legal Defense Challenges Alleged Encounter

Ghislaine Maxwell’s lawyer disputes Virginia Giuffre’s claims about Prince Andrew, citing the impracticality of fitting in a small London bathtub for sex.

Unsealed Documents from 2015 Lawsuit

Newly released court documents from a 2015 lawsuit between Maxwell and Giuffre shed light on the ongoing dispute, revealing Maxwell’s lawyer’s stance against Giuffre’s allegations.

Size of Bathtub Key in Discrediting Allegations

Philip Barden, Maxwell’s lawyer, argues that the size of the bathtub in Maxwell’s London residence makes it impossible for Prince Andrew to have engaged in the described activities, further challenging the validity of Giuffre’s claims.

Broader Implications in the Epstein Saga

The released documents also touch on various aspects of the Epstein scandal, including allegations involving former President Donald Trump and the atmosphere at Epstein’s island estate.

Accusations and Counterclaims

Sarah Ransome, an Epstein victim, described the coercive environment on Little St James Island, emphasizing the pressure to maintain a certain weight and the control exerted by Epstein and Maxwell over the victims.

Demand for Transparency

The public release of these documents follows requests from media outlets and individuals involved in the Epstein case, seeking greater transparency from the court.

However, the court did not disclose the names of the previously protected individuals, leaving some aspects undisclosed.

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