President Donald Trump's statement wishing Ghislaine Maxwell "well" as she awaits trial on Jeffrey Epstein sex abuse allegations are "odd," the women who accused Prince Andrew says.
The Duke of York's staff were happy with the Jeffrey Epstein interview that led to his resignation from public life but "shocked" at the public backlash, BBC journalist Emily Maitlis reveals.
A viral picture on Twitter showed the socialite and an unidentified man that was assumed to be the President of Operations at the furniture company.
Though Prince Andrew, a friend of disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein, was not seen in any released photos from the event, Buckingham Palace confirmed he walked Princess Beatrice down the aisle.
The Duke of York's official web page has been taken down and now redirects to a section of the royal family site with a link to his resignation statement over Jeffrey Epstein.
While awaiting her Jeffrey Epstein sex abuse trial, Ghislaine Maxwell spends 23 hours each day inside her cell at a "very difficult" jail with a history of abuse and corrupt staff.
Ghislaine Maxwell should not have a cellmate because she is a "target" for other inmates who could be paid to attack her, an ex-warden at her jail tells Newsweek.
The model and television personality continues to be intensely trolled on social media as she and her husband John Legend have been targeted in a bizarre conspiracy about her involvement with Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.
Ghislaine Maxwell pleaded not guilty at her bail hearing Tuesday, as her lawyers maintain that she "vigorously denies the charges, intends to fight them and is entitled to the presumption of innocence."
The Duke of York must tell the FBI what he knows about Jeffrey Epstein or he may never be able to "hold his head up in public again," a royal biographer says.
Ghislaine Maxwell is expecting to learn whether she will be released on bail today after prosecutors described her as an "extreme risk of flight."
The British heiress faces six charges in what the acting U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York has described as the "prequel" to the charges brought against Jeffrey Epstein last year.
We must always thoroughly investigate claims and maintain a basic societal presumption of innocence.
The Duke of York reportedly tried to hire a controversial Trump-linked lobbyist to represent him over his links to Jeffrey Epstein but a source tells Newsweek his lawyers are dismissive of the claims.
Maxwell's anonymous accuser, known as Jane Doe, said Friday that Ghislaine Maxwell is "just as evil as Jeffrey Epstein"
The Duke of York's legal team will be concerned about his long time friend Ghislaine Maxwell entering into a plea deal after her arrest by the FBI, experts tell Newsweek.
She was arrested on July 2 on charges that she conspired with the disgraced financier to sexually abuse minors.
Maxwell's arrest comes nearly a year after the financier, who was facing federal sex trafficking charges, was found dead inside a jail cell.
"She's still here. Ghislaine Maxwell knows everything Epstein," actress Mia Farrow tweeted on Friday, just hours after news broke that financier and accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein died from an apparent suicide in his Manhattan jail cell.
Ghislaine Maxwell was previously accused of soliciting minors for Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse, which she denied.