The lawyers said Virginia Giuffre has lived in Australia since at least 2019 and for much of the past two decades and shouldn't be allowed to sue in U.S. court.
The jury deliberated for two full days last week before adjourning temporarily for the holiday weekend.
The British socialite has been accused of recruiting and grooming underage girls for sexual encounters with Jeffrey Epstein.
Ghislaine Maxwell has been accused of recruiting and grooming underage girls to take part in sexual encounters with the late financier Jeffrey Epstein.
The jury began deliberations in the trial of longtime Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell on Monday.
Just before 5 p.m., the jury was given the case once two prosecutors and a defense lawyer gave their closing argument over a span of six hours.
Queen Elizabeth II is "standing by Andrew" after he told her he is "innocent" amid a Jeffrey Epstein-related sexual assault lawsuit, a royal expert has said.
"Your Honor, the government has not proven its case beyond a reasonable doubt so there is no reason for me to testify," Maxwell said.
Witnesses called to the stand in Maxwell's defense did not seem to provide anything substantial that could overwhelmingly aid the British socialite's case.
Ghislaine Maxwell's defense case against Jeffrey Epstein-related trafficking allegations is due to start but she is reportedly unlikely to testify.
Prince Andrew's team says Virginia Giuffre was over the age of consent in New York when she says he sexually assault her while he was 41 and she was 17.
Prince Andrew's lawyers should not have accused alleged Jeffrey Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre of profiting from her allegations, a royal author told Newsweek.
Experts spoke to Newsweek about the accounts of four women who say they were victims of Maxwell and her friend, Jeffrey Epstein.
Annie Farmer testified Friday that Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein made unwanted sexual contact with her at a New Mexico ranch in 1996.
An attorney in the Ghislaine Maxwell trial became sick and needed medical care, but it's not related to COVID. The trial is put on hold until tomorrow.
Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell are seen relaxing at Queen Elizabeth II's Scottish retreat in an image that will heap further pressure on Prince Andrew.
Prince Andrew's ex-wife Sarah Ferguson told a French magazine "he is a good man" despite allegations he raped a 17-year-old Jeffrey Epstein victim.
"Kate" testified that, like last week's accuser "Jane," she was told Epstein and Maxwell could help her start a music career before the sexual abuse started.
Ghislaine Maxwell's second accuser, who is testifying under the pseudonym Kate, took the stand on Monday.
Ghislaine Maxwell is on trial for allegedly assisting Jeffery Epstein in the sexual abuse of girls as young as 14.
Prosecutors brought a massage table into court as a police officer testified it was taken from the same room in the mansion identified by an accuser this week.
The image has gone viral on social media, with some Twitter users describing the image as "terrifying" and "horrific."
A former house manager for Jeffrey Epstein testified seeing young girls at his employer's house and said he helped pick some of them up from their homes.
The witness "Jane" said that she never changed her story and that her statements with the FBI were never recorded, someone was only "jotting down notes."
"Jane's" testimony came one day after Jeffrey Epstein's longtime pilot placed the former president on his plane.
Ghislaine Maxwell's trial is ongoing and the pilot of Jeffrey Epstein has given testimony, naming several famous people he flew on the private jet.
Lawrence Paul Visoski Jr., who was Jeffrey Epstein's pilot for almost 30 years, has given evidence at the sex trafficking trial of Ghislaine Maxwell.
Ghislaine Maxwell's trial is on the cusp of a pivotal day in court as the defendant's legal team is scheduled to cross-examine a key witness.
Ghislaine Maxwell's trial heard Jeffrey Epstein's powerful friends included Prince Andrew, Donald Trump and Bill Clinton—but an expert says it could backfire.
A woman introduced to the jury as "Jane" testified today that she was sexually abused by Jeffrey Epstein and Maxwell from 1994-1997, starting when she was 14.