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Former Reddit CEO says she 'knew' Ghislaine Maxwell was 'supplying underage girls for sex'

Pao, who is a lawyer by trade, attended the party in 2011, two years after Epstein had already been convicted of soliciting sex from a minor.

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Former Reddit CEO Ellen Pao has made her Twitter account private after revealing that she attended a party with Jeffrey Epstein's gal pal Ghislaine Maxwell, who was recently arrested in New Hampshire, saying that everyone at the party "knew" that Maxwell was trafficking underage girls.

Pao, who is a lawyer by trade, attended the party in 2011, two years after Epstein had already been convicted of soliciting sex from a minor.

“[Maxwell] was at the Kleiner holiday party in 2011, but I had no desire to meet her much less have a photo taken with her,” said Pao in her tweet. “We knew about her supplying underage girls for sex, but I guess that was fine with the ‘cool’ people who managed the tightly controlled guest list.”

Pao would later clarify her flub, by saying that people didn't know for certain, but that people at the "suspected" her of trafficking children. Pao would later say that her comments "made no difference here and in many other decisions."

Maxwell's lawyer, Steven Hoffenberg, a former employer of Epstein, said that Maxwell will “totally cooperate” with authorities and “knows everything.” He would go on to say that “there's a lot of people very worried” about what Epstein’s ex-girlfriend could reveal.

“She's going to cooperate and be very important. Andrew is definitely, definitely concerned.”

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