Ghislaine Maxwell, recently convicted of trafficking children for sexual purposes, says she will no longer try and protect the identity of individuals who allegedly had sex with girls she and Jeffery Epstein brought them.
Maxwell's lawyer Laura Menninger wrote in a letter on Wednesday, "After careful review of the detailed objections submitted by Non-Party Does 17, 53, 54, 55, 73, 93, and 151, counsel for Ghislaine Maxwell writes to inform the Court that she does not wish to further address those objections."
According to the New York Post, "...the eight names stem from a 2015 civil lawsuit from Virginia Giuffre." Giuffre is one of the many victims of Epstein and Maxwell that had come forward to publicly accuse them.
Giuffre has also publicly accused Britain's Prince Andrew of being one of the men who violated her when she was still underage, along with many other prominent public figures.
The Post also reported on Wednesday that a motion to dismiss the case launched by Giuffre against Prince Andrew was struck down by a federal judge sitting in a Manhattan court. The suit had originally been filed on Aug 10 2021.
Ghislaine is now facing up to 80 years in prison for her crimes.