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'Maxwell did not act alone': Focus turns to Epstein's famous friends

Virginia Giuffre, for instance, tweeted "I hope that today is not the end but rather another step in justice being served."

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After Ghislaine Maxwell was found guilty on Wednesday of grooming and sexual assault, victims and activists have asked for the spotlight to be shone on other famous individuals who were allegedly caught up in these crimes.

Virginia Giuffre, for instance, tweeted "I hope that today is not the end but rather another step in justice being served." Giuffre has accused Epstein of grooming and then offering her to other famous individuals like Prince Andrew.

"Maxwell did not act alone. Others must be held accountable. I have faith that they will be," she added.

Prince Andrew has denied the allegations against him. Having said this, his disastrous interview with the BBC only provoked more questions into his relationship with Epstein.

Despite this, a number of the documents used in the case, like Maxwell's infamous little black book, have been reportedly sealed by the court.

The little black book which contained the names and contact details of around 2,000 people will be sealed, with only a limited amount of material being released.

Judge Alison Nathan ruled in a Manhattan federal court earlier this month that only portions of the book would be released. Following the trial, it was reported that all documents relating to Jeffrey Epstein's network were ordered sealed by the court.

These names included some members of the Trump family, comedian Chris Tucker, Peter Soros, the nephew of billionaire donor George Soros, singer Courtney Love, Dr. Henry A. Kissinger, a number of people from the Kennedy family, singer Mick Jagger, the Duke and Duchess of York, singer Phil Collins, and more.

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