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Ghislaine Maxwell: Judge upholds sex trafficking conviction

Ghislaine Maxwell was convicted last year of helping Jeffrey Epstein sexually abuse girls for years. The British socialite called for a new trial after it was revealed that a juror failed to disclose their past abuse.

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