The 59-year-old’s trial kicks off Monday in New York
Virginia Roberts Giuffre has been the face of sex trafficking allegations against Jeffrey Epstein for years.
But don’t expect her to testify at the coming sex-trafficking trial of socialite Ghislaine Maxwell.
Maxwell’s trial kicks off Monday in New York. It is expected to last six weeks.
The feds have painted the 59-year-old as the late billionaire’s sexual enabler and groomer of underage women to be abused by the twisted Epstein.
She has pleaded not guilty. If convicted, the publishing heiress faces more than 80 years in prison.
At least four women are slated to testify against Maxwell — three of them have been granted anonymity. Giuffre will not be one of them, despite already naming alleged names in Epstein’s sex-trafficking ring, including Prince Andrew.
It has not been revealed why Giuffre won’t testify. She was famously photographed with the prince and Maxwell in London when she was underage.
Giuffre has said that Maxwell is “pure evil.”
“Epstein was a sick pedophile but Maxwell was the mastermind,” she has alleged.
Another alleged victim added: “We thought she (Maxwell) was Mary Poppins because she acted like she was our friend and had that lovely English accent. But she turned out to be a monster in designer clothing. She lured us in. She knew exactly what she was doing. I hope she rots in hell.”
One of the alleged victims claims she was sexually assaulted by Maxwell when she was just 14.
No allegations of wrongdoing against Maxwell have been proven in court. Prosecutors alleged that Maxwell groomed four victims when they were minors between 1994 and 2004.
The alleged victims have accused Epstein and Maxwell of pimping them out to wealthy and powerful men, including Prince Andrew, Alan Dershowitz, former New Mexico governor Bill Richardson, and MC2 model agency cofounder Jean-Luc Brunel.
The men have strenuously denied the allegations.