Epstein had photo of Ghislaine Maxwell naked and PREGNANT at his paedo mansion, accuser tells sex trafficking trial

ONE of Ghislaine Maxwell's accusers claims she saw a photo of the socialite naked and PREGNANT at Jeffrey Epstein's mansion.

The alleged victim, using the pseudonym Carolyn, told the court in New York that Maxwell was "nude and pregnant" in the picture.

Ghislaine, 59, is not known to have ever had children and no further details were given about the alleged pregnancy in court yesterday.

The socialite is accused of having "served up" young girls for ex-lover Epstein to abuse and also allegedly taking part in some of the attacks – allegations she denies.

The jury was shown images from Epstein's Manhattan home during the testimony of FBI analyst Kimberly Meder who identified the pictures found during a 2019 raid following his arrest.

Under cross-examination she said she did not know if the images had been altered digitally.

Other pictures shown in court were siezed during a raid on Epstein's property in Palm, Beach Florida – which Maxwell was in charge of running, the court heard.

The jury has been told Maxwell and Epstein had been in a relationship but remained "the best of friends" after they split.

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Prosecutors have described them as being "partners in crime" in the abuse of young women and girls.

Other images, including one that appears to be a nude picture of Maxwell, were shown to the jury on Monday.

Another showed the socialite kissing Epstein while a second showed her giving the millionaire a foot rub.

The cache of digital photos found on CDs also includes images of two of Maxwell's accusers.

They are depicted in various states of undress, prosecutors say.

The pictures also show several areas of Epstein’s eight-storey New York mansion, including the massage room where he allegedly sexually abused girls.

Prosecutors have said the financier's abuse of teen victims began as massages which he used as a ruse to get girls to touch him.

During the raid, a large safe containing more CDs, cash, computer hard drives, diamonds and passports was found.

The court also heard that FBI agents found a Word document, also created by using the name 'gmax', which has been linked to Maxwell, that described the defendant's relationship with Epstein.


It read: "Jeffrey and Ghislaine have been together, a couple, for the last 11 years.

"They are, contrary to what many people think, rarely apart. I almost always see them together."

It continued: "Ghislaine is highly intelligent and great company with a ready smile and an infectious laugh, will always put one at one's ease and always makes one feel welcome.

"Jeffrey and Ghislaine share many mutual interests and they have a lot of fun together. Jeffrey and Ghislaine compliment each other really well and I can't imagine one without the other.

"On top of being partners, they are also the best of friends."

Another Word document, allegedly created by Maxwell, was an ad written in 2001 for "massage therapists."

It read: "Help wanted. Are you a massage therapist? Work in Palm Beach home. Excellent pay. Mostly weekends. Please call 351-1000. Leave message."

The Charges

GHISLAINE Maxwell faces six charges over her alleged involvement with Jeffrey Epstein:

  • Conspiracy to entice minors to travel to engage in illegal sex act
  • Enticement of a minor to travel to engage in illegal sex
  • Conspiracy to transport minors with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity
  • Transportation of a minor with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity
  • Sex trafficking conspiracy
  • Sex trafficking of a minor

FBI agents left the house to obtain a warrant for the safe, but when they returned four days later everything was gone, the court heard.

The items were later returned in two suitcases by one of Epstein’s lawyers and the safe was later found buried in a closet.

The video and pictures were taken during a search of the Palm Beach mansion – dubbed the "House of Sin" – during a 2005 investigation.

Prosecutors claim the interior of Epstein's mansion is proof of a sexualised atmosphere encouraged by Maxwell to put pressure on the alleged victims.

The home contained a now-famous photo of Maxwell lying on a beach and above it there is a framed portrait of her hanging on the wall.

The evidence was presented over the objection of Maxwell's lawyer who said it was an attempt to unfairly depict the house as a "domicile of debauchery".

Elsewhere in the mansion, you can see paintings of nude women hanging on the wall – with a bare bum visible in one and two naked females lying on a bed in the other.


A photo of a seemingly naked woman is also seen hanging on a door between the two sketches.

Convicted sex offender Epstein killed himself while awaiting trial for further sex trafficking charges in August 2019.

Maxwell was arrested in July 2020 – and has been held in prison ever since as she was deemed a flight risk.

She faces six charges of sexual abuse and trafficking – allegations she denies.

The British socialite also faces two other charges of perjury over allegations she lied in a deposition in a separate civil suit, but these will be tried separately.

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