Analysis: Maxwell pleads not guilty to new charges

Ghislaine Maxwell faced her trial judge in person for the first time Friday as lawyers squabbled over exactly when she should be tried on sex trafficking charges that allege that she procured teenage girls for Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse. (April 23)

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LARRY NEUMEISTER: This hearing was for her to enter a plea to a superseding indictment that was brought last month in which prosecutors added a sex trafficking conspiracy charge and a sex trafficking charge. Her lawyers have claimed that while she's been in jail, she's lost weight, she's been treated poorly, her health was deteriorating.

But when she came into court today, she looked physically OK. She had dark black hair. There wasn't anything to show that she had health issues or physical problems.