Ghislaine Maxwell 'pretty well,' says her brother

Kevin told a gaggle, "It give me a tremendous sense of relief to be close to her, to be able to actually see her the flesh, even to be able to speak with her thanks to the U.S. marshals who allowed us to talk a bit. And that's the first time that I've spoken to her personally in over 500 days since her pretrial detention started. And to see her looking pretty well, and notwithstanding the conditions of detention, which are now the subject of a formal complaint to the United Nations, a committee on arbitrary detention."

A woman who has accused British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell of grooming her for sexual abuse by financier Jeffrey Epstein when she was 14 years old said that she was seeking "peace and healing" by testifying in Maxwell's criminal trial.

The woman, known by the pseudonym Jane, was pushing back on attempts by Maxwell's attorneys to paint her testimony as unreliable and to argue that she was testifying for financial incentives.

Maxwell has pleaded not guilty and her lawyers have said prosecutors are scapegoating her for Epstein's alleged crimes.

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