Prosecutors Give Insane Offer To Ghislaine Maxwell

( Ghislaine Maxwell, the former partner of dead millionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, was recently found guilty of five federal sex trafficking charges in a highly-publicized and long-awaited trial in a Manhattan federal court – and now, federal prosecutors have announced that the federal government will dismiss two perjury charges against her if the charges stand.

According to a report by NBC News, prosecutors sent a letter to United States District Judge Alison Nathan to advise that the perjury counts be dismissed, citing the “significant interests” of the victims in bringing the matter to an end and preventing those victims from testifying once more.

By January 19, Maxwell’s attorneys will be required to make their case for the conviction to be overturned. After that, prosecutors will be able to respond to the argument by February 2. Maxwell’s lawyers are expected to argue that the jury was compromised, after it was revealed that one juror – a man from New York – was sexually abused as a child and spoke to other members of the jury about his experience.

He told news outlets after Maxwell’s conviction that when he shared that information about his past, he was able to bring other jurors around o the “memory aspect of sexual abuse. Attorneys representing Maxwell said that it constituted a “compelling bias” and that the conviction should be overturned with a new trial granted.

It seems like a long shot, but it’s still unclear whether Maxwell is destined to go to another trial. It all depends on how the juror who experience sexual abuse answered questions during the jury selection process – and how the judge rules in February.