Ghislaine Maxwell thinks witness’s death may save her

Ghislaine Maxwell is reportedly grateful after the death of one of the key witnesses in her case by overdose and thinks it increases her chances of getting off the hook.

The paramour of the late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein believes that the drug-related death of Carolyn Andriano, who testified against Maxwell and helped put her behind bars, might just up her chances of going free according to sources who spoke with the Daily Mail.

Maxwell, who is now 61, is serving 20 years after being convicted on sex trafficking charges, though the former socialite is appealing her sentence.

Andriano, who was 36 and the mother of five, reportedly died from an accidental drug overdose in a Florida hotel room in May. She overdosed on fentanyl and prescription drugs and her death only went public this month.

She was one of four victims whose damning testimony sealed the deal for Maxwell. Andriano claimed that she was drug-free during her testimony against Maxwell in the socialite’s 2021 criminal trial.

“Carolyn’s death could be hugely significant because if Ghislaine is granted the right to a new trial, there will be a huge legal argument about whether Carolyn’s previous testimony is admissible. This has significantly boosted Ghislaine’s chances of gaining her freedom,” a source told the Daily Mail.

“While Ms. Andriano took the stand anonymously – giving powerful testimony that she was groomed by Maxwell at 14 and abused by pedophile Jeffrey Epstein more than 100 times – she waived her anonymity after the case in an interview,” the Daily Mail reported.

“She claimed Prince Andrew’s accuser Virginia Roberts told her about the alleged sexual encounter at the time, as well as showing her the infamous photo of the pair at Maxwell’s London home,” the outlet added.

Prince Andrew reportedly reached an out-of-court settlement of $12 million with Roberts in a US civil case. However, there was no admission of liability. Andrew is still denying all charges against him.

Maxwell’s attorneys will attempt to capitalize off the death of Andriano to help their client win her appeal. It is set to be heard in court as early as December.

“There is no doubt Carolyn had a tragic life. She was abused by Epstein and other men. Her drug use could become a huge issue. She claimed to be sober when she gave evidence. It’s significant because at least one of the jurors said her testimony convinced them to convict Ghislaine,” the source told the Daily Mail.

“I’m not ashamed at being a victim of Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell,” Adriano said when she testified.

“For other girls that have been victimized, I want them to know that it is OK to come out and tell somebody – even if you don’t want to be identified – and the sooner the better,” she stated during her emotional testimony.

“While on the witness stand, Adriano detailed her past struggles with drug abuse and how she was sexually abused by a relative at a young age,” the Daily Mail reported.

Her ongoing substance abuse and the struggle to beat it eventually led to her death, according to investigators.


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