EXCLUSIVE: Ghislaine Maxwell took snaps of topless young girls as a hobby and kept them in a photo album at Epstein's Florida mansion, where she also had collection of sex toys and a kinky shiny black costume, former butler claims

Ghislaine Maxwell allegedly took snaps of topless young girls as a 'hobby' and kept them in a photo album at pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's Florida mansion, shocking unearthed court documents reveal.
A witness also claimed Maxwell kept a collection of sex toys in a closet at the $22 million property in Palm Beach and detectives searching the home found a purple 'Jelly A**l Wand' and 'double ended' dildo.
Maxwell, 58, currently faces trial over criminal child sex trafficking charges in New York, having been accused of procuring girls as young as 14 for Epstein to abuse.
The former British socialite has pleaded not guilty and has denied any wrongdoing.
A judge last week ordered the unsealing of a vast tranche of documents related to Maxwell and Epstein from a defamation case brought by Epstein victim Virginia Roberts Giuffre in 2015.
Judge Loretta Preska said that 80 documents - which will run to hundreds of pages - should be made public within a week.
The documents could include details about Maxwell’s sex life that her lawyers have previously tried to stop from being released, relating to a seven-hour, 418-page deposition Maxwell gave that her legal team said was ‘extremely personal, confidential’.
Ghislaine Maxwell allegedly took snaps of topless young girls as a 'hobby' and kept them in a photo album at pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's Florida mansion, shocking unearthed court documents reveal
A witness also claimed Maxwell kept a collection of sex toys in a closet at the $22 million property in Palm Beach and detectives searching the home found a purple 'Jelly A**l Wand' and 'double ended' dildo
A witness also claimed Maxwell kept a collection of sex toys in a closet at the $22 million property in Palm Beach and detectives searching the home found a purple 'Jelly A**l Wand' and 'double ended' dildo

Among the original documents which were unsealed in 2018 was the eye witness account of Epstein's former maintenance worker and butler, Juan Alessi. Alessi told Roberts' lawyers in a sworn deposition that Maxwell had an album full of photos of young girls including some who were topless
Among the original documents which were unsealed in 2018 was the eye witness account of Epstein's former maintenance worker and butler, Juan Alessi. Alessi told Roberts' lawyers in a sworn deposition that Maxwell had an album full of photos of young girls including some who were topless
Ghislaine Maxwell allegedly topless in Epstein wall art
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The documents filed on Monday also claim prosecutors may have 'Highly Confidential Information', which includes 'nude, partially-nude, or otherwise sexualized images, videos, or other depictions of individuals.'
Among the original documents which were unsealed in 2018 was the eye witness account of Epstein's former maintenance worker and butler, Juan Alessi.
Alessi told Roberts' lawyers in a sworn deposition that Maxwell had an album full of photos of young girls including some who were topless.
‘She had an album full of photographs of people, young girls,' he said in the 2016 deposition. 'And I remember that she had. Like a hobby... It was some girls were topless [sic], taking the sun.’
Juan Alessi, 70, (pictured) worked for Epstein from 1990 to 2002. He claimed that ‘probably over 100’ alleged massage therapists came to Epstein's Palm Beach home
Juan Alessi, 70, (pictured) worked for Epstein from 1990 to 2002. He claimed that ‘probably over 100’ alleged massage therapists came to Epstein's Palm Beach home
Maxwell shared her alleged twisted hobby for nude 'art' with pedophile Epstein who had photos of naked girls and women - including Maxwell - plastered all over his mansion.
Alessi also claimed in his deposition that he discovered sex toys including a 'double-ended dildo' in the massage room of Epstein's Palm Beach mansion.
The 70-year-old, who worked for Epstein from 1990 to 2002, claimed that ‘probably over 100’ alleged massage therapists came to Epstein's Palm Beach home.
According to excerpts of a 2005 police report, also seen by DailyMail.com, undercover officers had Epstein's property under surveillance in April that year.
On October 3, 2005 one officer was at the now infamous 358 El Brillo address in Palm Beach and observed a sanitation worker removing trash, according to the document obtained by DailyMail.com.
The officer then followed the worker and pulled his truck over, seizing the trash he'd collected and taking it to the Palm Beach Police Department to sift through it.
'Inside one of the white in color bags, I located a broken piece of hard plastic and clear acrylic stick, which was shaped with small ridges. This device is commonly used as a sexual toy,' he wrote in the report. 
According to excerpts of a 2005 police report, also seen by DailyMail.com, undercover officers had Epstein's property under surveillance in April that year
According to excerpts of a 2005 police report, also seen by DailyMail.com, undercover officers had Epstein's property under surveillance in April that year
On October 3, 2005 one officer was at the now infamous 358 El Brillo address in Palm Beach and observed a sanitation worker removing trash, according to the document obtained by DailyMail.com.
On October 3, 2005 one officer was at the now infamous 358 El Brillo address in Palm Beach and observed a sanitation worker removing trash, according to the document obtained by DailyMail.com.
In another excerpt from the same report the officer said he searched online to identify the 'purple item' he retrieved from the trash pull. 
'The item was similar in description as the one described by (ANONYMOUS EPSTEIN VICTIM) and used by Epstein,' he wrote.
The officer contacted a sex toy retailer called spicygear.com and sent the owner a photo of the item.
'He identified the items as a Jelly A**l Wand of some sort,' the documents state. 'The item is easily available at sex shops in South Florida.'
Epstein victim Roberts sued Maxwell in 2015 for defamation because Maxwell accused her of lying.
In court filings Roberts said that Maxwell recruited her and other girls into a sex trafficking ring for ‘politically connected and financially powerful people’.
In her lawsuit Roberts claimed that ‘massage’ was a code word for sex used by Maxwell and Epstein.
'I would find things like a dildo, it's called a double. I hate to say it because these ladies. But I find these things, put my gloves on, took it out and rinse it, and put it in Ms. Maxwell's closet,' Alessi allegedly told the lawyers in 2016. 
‘Because I knew that’s where they were kept.’
The then-maintenance man also claims he saw a 'shiny black costume' in Maxwell's closet that he believed was used for sex.

Alessi gave an interview in May claiming that Prince Andrew attended naked pool parties at Epstein’s ‘House of Sin’ and was a regular guest and recipient of massages from underage girls at the Palm Beach mansion
Alessi gave an interview in May claiming that Prince Andrew attended naked pool parties at Epstein’s ‘House of Sin’ and was a regular guest and recipient of massages from underage girls at the Palm Beach mansion
Alessi also claimed in his deposition that he discovered sex toys including a 'double-ended dildo' in the massage room of Epstein's Palm Beach mansion
Alessi also claimed in his deposition that he discovered sex toys including a 'double-ended dildo' in the massage room of Epstein's Palm Beach mansion
Alessi allegedly told the lawyers in 2016. ‘Because I knew that’s where they were kept.’ The then-maintenance man also claims he saw a 'shiny black costume' in Maxwell's closet that he believed was used for sex
Alessi allegedly told the lawyers in 2016. ‘Because I knew that’s where they were kept.’ The then-maintenance man also claims he saw a 'shiny black costume' in Maxwell's closet that he believed was used for sex
Now 36, mother-of-three Roberts lives in Australia and goes by her married name Virginia Giuffre.
The defamation case was settled in 2017 for an undisclosed sum but media organizations sued for documents in the case to be made public.
The infamous Palm Beach property has now been listed for sale for $22 million as part of the sell-off of the late pedophile billionaire's assets by his estate, which recently opened a compensation fund for his alleged victims.
Alessi gave an interview in May claiming that Prince Andrew attended naked pool parties at Epstein’s ‘House of Sin’ and was a regular guest and recipient of massages from underage girls at the Palm Beach mansion.
The former handyman told UK newspaper The Mirror that the pool would often be full of naked women, but they would put their clothes on when they came in the house.
In 2005 Alessi also gave a sworn statement to Palm Beach Police that Andrew ‘spent weeks with us’ and slept in the main guest bedroom, ‘the blue room’, of the Palm Beach residence.
In his May interview, Alessi said he met Prince Andrew twice at Epstein's mansion and he never saw the Duke of York taking part in any improper sex acts, but told the newspaper that the prince should speak to the FBI.
‘Ghislaine should face justice. I hope they get her. I hope Prince Andrew, as a father himself, does the right thing too,' he said.
Alessi added that he was tasked with paying some of the women.
Virginia Roberts on Maxwell arrest: 'Prince Andrew should panic'
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Now 36, mother-of-three Roberts lives in Australia and goes by her married name Virginia Giuffre. The defamation case was settled in 2017 for an undisclosed sum but media organizations sued for documents in the case to be made public
Now 36, mother-of-three Roberts lives in Australia and goes by her married name Virginia Giuffre. The defamation case was settled in 2017 for an undisclosed sum but media organizations sued for documents in the case to be made public
‘I used to go to the bank, withdraw $10,000,’ he said. ‘I’d pay them out of petty cash and fill out a receipt. I wish I’d known what they were really being paid for. He swore them to secrecy, threatened them if they ever told.’
Alessi also said that Roberts secretly visited him a few months ago and explained to the former butler what had happened to her.
He claims to have challenged his former employer on one occasion and is glad that he has broken his silence on Epstein, who he calls a coward.
The probe into Epstein in 2005 started when a woman from West Palm Beach claimed her 14-year-old daughter had been lured to the mansion and ordered to strip to her underwear while she massaged Epstein.
The financier ultimately pleaded guilty to a single charge of soliciting an under-age prostitute under a sweetheart deal that saw him serve just 13 months in prison and required him to register as a sex offender.
Everything resurfaced in 2018 when the Miami Herald published a report about the plea deal, sparking an onslaught of allegations that led to Epstein being charged again last summer.
He died by apparent suicide in his Manhattan jail cell on August 10 while awaiting trial.
EXCLUSIVE: Ghislaine Maxwell took snaps of topless young girls as a hobby and kept them in a photo album at Epstein's Florida mansion, where she also had collection of sex toys and a kinky shiny black costume, former butler claims EXCLUSIVE: Ghislaine Maxwell took snaps of topless young girls as a hobby and kept them in a photo album at Epstein's Florida mansion, where she also had collection of sex toys and a kinky shiny black costume, former butler claims Reviewed by Your Destination on July 29, 2020 Rating: 5

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