Virginia Giuffre, certainly one of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged intercourse trafficking victims, is talking out following Ghislaine Maxwell’s responsible verdict.
On Wednesday, Dec. 29, the late financier’s girlfriend was convicted of federal intercourse trafficking expenses and discovered responsible of serving to Epstein sexually abuse teenage ladies. Giuffre, 38, didn’t testify throughout Maxwell’s trial, which targeted on acts towards 4 different individuals, however later took to Twitter to voice her ideas on the end result.
“My soul yearned for justice for years and immediately the jury gave me simply that. I’ll keep in mind this present day all the time,” she tweeted. “Having lived with the horrors of Maxwell’s abuse, my coronary heart goes out to the various different ladies and younger ladies who suffered at her fingers and whose lives she destroyed.”
Giuffre added, “I hope that immediately just isn’t the top however relatively one other step in justice being served. Maxwell didn’t act alone. Others should be held accountable. I’ve religion that they are going to be.”
Maxwell, 60, was accused of recruiting and grooming 4 teenage ladies between 1994 and 2004 for convicted intercourse offender Epstein, a convicted intercourse offender who died in 2019 in jail whereas awaiting his personal intercourse abuse trial.